Hannah’s Socks and Lucas County Early Head Start are partnering to distribute infant and toddler socks to families in the community.
Both programs aim to help people affected by homelessness and poverty. Hannah’s Socks is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping people affected by homelessness, poverty, and domestic abuse in Ohio and Southeast Michigan. It collects and donates new socks and undergarments to those in need through shelter homes, public schools, and direct distribution.
The Early Head Start partner agencies are meeting with Hannah’s Socks to pick up 13,000 pairs of socks at 9:30 a.m. March 19 at the storage facility at 25581 Fort Meigs Rd. in Perrysburg, near Levis Commons.
Representatives from each of the Early Head Start partner organizations will be present at the event. From there, the providers will distribute new socks to families enrolled in Early Head Start and other programs at the agencies.
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