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Following last year’s very successful holiday donation drive, Progressive Mariposa members are again collecting donations for various community programs run by the Alliance for Community Transformations.

NEW items in the wish lists below may be brought to the next general meeting on December 15th or dropped off prior to the meeting at Pure Training Studio at 5081 Bullion St., attn: Carol Hart. The general meeting will be held at 10:00am on Sunday, December 15, 2019 at Mariposa County Library’s Community Room located at 4978 10th St, Mariposa, CA 95338. Special Guest is Alison Tudor, Executive Director of Alliance for Community Transformations.

Mountain Crisis Services Wish List

Bath towels New Pillows Gallon-sized ziplocs Foil & plastic wrap Kleenex
Laundry soap Complete dish sets Umbrellas Toilet paper Cleaning supplies
Diapers (all sizes) Commercial vacuum DVDs/players VHS tapes/players  
Bedding/Blankets (full & twin sizes) Reusable food storage containers
Magazine subscriptions: (Disney & Me; Highlights; Nickleodeon; National Geographic for Kids; Zoobooks; American Girl; Ranger Rick; Ebony; People; Time; Good Housekeeping; Ladies Home Journal; People in Spanish

 

Mariposa Heritage House Wish List

Winter jackets

Boots

YARTS bus passes

Gas cards

Big 5 gift cards

 

CASA Wish List

Pioneer gift cards

Rite Aid gift cards

Target gift cards

Ethos Wish List

Warm jackets

Socks

Insulated sleeping bags

 

Connections

Deodorants Socks Underwear
Razors Gloves Beanies/Knit hats
Sweaters Thermals Thick blankets
Soap Shampoo/Conditioner Feminine hygiene products
Gift cards Shaving kits Other hygiene products

 

 Alison Tudor has been the Executive Director of the Alliance for Community Transformations for over four years and with the organization for over 9 years. Prior to this, most of her work was focused on youth and violence prevention. She has her Masters in Public Administration from the University of Colorado Denver and is published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence and Violence Against Women. Additionally, she works as a consultant for prevention and community organizing around domestic violence and sexual assault throughout the state. She is also proud to serve on the California Partnership to End Domestic Violence Coalition as its Vice President. She is involved in other movements outside of her professional work including racial justice work and LGBTQ work. She is currently involved in a statewide project looking at the use of art to shift the narrative of domestic violence in communities from an individual/family issue to a community issue.
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