Hope 4 the Holidays: Donate now

Published On: Dec 06 2013 10:33:59 AM EST
Updated On: Dec 10 2013 12:17:53 PM EST

Live in the D's Karen Drew looks at how we want you to help us provide Hope 4 The Holidays.

DETROIT -

Local 4’s "Live In The D" is partnering up with Bob Evans to provide "Hope 4 The Holidays" to the men, women and children who receive service at Grace Centers of Hope.

Grace Centers of Hope is Oakland County's largest and oldest faith-based outreach to homeless and disadvantaged individuals and families. On “Live In The D” we are dedicated to highlighting the good of metro Detroit and those who make a difference in everyday lives.

WATCH: Hope 4 the Holidays: Bob Evans collects items

Now we hope you will help Local 4 and Bob Evans make a difference this holiday season by donating to Grace Centers of Hope.

WATCH: Hope 4 the Holidays: Grace Centers of Hope

Please take a look at the items needed below and drop them off at the Bob Evans locations in Madison Heights or Waterford between Monday, Dec. 9 through Friday, Dec. 13.

Donations can also be made at Grace Centers of Hope in Pontiac.

WATCH: Grace Centers of Hope changes lives

GIFT CARDS

Gift Cards from Home Depot

Gift Cards from Meijer’s

Gift Cards from Target

Gift Cards from Wal-Mart

Gift Cards from Costco or Sam’s Club

Gift Cards from Staples or Office Max

TOILETRIES

Kleenex

Toilet Paper

Feminine Products

Men’s & Women’s Deodorant

Men’s & Women’s Razors

Laundry Detergent (powder)

Chapstick

Toothbrush & Tooth Paste

Shampoo

Lotion

CLOTHING (new)

Men’s & Women’s underwear

Women’s Bras

Men’s & Women’s socks

Men’s undershirts

Men’s & Women’s hats and gloves

Children’s socks

Children’s underwear

Boy’s & Girl’s Tennis Shoes

Winter Coats (can be used)

OTHER

Twin Bed Sheets

Bath Towels

New Pillows

Pillow Cases

Wash Clothes

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