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Lenten Service Project will Benefit Maggie's Place

Published on March 11, 2019

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Trinity is proud to partner with Maggie's Place for our school-wide 2019 Lenten service project. Maggie's Place provides life-changing programs and services for pregnant and parenting women and their children by offering a warm and welcoming community, a safe place to live and learn, and on-going services to help them become self-sufficient. Since the start of the school year, students and faculty have provided various types of service to Maggie's Place, located on the campus of St. Monica Parish in Garfield Heights.

Each week during Lent, families are encouraged to bring in items that can be donated to Maggie's Place and the residents who call it home. Please consider being generous during this holy time of year, knowing that your donations are helping to serve a great cause.

Baby Items: March 11-15
Baby bottles, bottle drying racks, bottle cleaning brushes, baby socks, onesies, car seat covers, Vaseline and larger size diapers (3, 4, 5)

Household and Cleaning Supplies: March 18-22
Dish soap, disinfectant wipes, laundry supplies, paper towels, toilet paper, water pitchers

Mom Supplies: March 25-29
Breastfeeding supplies, breastfeeding bras, regular bras, yoga pants/leggings, warm compress/heating pads, prenatal vitamins, Tums, hygiene products and woman's hair products, especially ethnic hair care such as: Gel, Edge Control, ethnic-friendly hair brushes, and sleeping caps

Non-Perishable Food Items: April 1-5
Energy and Nutri-Grain Bars, peanut butter, macaroni and cheese mixes, spaghetti noodles, oatmeal, dry cereal, canned soup

High-Demand Baby/Mom Supplies: April 8-12
Baby bottles, bottle cleaning brushes, car seat covers, baby socks, larger size diapers (3, 4, 5), breastfeeding and regular bras, body wash

All items donated are worth five points toward Trinity Cup totals. In addition, to reach your class goal, each student should bring in a minimum $5 cash donation. The first place class with the most money earns an extra 100 points, second place earns 50 points, and third place earns 20 points.