Christian City calls on community with needs

Wed, 02/13/2008 - 10:16am
By: The Citizen

Christian City, a nonprofit, nondenominational organization serving less fortunate and neglected children as well as seniors, the elderly and the infirm, is calling on the community for financial donations, gift cards and pantry items. The following is a list of needs for the Home for Children/Children's Village: Cereal; batteries (AA, AAA, C, D); paper towels, plates and napkins; boxed drinks (100% juice); canned fruit; boxed dinners; peanut butter and jelly; toilet paper and facial tissue; laundry detergent – powdered or liquid; soaps (hand or bar); cleaning supplies; crackers, chips, snack cakes (individually wrapped); and gift cards to local stores such as Wal-Mart, Target, Kroger and Ingles.

Christian City, located in Union City, relies on community support to continue to meet the needs of the children in their care. To make a donation, sponsor a child, become a volunteer or for more information on the Home for Children and the new Children's Village under construction, please contact Phil Kouns, Chief Operating Officer of Children's Services at 770-703-2641 or visit

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