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Community
Neighbor to Neighbor Response

The City of  Centerville has joined the United Way of Salt Lake in their effort to help resupply service agencies with sufficient commodities and cash to meet emergency needs of the poor amongst us.

The Mayor of Centerville is asking every family, who is in a position to help, to join together in collecting desperately-needed commodities or cash that will be forwarded to service agencies for distribution. The primary focus is directed towards collecting the following:
  • Baby items - diapers, wet wipes, formula, baby food
  • Blankets - new and gently used
  • Clothing - new socks and new underwear for children and adults
  • Canned Food - foods high in protein, i.e. (tuna, fish, peanut butter, beans, fruit, vegetables and soup)
  • Toilet paper

If you wish to participate by donating any non-cash items, you may drop them off at the City Hall 250 North Main Centerville. Other church and non-profit organizations within the City will also likely be participating. We will update this list of drop-off locations as we are informed of them. Deductible cash contributions will also be accepted at any Wells Fargo or Zion's Bank.



 
 
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