This year, the EHP has received a record number of requests from families in financial distress, the nonprofit has announced.
According to the organization's website, its mission is to provide compassionate, dignified and practical assistance to families and individuals facing economic and personal hardship.
In addition to providing material support such as food and clothing, EHP offers support services and advocacy for its community members.
The nonprofit provides families with gently used clothing, shoes, and backpacks, but its goal is to provide students with new outfits and items to start the school year.
Ecumencial Hunger Program is also accepting donations in the form of gift cards to stores like Best Buy, Target, Walmart and Costco so families can shop with their children.
For more information or questions concerning donations, call at 650-323-7781, email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website at ehpcares.org.
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