Christian City seeking community help for ‘critically needed’ items

Tue, 02/06/2007 - 4:34pm
By: The Citizen

Christian City, a nonprofit, nondenominational, organization serving abandoned and neglected children as well as seniors, the elderly and the infirm, is calling on the community for help.

The following is a list of “critical needs” for the Home for Children:
• Toilet paper
• Breakfast cereal that kids like: Kix, Frosted Wheats etc.
• Soap: bars, liquid, kitchen dishwashing, laundry
• Shampoo and conditioner
• Feminine products
• Blow dryers
• School lunch items that are individually packaged (juice boxes, LunchMates, etc.)
• Gift cards from local grocery store
• Gift cards to local fast food places
• Gift cards to Blockbuster

Christian City, located in Union City, relies on community support to meet the needs of the children in its care.

To make a donation, become a volunteer or for more information on Christian City’s Home for Children, contact Phil Kouns, vice president of children’s services, 770-703-2641.

For more information on Christian City and its ministries, go to or call 770-703-2636.

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