Locals Looking For Donations For Somerset County - 47 ABC - Delmarva's Choice

Locals Looking For Donations For Somerset County

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OCEAN CITY, Md. - It's not too late for you to donate to those affected by the storm, here on the shore. The Ocean City Chamber of Commerce is collecting donations for residents in Somerset County.

Organizers tell us top items in need are cleaning products, such as bleach and all-purpose cleaners, trash bags, and non-perishable food. All contributions can be dropped off at the Chamber anytime between 8:30 AM and 4:30 PM.

Full List Of Wanted Donations:
Cleaning Supplies: Bleach, All Purpose Cleaner, Sponges, rubber gloves, Empty Spray Bottles, Buckets, Scrub Brushes etc..
Towels, Paper Towels & Toilet Tissue
Heaters & Blankets
New Undergarments
Non-Perishable Food
LG Trash Bags
 Rakes - Shovels - Tools
Gift Cards & Monetary

If you can't make it out to the OC Chamber of Commerce during the day that's okay. Tomorrow night from 4:00 to 7:00 PM, you can bring any of those items just mentioned to the Greene Turtle in Ocean City. Products will be collected and loaded into a bright green truck to take down to the Crisfield area.

However, that's not all, now that families in Somerset County are picking up the pieces, many are in need of major appliances, building materials, and furniture. Due to the size of these items you can arrange a drop-off by calling 1-888-756-7836.

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