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Emily’s Mission Continues To Help Others

OSWEGO, NY – Emily Bradshaw is continuing her mission to help the area homeless
just in time for the holidays.

Donation at OMS

Donation at OMS

She recently presented dozens of personal care bags to the Oswego Middle School and
the Oswego High School.

On hand for the presentation at the middle school are: social worker Chalet Dewey-Flint, Mary Beth Fierro, principal; Emily Bradshaw; and Bill Crist, superintendent of OCSD.

OMS requested 18 personal care bags.

Emily’s Mission donated 50 personal care bags to OHS.

And, earlier this month, Emily’s Mission donated 150 personal care bags to the
Department of Social Services.

Donation at DSS

Donation at DSS

In the photo are, Stephanie Hoxie, temp assistance worker; Gregg Heffner, commisioner
of DSS; and Emily.

Another 150 bags were delivered to OCO recently.

Fifty bags were given to the Fulton high school and 100 bags will handed out on Thanksgiving at the Salvation Army.

Emily’s Mission has made close to 600 bags so far and counting.

If you would like to donate personal care items you can email hockeyfans@twcny.rr.com
to arrange pick up or they can be dropped off at Oswego Middle School.

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  1. You should be commended on your efforts for helping those who are in need of compassion and kindness. The homeless can be “invisable” to the average citizen and are often forgotten. My hope is that this community continues to rally behind your mission for many years to come. You are a remarkable young lady. Bless you and your family and all those that you help on this Thanksgiving.

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