Donations

Port Of Mobile Hurricane Ida Relief

Port Of Mobile Hurricane Ida Relief

September 10, 2021
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The Alabama State Port Authority and APM Terminals partnered with CDL of AL, Myers Concrete and Walt and Laura Engel to accept donations through noon today for those affected by Hurricane Ida. CDL of AL will haul the supplies tomorrow to Houma, Louisiana. Bottled water, nonperishable food items, hygiene and baby products, pet supplies, batteries,…

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Reese's Donates, Senior Bowl Players Volunteer

Reese’s Donates, Senior Bowl Players Volunteer

February 5, 2021
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Reese’s presented a $10,000 donation to Feeding the Gulf Coast during Reese’s Senior Bowl Community Day on January 29. “This generous donation will provide 50,000 meals for individuals and families facing hunger in our community,” Cyndy Baggett, Feeding the Gulf Coast vice president of development and marketing, said. Additionally, Senior Bowl players volunteered at a…

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United Bank Donates Van To Library

United Bank Donates Van To Library

January 22, 2021
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United Bank recently donated a 2013 Ford Transit Connect to the Baldwin County Library Cooperative, Inc. to replace an aging vehicle with more than 300,000 miles, The Atmore Advance reported. The cooperative, based in Robertsdale, will use it to transport books and interlibrary mail and materials between 14 locations in Baldwin County. The courier service…

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MCPSS Raises Toys, Money For Needy; Promotes Principals

January 8, 2021
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The Mobile County Public School System (MCPSS) saw more than 3,500 toys donated from 35 schools and the MCPSS Central Campus during its annual Stuff the Bus toy drive. Two school buses full of toys were delivered to WKRG’s Magical Christmas Toy Drive, then distributed to needy families throughout the Gulf Coast by the Salvation…

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Local Nonprofits Receive Donations

December 31, 2020
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Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott, author and ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, gave to Theodore-based Feeding the Gulf Coast and Mobile-based Goodwill Gulf Coast among hundreds of organizations nationwide, AL.com reported. Goodwill Gulf Coast received $5 million of the $4.1-billion total, marking the largest contribution in the 64-year-old nonprofit’s history. All donations were focused on pandemic…

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Child Advocacy Center (CAC) Receives Donation, Initiates Toy Drive

November 27, 2020
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According to a recentannouncement, theCAC of Mobile thanked CAC Board Member Rachel Mahoney, Sheri Charles and all the staff ofAdams and Reese LLP for a donation of nonperishable food items and books to help CAC families over Thanksgiving. It is also reminding donors that its Christmas Toy Drive is being held November 30-December 14. All…

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Crow Shields Bailey Donates to Thanksgiving Food Drive

November 27, 2020
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Crow Shields Bailey PC provided food and donations to supply 15 boxes for the Child Advocacy Center of Mobile’s annual Thanksgiving food drive, according to a recentannouncement. Each box provides food for one family to have a Thanksgiving meal. The Child Advocacy Center provides healing services for abused children and families in Mobile.

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The Hangout Donates Turkeys To Needy

November 27, 2020
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According to anannouncement, TheHangout recently donated 300 turkeys to Turkey Take Out. Turkey Take Out is a community effort that has partnered with Foley Elementary School, area churches and other organizations to help those in need in the Foley area. The sixth iteration of the yearly event planned to feed approximately 1,000 people again for…

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Maitre & Crabtree Seeking Food Drive Donations

Maitre & Crabtree Seeking Food Drive Donations

November 6, 2020
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Maitre & Crabtree Dental Group kicked off its annual food drive this week. There will be themed days throughout the week, which can be found on its Facebook page. Its goal for this year is to collect 2020 lb of food donations through November 23. Donations can be dropped off the group’s office on University…

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Print King Donates to COVID-19 Relief

August 14, 2020
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Earlier this summer, Print King donated $1,000 to the USA Health Pandemic Emergency Fund. Funds were raised through the sales of “Healthcare Heroes” yard signs and “Eat, Drink, Buy Mobile” T-shirts. In addition to direct sales, shirts were sold at Antiques at the Loop, Ashland Midtown Pub, Spring Hill Ace at Spring Hill Village Shopping…

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