LONDON SHOEBOX PROJECT DEADLINE IS APPROACHING ON DEC 13!, News (West London Minor Hockey)

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LONDON SHOEBOX PROJECT DEADLINE IS APPROACHING ON DEC 13!
Submitted By Brady Parr on Monday, December 2, 2019
As the holiday season moves along, its very easy to forget about those that are not as fortunate as others. We are challenging our hockey families to be leaders within our community and support this amazing initiative together as an entire association by filling as many shoeboxes with all of the basic necessities! For more information, see below. Don't forget that the deadline to drop off your shoeboxes at select locations throughout London is December 13!

It's Time For Our Hawkey

Families To Come Together

Once Again For

A Great Cause!



The Shoebox Project is a not-for-profit initiative that collects small gifts and essentials that are packaged in shoe boxes and delivers them to homeless woman living in shelters for the holiday season.  




It's time for the West London Hawks to give back!





 

All of West London Hockey will be participating in
The Shoebox Project this holiday season. 
Each West London Team have been challenged to
collect and fill as many shoe boxes as you can! The team that collects the most shoe boxes, will win
$300 towards a team outing at Palasad 
not to mention will have helped out many women right here in our own community! 
 

For tips on how to create and fill your shoe boxes, visit the link below:


SIMPLE STEPS TO SHOE BOX SUCCESS

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DON'T FORGET!

Before you drop off your shoe boxes:

1. Make sure to deliver your shoe boxes to any

London location before December 13

2. Remember to take a group picture of your efforts

3. Send your shoe box total and group picture to:


[email protected]

      

For more information about the Shoe Box Project including drop locations, visit the link below:
 
THESHOEBOXPROJECT

 
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