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Newsong LA Hosts Shoe Drive for Families on SKID ROW

Contact: Sheréa VéJauan Riley, Director of Communications and Children's Ministries, 424-903-9352, sherea.riley@newsongla.net; www.newsongla.net  

CULVER CITY, Calif., Jan. 22 /Christian Newswire/ -- Newsong LA's Children's Ministry has partnered with "A Trashcan Can Make A Difference" (TCMD), in efforts to help relieve the fiscal weight for those who struggle below poverty level. With hopes to inform and educate kids with an awareness and involvement of giving, every month the ministry will donate a trash can of goods and supplies, with each month being dedicated to collecting specific items for a specific organization. For the month of February the ministry will be collecting shoes for families on Skid Row. Newsong LA welcomes community participation. The community can drop items off at the following times and locations:

Sundays in the month of February 10:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Animo Leadership Charter High School 1155 West Arbor Vitae St. Inglewood, CA 90301

For More Information Contact:
Sheréa VéJauan Riley
Director of Communications and Children's Ministries
Direct: (424) 903-9352

About Newsong LA:
Newsong LA is serious about embracing the ideal of reconciliation as it deals with God and humankind. We're also passionate about addressing the local and global concerns of justice, advocacy and the poor. We feel it is our responsibility to help lead a renaissance of community transformation among the under resourced.

About TCMD:
TCMD is a collaborative redistribution effort that uses trashcans for the collection of new goods for those in need. The items collected are then specifically distributed to those in need through partnerships we’ve developed with other local non-profit organizations. TCMD is continually growing through franchise activism--that is, a growing network of concerned individuals, families, businesses, groups, churches and schools collaborating autonomously to host a trashcan in various locales, providing those communities with a visual reminder and an opportunity to embrace the values of generosity, social concern and cooperative living.