Pyjama & Stuffed Toy Drive, News (Woodstock Wildcats)

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Pyjama & Stuffed Toy Drive
Submitted By Woodstock Wildcats on Friday, December 7, 2018
Power of HOPE Community Organization Helping Other People Everyday

The Atom A team is pleased to announce that they have partnered with the Oxford County Chapter of the Power of HOPE organization http://powerofhopeontario.ca/.  
 
This organization collects items for women and children and gives them to the Children's aid Society and DASO (Domestic Abuse Services Oxford).

The Power of Hope needs the following:  
new pajamas size newborn up to adult XL (for some of the teen boys)
stuffed animals (no battery operated toys)
toiletry items (toothbrushes, hairbrushes, shampoo, deodorant)
towels and face cloths
slippers and socks
hats, gloves and scarves
All items should be new and unopened.  Typically there is a shortfall of items geared towards the teenage age group.  
 
The girls are gathering items for the Power of Hope.  The items will be collected at our game vs. Stratford  on Wednesday December 12, 6PM at the Woodstock Civic Centre.   

We would love for our fans to bring a little something to the game as well.  

We look forward to seeing you at the rink!

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