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BASEBALL ACADEMY GIVING BACK  FEEDING THE HOMELESS

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

MIDDLESEX NJ - October 10, 2017  - Full Count Baseball and Softball academy has committed to preparing and delivering meals to the local homeless shelters.  Coaches, players, parents and friends will be joining together to prepare food for the homeless on
November 6th at Full Count Academy  1001 Lincoln Blvd in Middlesex NJ.

The Full Count Family  believes in partnerships to engage and further build capacity to improve the quality of life for underserved individuals. We value our partnership with nonprofits as we identify service gaps as it relates to homelessness in our community,” says
Matt Belford President of Full Count.

“There are many in our community who are hurting, hungry, homeless and in need of hope,”  “It’s not just the homeless who will join us to celebrate the holiday season. We’ll see men, women and children who have faced hard times and are doing their best to get by. Regardless of a person’s situation or circumstance, our doors are open to anyone who would like to join us in celebrating this holiday season by giving their time, food and other donations. Not only will they receive a fantastic meal, they will be welcomed with a smile.”

You can help make it a festive holiday season for the homeless by dropping off donations of the following items: bread, turkey, lettuce, butter, mayo, baggies, bags, plastic gloves, condiments, soft drinks, bottled water, potato chips and cookies at the Mission’s Donation Center, located at Full Count Academy 1001 Lincoln Blvd in Middlesex NJ. Monday 11/6 from 2 pm to 7 pm.  

Our players and other volunteers will they begin to make the turkey sandwiches for delivery.  We can use your help.

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Here is a list of items begin collected for JERSEY STRONG FOR TEXAS 

CASH DONATIONS ARE NOT BENG ACCEPTED AT THIS TIME, NOR SHOULD THEY BE WRITTEN TO ANY ASSOCIATED NON PROFITS LISTED BELOW THAT IS ASSISTING OUR EFFORTS. STAY TUNED FOR MORE INFORMATION.

Deadline for dropping off supplies is Sept. 25th, unless noted with designated drop off place shown below.

FULL COUNT BASEBALL ACADEMY – 1001 Lincoln Blvd. Middlesex NJ - 732-284-5600 < call ahead to make sure we're here.

Please donate some items on our suggestion list below so our volunteers can sort and assemble into love packs. Its not necessary to make love packs and they need all types of non perishable food, personal, cleaning, school and pet supplies. If you prefer, you can make a "Unity in Love Pack" for a baby, a child, boy or girl, an adult, man or woman, teen or senior citizen. Maybe it could be a Clean up pack, back to school pack, or a Pet care pack. 

If you re making a "Unity in Love Pack" start off by putting the essential items needed in the bag first from our supply list below. You can top it off with your ideal goodies along with your letter of love and hope enclosed.  

The basic items needed in each bag is based on age and sex. Please label your bag accordingly but remember we are also taking in loose supplies If it's easier for you. That's no problem for us. We aren't picky. Also don't forget double and triple x sizes too. Non perishables food, water, new clothing, and cleaning supplies are much appreciated. 

**clothing must be new
We are collecting soap, shampoo, conditioner, lotion, durable plastic totes, washcloth, towels, deodorant, new underwear, t shirt, socks toothbrush, tooth paste, mouthwash, Razors and shaving cream. Hair ties, brush, combs. feminine hygiene products, adult facial and body wipes, Adult diapers, crayon and coloring books, school supplies and baby food, formula, rash cream, diapers, wipes bottles and pacifiers,

Clothing: - flip flops,shoes, new clothing only - undershirts, underwear. DON'T FORGET DOUBLE AND TRIPLE X SIZES, baby and toddler clothing, Sweatshirts, sweatpants, leggings, blankets, pillow, sleeping bags, Conservative agile clothing.

Sturdy lightweight bags that can be moved around or contained in a shelter, laundry and dish detergent, bleach, all purpose cleaning sprays, mops, brooms, towels, toilet paper, paper towels, heavy duty garbage bags, dish soap, gloves, non perishable foods, pet food and supplies, water, rope clothes lines and pins, games and activities for children in the shelters, school supplied, sleeping bags, 

Wishlist: shovels, batteries, flashlights, candles, saws, drills, wheel barrels, shopvacs, etc.






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