"Interfaith Compassion Ministry is one of our community's longstanding nonprofits dedicated to assisting individuals in need through crisis periods," says Kelly Shannon, Director of Volunteer Services. "They help provide basic needs that are so easily taken for granted from food, shelter, utilities and transportation. Many victims and families of 9/11 relied on the generosity of organizations like Interfaith Compassion Ministry during their time of need."
Items will be collected from August 16 until Monday, September 10 at the following locations:
Volunteer Oxford * RSVP Office
107 Courthouse Square (next to City Hall under Skipwith Cottage)
Lafayette County and Oxford Public Library
401 Bramlett Boulevard
Oxford Fire Station 1
658 North Lamar
Oxford Fire Station 2
300 Washington Avenue Extended
Oxford Fire Station 3
139 Highway 7 South
Oxford Fire Station 4
200 Mall Drive
University of Mississippi Associated Student Body Office
Student Union, Fourth Floor
University of Mississippi Americorps Office
Contact: Sharon Levine
Hume Hall, Room 231
Other LOU community partners supporting this year's 9/11 Day of Service include the Oxford and Lafayette County Library, the Mississippi State Veterans Home of Oxford, the Lafayette County Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), the Oxford Fire Department, the Oxford Police Department, the City of Oxford, the Oxford Park Commission.
Volunteers will also honor the victims and heroes of 9/11 by working alongside our local heroes through various planned activities from Saturday, September 8 to Tuesday, September 11. Volunteer Oxford has 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance volunteer opportunities online at www.volunteeroxford.org for those interested in signing up to make a difference.
To volunteer for 9/11 Day of Service and Remembrance, contact Kelly Shannon at 662-236-6662 or email email@example.com. To find out more about Volunteer Oxford "like" us on Facebook, follow on Twitter: @oxfordvolunteer, or visit www.volunteeroxford.org.