PCC / News / November 28, 2012

ASPCC, Coffee Creek join forces to provide socks for charities

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ASPCC is supporting Coffee Creek Correctional Facility’s Seventh Annual Sock Drive. The sock drive is a service-learning project for inmate students involved in PCC’s educational programs at Coffee Creek.

Last year, the campaign collected 4,500 pairs of pairs of socks and this year’s goal is 5,000.

Last year, the campaign collected 4,500 pairs of pairs of socks and this year’s goal is 5,000.

The students learn about homelessness and its causes, while collecting new socks to help local shelters.  Last year, the campaign collected 4,500 pairs of pairs of socks and this year’s goal is 5,000. Coffee Creek is partnering with four local agencies: Loaves and Fishes (provides meals for seniors); My Father’s Heart (a day shelter and community room for homeless adults); Good Neighbor Center (Washington County’s only shelter for homeless families); and p:ear (helps homeless youth).

The deadline to drop off donations of new socks is 5, p.m., Friday, Dec. 14. Contact your local ASPCC office for donation locations.

Where to go:

  • Cascade Campus – Room 03, Student Center. (971) 722-5188.
  • Rock Creek Campus – Room 128, Building 3. (971) 722-7379.
  • Southeast Center – Room 151, Mt. Tabor Hall. (971) 722-6117.
  • Sylvania Campus – Room 101, College Center Building. (971) 722-4361.

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x by Max Macias 1 year ago

This is so wonderful. Thank you!

x by Sharon Hayes 1 year ago

Socks is great, because feet get cold to.