The totals are in and I am pleased to report that we collected a whopping 18,500 diapers for our winter 2015 collaborative project of the Diocesan Service Coalition! Well done!
The following churches participated:
This diaper drive was a lovely collaborative effort and a tremendous example of the larger impact we can make when we join forces.
The diapers were distributed primarily via three organizations: Episcopal Community Services, the Episcopal Refugee Network, and Community Christian Service Agency in Clairemont.
Great job, everyone!
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