Donations, volunteers still needed at Nicholson distribution center
BATON ROUGE - City officials set up a distribution center for supplies on Saturday to receive and distribute donations to residents in need.
Here is an updated list of items that are still needed for families displaced from their homes:
Lots of BOXES
New underwear (men/women)
Personel hygiene supplies
Styrofoam to-go plates
LOTS of heavy-duty contractors trash bags
LOTS of cleaning supplies
The center was set up at Lighthouse Christian Fellowship Church at 1564 Nicholson Drive. If anyone has access to the above items, they are urged to have them delivered to the church or to call Councilwoman Tara Wicker at 225-317-1849.
Volunteers are still needed to help distribute supplies that are being donated. They’re still looking for the following appliances to be donated:
2 refrigerators or freezer
An electrician capable of installing 220 amp plugs is also required.
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