A big “thank you” and much appreciation to all of those who have donated to the Ann Arbor homeless shelter. I would also like to say that I hope everyone had a safe and happy Thanksgiving! Below is a list (in no special order) of the growing number of people who have helped us with donations so far. A Gracious thank you to “Meijer’s Store” on Jackson Road in Ann Arbor Michigan for their super-generous donation of a $250.00 Gift Certificate to be spent on items for the homeless shelter! Special thanks to manager “Bonnie” for her efforts in making this possible! A terrific thank you to Gina D. Activity Director at University Living Assisted Living, Ann Arbor for helping out with collections for the shelter from residents, family and friends at U.L.! Thanks Gina!
A big thanks to my friend Kim A. for donating that beautiful child’s bicycle to one lucky little girl!!! Another great big thank you to my friend Kim A. for all of the great donations she and her family have given to the shelter! Thanks so much to my friend Cynthia H. from St. Josephs R.C. Church in Dexter for her generous contributions of new blankets! Much thanks and appreciation for the wonderful pillows from K-Mart courtesy of Roger L. Manager! A big thank you to my Friends from St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church/Chelsea MI.: Marie, Lana, Tish. Those from the Dexter Senior Center: Valerie, Dee, All of the member’s of the center who have given so much! The Ann Arbor Convention Bureau: Elke and those who have donated.
A big thank you Debbie L.D. from the Ypsilanti Convention Bureau and all the gal’s there who have helped to make this project possible. A big thank you to Debbie Tenzer from D1NT for posting the shelter’s wish list on her site doonenicething.com! Another big thank you to Ele K. for offering to swing by the shelter with some donations!!!
Thank you to my family and much thanks to all of those who have helped out and continue to help out, I apologize if I missed anyone but I am pretty certain I covered all. Thanks to all of your generosity, the homeless will be covered this cold winter.