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Donate a Gift for Moms at the Milwaukee Women’s Center
Donate a Gift for Moms at the Milwaukee Women’s Center
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Date/Time
Friday, May 10th, 2013
5:00 pm - 6:30 pm

Location
Pick 'n Save - Midtown Center

Join Jammin’ 98.3, Two Men and a Truck and Midtown Center in making sure that all moms have a Happy Mother’s Day.  Donate creature comfort items that will be given to women staying at the Milwaukee Women’s Center on Mother’s Day.

The purpose of the “Movers for Moms” program is to recognize those moms living in shelters this Mother’s Day by arranging delivery of small gifts for women who are victims of domestic abuse or homelessness.

Stop by the Pick ‘n Save at Midtown Center on Friday, May 10 between 5pm-6:30pm to donate the following items:

• Body wash
• Slippers/slipper socks
• Toothpaste/toothbrushes
• Deodorant
• Bar soap
• Shampoo
• Perfume/cologne
• Lip gloss
• Lotion
• Mouthwash/dental floss

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