Doug Sitter State Farm accepting toiletry donations

November 19, 2013

Pictured are members of the West Texas Children’s Advocacy Center (WTCAC) picking up toiletry donations from the Doug Sitter State Farm office last year. A variety of toiletry donations were being accepted at the Doug Sitter State Farm office — as they will be this year — which will be given to families that were served by the WTCAC over the past year. Pictured are Brandi Sitter, Madison Black & Teresa Zarate of the West Texas Children's Advocacy Center & State Farm agent Doug Sitter.

Doug Sitter State Farm is taking toiletry donations again this year for the West Texas Children’s Advocacy Center. 
What the center does this time of year is give all the families they help throughout the year toiletries just before Christmas in addition to putting up the Angel Tree at Wal-Mart. Donations can be dropped off at 208 Lamar Street.
Those wishing to donate cash may do so and Doug Sitter State Farm will buy the toiletry items to be donated. All donations are appreciated.
Toiletry items that can be donated are soap, toothpaste, shampoo, tooth brushes, deodorant, lotion, hand sanitizer, Clorox wipes, Kleenex and Q-tips. Donations need to be brought to the office by Dec. 10.

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