Help Out “Sue’s House”

This posting comes from Charlotte Lipson.

Christina S Little

Yesterday I visited “Sue’s House,” a project of Community of Hope, with
Nicole Martinez, Executive Director.  This is a lovely 4 bedroom house near
NMSU which will house four homeless women as soon as workmen complete final
touches.  The house is lovely, beautifully carpeted with a modern kitchen
and new major appliances including washer and dryer.  Many furnishings are
still needed:. Can you help with:

dishes, glasses, pots, silverware, utensils, small appliances bed linens and
towels bedroom furniture: chests, night tables, chairs mirrors landscaping
cleaning products personal care items such as soap, shampoo, lotion,
sunscreen, toothpaste and brushes

The living room already has a sofa and “Lazboy” type chair but could use
more upholstered furniture and occasional tables.

If you can contribute items (or $$$) please call Nicole at 523-2219 and find
out when and where you can deliver the items or have them picked up.

We all have TOO MUCH STUFF.  Do we really need all those sheets and towels
and pots and pans?!

Thank you!


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About Matt-HRjjamativaTatarthamaitri

Grew up in central PA, been around the block as a "survivor", helped design and manage "The Made With Love Cafe and Grill" (a post-Katrina relief camp/kitchen in the lower 9th ward NOLA), been homeless in Las Cruces for 6 years and a Camp Outreach Coordinator for the Mesilla Valley Community of Hope Homeless services agency for almost a year now also helping to manage the Camp Hope Project, Newly transitioned out of homelessness as of September 2013, THE WORK CONTINUES!

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