Local Printer Is Collecting Donations for Children’s Items

South Jersey residents as well as Pennsauken business owners of ColorsSource, a printing and marketing company, are partnering with Cradles to Crayons in W. Conshohocken, PA to donate school supplies and gently-used or new clothing through the end of December.  The Winter Kids Drive will provide much-needed essentials for children from birth to twelve years of age that are living in low-income and homeless situations in the greater Philadelphia area and Camden, NJ.


Donations can be dropped off at ColorSource, 7025 Central Hwy, Pennsauken, NJ or call ColorSource’s owners Murray Ellis and Fred DeMarco for a local pickup at 856-488-8100. Items can be dropped off between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, through December 31.


“I really wanted to do something this year to help out. I had read about this organization, and how they help make the holidays better for kids who have so little. They provide the necessities for kids who need clothes, coats, and school supplies. I think we forget that just one person can make a difference to others – so now I’m spreading the message to our clients, friends, families and our community” said owner Murray Ellis.


Most Needed Items: 

·       Boys and Girls - Sneakers - all sizes up to Adult size 10

·       Boys and Girls - Socks - sizes infant to 14/16

·       Boys and Girls - Underwear - sizes 2T to 14/16

·       Boys and Girls - Fall / Winter Pants- sizes 9/10 to 14/16

·       Boys - Fall/Winter Pants - size 5/6

·       Boys and Girls Winter Coats, newborn-14/16

·       Girls - Fall / Winter Tops - 12/18m and 18/24m 

·       Boys and Girls – Fall/Winter Tops – sizes 9/10 to 14/16

·       Batteries – especially AA and C

·       Toys - ages newborn-12 (no larger than 24 inches)

·       Baby Items - crib bedding, safety items, bottles, wipes, wash cloths, toys, shampoo and lotion

For more information, visit  www.colorsourceinc.com/about-us/winter-drive-kids/ or call 856-488-8100.


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