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Hotel Grace is an emergency shelter that opens in the basement of St. Johns's Catholic Church on Temple Street in Worcester, MA. It opens on the coldest of nights to the homeless population when the temperature is at or below 32 degrees. We have been blessed to help cook a meal and offer assorted desserts to these men and women. However, it is truly the dedication of its founder, Pastor Richie Gonzalez and his team of dedicated volunteers who make it all possible.
The Hotel Grace Project is aimed to provide these men and women with much-needed hats, gloves, scarves, neck-warmers, sweatshirts, coats, socks, boots, hand/feet warmers and other items that are essential to helping them combat the bitter-cold days when the shelter is not in operation.
You can help us to help others...100% of your contribution goes to helping needs that exist within our communities, evidenced so clearly through the struggles of our brothers and sisters. Our team and those whom we serve would like to thank you for your generous support in helping us raise the hearts and minds of those we minister to.
We are currently working on a project that will benefit the women at Abby's House in Worcester, MA. Team members are sewing large, quilted, shoulder bags for these women. We have begun collecting items, however, below are the items still currently needed. Are you able to help donate any of the following new items? -(items in gray have been fulfilled)
Twin Sheet Set Shampoo Body Wash Body Lotion Razor Toothpaste Bath Towel
Q-tips. Conditioner Loofah Deodorant Shave Cream Toothbrush Face Cloth
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HOTEL GRACE PROJECT
ABBY'S HOUSE PROJECT
Can you help us? New items may be dropped off at the following locations:
Please specify they are for the Missionaries of Mercy Service Project
St. Ann Church, 652 Main Street, N. Oxford, MA
Appletree Fabrics Quilt Shop, 850 Southbridge St., Auburn, MA
or you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will pick them up.