Items are being collected from June 18 to 26 to help support the people of Ukraine at the following locations:

Items may be dropped off from 5 to 9 p.m. weekdays and from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekends at the Stephens City Town Office at 1033 Locust St., Escutcheon Brewery at 142 W. Commercial St., Winchester, and Dividing Creek Beer Co. at 160 N. Loudoun St., Winchester.

Non-perishable food such as canned and packed food (noodles, rice, oatmeal, nuts; sleeping mats, bags, blankets, comforters and pillows; medical supplies such as pain and fever medication, dressing material, Neosporin, alcohol, betadine, peroxide, disinfection spray and wipes, gauze, bandages, stretch bandages, injection needles, syringe with needles, masks, first aid kits, water purification tabs, wheelchairs; toiletries and hygiene; baby and children items such as food, pain and fever medication, strollers, wet baby wipes, diapers, drawing materials, paper, pencils, crayons, coloring books and school supplies.

Medications and other items may be donated even if partially used as long as the expiration date is no longer than three months, except for open liquid medicine.

Volunteers are still needed to help receive the items and pack them in boxes. Donations will be transported to Ukraine and dispersed in partnership with St. Andrew Ukrainian Church in Silver Spring, Maryland. Information: Yvonne Christ at 540-336-8273.


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