The Ocean City Board of REALTORS® is pleased to announce its fall community service project, a drive to collect coats, sweaters, blankets, snow boots, hats, scarves, and more. Donations will be collected now through November 27th, and will be used to give the gift of warmth for winter.

 

The Warmth for the Winter Drive will collect gently used or new items to be donated to the Ocean City Ecumenical Clothes Closet to provide for needy families. Of special need for this winter are children’s coats, children’s snow boots, and ladies or men’s sweat shirts and pants. Monetary donations will be accepted - we will shop for you! Funds will be used to purchase items of need as requested by The Ocean City Ecumenical Clothes Closet.

Donations can be dropped off at the office of the Ocean City Board of REALTORS®, 405 22nd Street, or for pickup please call the office: 609-399-0128.

(Office hours: Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.)

“It’s time to switch over your wardrobe from summer to winter and clean out your closets, we encourage our fellow REALTORS®, friends and neighbors to donate items that are gently used or new, especially coats, jackets and blankets, that will provide warmth for the winter to families in need” said Gloria Votta, Chair Community Services Committee, Ocean City Board of REALTORS®.

For more information- please contact Vicki Heebner at 609-399-0128 or Vicki@ocbor.com

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  • Starting Saturday, October 5th, 2019, repeats every day until Wednesday, November 27, 2019 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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Vicki Heebner

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