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Goodwill Donation Drive

FCS’ 8th Grade Dominican Republic Mission Trip is holding a GOODWILL DONATION DRIVE!  There are 3 dates available to participate. Sunday, September 30th and Sunday, October 7th from 9:00am to 3:00pm in the school parking lot located at 242 W. Baseline Rd., Glendora.  Saturday, October 13 at a different location: 355 W. Bonita (corner of Bonita and Metropolitan) in Pomona-Dow Hydraulics Systems.  Time TBA.

You can help our fundraising efforts by donating your gently used clothing, shoes, books household items…and yes…even furniture! Proceeds help the FCS 8th grade students raise funds for the transportation of greatly needed supplies and help send student volunteers to the Dominican Republic.  If you have any questions, please contact Kym or Chuck Tipton

IMPORTANT: We are only accepting donation drop-offs on the dates listed.  Please DO NOTdrop off items on any other date!

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