In 2009, we sorted the donated items during the drive, and everything shipped to the shelters directly from the Drive held in Columbus, Ohio. 101 Pounds of donations went to Jackson, Mississippi; 121 pounds went to Douglas, Wyoming; 58 pounds went to Toledo, Ohio and 141 pounds went to Laramie, Wyoming.
If you have any information about a service or facility that would benefit from donations of new apparel items, please email us!
We will add them to the list of recipients.
The sale of Hooper Collectible figurines is one of the primary fundraisers for Embroidery Network Foundation, which supports Women's Shelters across the United States. Support this program by making a donation to the ENF at NNEP 2010. As you enjoy Hooper's sunny disposition, you will be reminded that you have played a role in adding a smile to another.
Embroidery Network Foundation Mission Statement:
The Embroidery Network Foundation (ENF), a 501(c)(3) entity, established by the National Network of Embroidery Professionals, is designed to provide a channel for the commercial embroidery industry to respond to persons in need. The focus of the Embroidery Network Foundation is the collection of and distribution of new clothing to women's shelters and responding to those in need when they are faced with national or natural disasters.
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