Correction: Briarcrest Neighborhood Association delivers 40 bags of goods to Camp United We Stand

Sunday, December 6, 2020

The van was filled with donations, including a chewy box full of blue jeans
Photo courtesy BNA

BNA Director Jean Hilde reports that the neighborhood project to collect clothing and goods for Camp United We Stand, now at Calvin Presbyterian Church in Shoreline, was a rousing success.

BNA had asked people to bring their donations to the Patty Pan Cooperative on 27th NE.

When the van was full, volunteers started packing other vehicles
Photo courtesy BNA

"We had a great turnout from our neighbors for our donations collection for our homeless neighbors this week! The BNA and Patty Pan delivered some 40 bags of needed items to the Calvin Presbyterian site in Shoreline this morning. 

Christmas at Camp United We Stand will be a little brighter
Photo courtesy BNA

"The residents received lots of warm clothes, blankets and comforters, tarps and a cot, a box of nails, foodstuffs and hygiene products and more!

"Thanks to everyone who contributed. Because of your generosity, our homeless neighbors' winter will be a little bit easier!"

CORRECTION: Thanks to the readers who let us know that Tent City 3 is in north Seattle right now and the group at Calvin Presbyterian is Camp United We Stand.


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