WestCare Nevada has teamed up with community partners Crazy Pita and Nevada Title Company for a ‘Christmas in July Drive,’ which will benefit the women and children at the nonprofit’s Women and Children’s Campus. The drive will end on July 31. So hurry and get your donations in!
Community members are asked to donate new and unwrapped baby items, including toys, blankets and clothing, as well as women’s clothing and new toiletries. Items can be dropped off at donation boxes located inside any three of the valley’s Crazy Pita restaurants or at a Nevada Title Company office branch location:
Crazy Pita Locations:
10975 Sage Park Dr., #100
Las Vegas, NV 89135
•Town Square Las Vegas
6587 Las Vegas Blvd. S.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
•The District at Green Valley Ranch
2225 Village Walk Dr. #175
Henderson, NV 89052
Nevada Title Locations:
•2500 N. Buffalo Drive, Suite 150
Las Vegas, NV 89128
•10000 W. Charleston Blvd, Suite 180
Las Vegas, NV 89135
•701 N Green Valley Pkwy, Suite 115
Henderson, NV 89074
•3993 Howard Hughes Pkwy, Suite 120
Las Vegas, NV 89169
•517 Boulder Plaza
Boulder City, NV 89005
Other items needed include: Changing tables, bouncy chairs, play packs, art easels for toddlers, little creative work stations, and Baby Einstein toys with educational learning tools and games. Women and children housed at the WestCare campus will benefit from the drive, which is taking place prior to a renovation planned for the facility’s nursery on Aug. 22.
The Women and Children’s Campus is a 33,453 square-foot facility that provides clients and their children emergency shelter, food, employment assistance, case management, education, and core supportive and wraparound services. “We are renovating our facility little by little, and given that our next project is the nursery, it made sense to reach out to the community for support in this way,” WestCare Director of Development Darlene Terrill said. “Our clients are so grateful for all of the community support. It means the world to them and to us.”
WestCare Foundation was founded more than 41 years ago in Las Vegas with the goal of “uplifting the human spirit.” The non-profit provides a variety of programs across the continuum of health and human services. Every doorway into a WestCare program is designed, not only to lead to solutions for the presenting issue, but also to be a first step toward identifying other potential complicating and co-occurring factors impacting the life of individuals as a whole. WestCare’s trauma-informed, person-centered continuum of care spans 17 states and two U.S. territories and is recognized for clinical excellence, coordinated access and collaborative innovation.