Birthday Bag Drive

A small group of Ridgewood High School students have come together to make birthdays a little brighter for children who are living in a local women’s shelter. Students Anna Beiersdorf, Morgan McGahan, and Emily Sosa are collecting items to make Birthday Bags for the women and children staying in the Center of Hope and Safety. This wonderful organization is dedicated to assisting victims, and their children, of domestic violence. We’re so proud of you girls and are behind you 100%!

Donations will be accepted every weekend in February. 

The following items are requested:
• Cake mix
• Frosting
• Sprinkles
• Small paper plates
• Napkins
• Candles
• Streamers
• Decorative gift bags to put supplies in

Drop items off at 119 Oak Street, Ridgewood.
Questions? Text: (201) 937-1752

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