S.I.T.E. BOTTLE DRIVE

8/18/20 UPDATE: Thank you so much for your amazing support. We begin hosting MCREST guests on Sunday, August 23, 2020 which means our bottle drive will be coming to an end. The last day to drop off returnables is Saturday, August 22, 2020. Your generosity has been nothing short of astounding.

Our Goal = $5,000

We are at:

121.60%

Is your house or garage overrun with returnables? Are you avoiding the long lines at the grocery store to take in your cans or bottles? The S.I.T.E. Teens have a solution. During the month of July we are collecting returnables, using the cash collected to help pay for groceries and supplies for a dinner we are preparing for MCREST (Macomb County Rotating Emergency Shelter Team) in August.

The drop off is simple, no appointment necessary. Simply leave your bagged and tied returnables outside the Youth Room Door (#5) on the 23 Mile Road side of St. Isidore. We’ll do the rest.

Thank you in advance for your donations. Any contribution, no matter how small, will help us make an amazing dinner and dessert for the MCREST guests.

8/10/20 UPDATE: We went from an original goal of a few hundred dollars to help pay for two meals: Youth Group and Choir, to a goal of $2,000 due to the increase in donations, to a goal of $4,000 to help pay for the hotel fee as the outpouring was just incredible. (Due to COVID, the guests are not staying at St. Isidore this year, but will be housed at a hotel.) As of 8/10/20 we have cashed in $4,086.80, exceeding our $4,000 goal. The outpouring has been nothing short of amazing! Thank you all so very much. We are now increasing our goal to $5,000 to help purchase some desperately needed items for the guests like gas cards, personal hygiene items, etc. Please know every dime will go to MCREST in some form or fashion. Thank you again. Truly.

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Any questions can be directed to Beth Beebe at: beth@stisidore.church or 586-286-1700 EXT 2116.

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