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Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus School Supplies Drive

July 23 @ 8:00 am - 11:00 am

The Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus (PSGMC) has launched the School Supplies Drive through its Chorus Cares program, which provides outreach initiatives throughout the Coachella Valley. In an effort to help school-age kids, Chorus Cares is holding a School Supplies Drive on July 23 and July 30 to help two elementary schools gather the supplies needed for the 2022-2023 school year.

Supplies needed include pencils, glue sticks (not hot glue sticks), plastic pencil/pen holders, child scissors, spiral notebooks (large rule), paper folders, crayons (8 to 24 per pack) and loose-leaf notebook paper (large rule).

You can drop off supplies in person on July 23 or July 30 from 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at the Mizell Center parking lot, 480 South Sunrise Way. Look for the PSGMC tent. Touchless drop-off is available at the Mizell Senior Center parking lot at the corner of Ramon Road. Put supplies in your trunk and volunteers will take them out at the drop-off point, or just hand them to volunteers as you pull up.

Donations via cash or check to purchase school supplies will also be accepted during the School Supplies Drive. Put cash or checks in an envelope labeled Chorus Cares and drop it off at Mizell Senior Center during the event. PSGMC will have its “tip jar” on-site so you can donate in increments of $20. You can also donate by credit card at psgmc.com by clicking the Chorus Cares link under the Give/Donate heading.

Details

Date:
July 23
Time:
8:00 am - 11:00 am
Event Category:
Event Tags:
https://psgmc.com/?fbclid=IwAR12mIkP-3jHv4Jn9bU3DODlejmkHF7jtXAFRVqq4z907tqoF6VDcGZC8sE

Organizer

Palm Springs Gay Men’s Chorus
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Venue

The Mizell Center
480 S Sunrise Way
Palm Springs, United States
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