Turning Points in America, a nonprofit charity, is collecting new and gently used furnishings for the recently opened Women’s Veterans transitional housing as well as JTA bus passes for Veteran’s transportation to employment. The new facility for Women’s Veterans is The Boulevard House at 1541 Boulevard St in Jacksonville.
Furnishings include the following gently used or new items. Small to medium size items can be delivered to Turning Points as shown below for consolidated deliveries to The Boulevard House. Large items can be delivered directly to the The Boulevard House by making arrangements with the facility as shown below.
1. Twin bedding and new pillows, bath towels, bath sheets, hand towels, wash cloths, scented and unscented soaps and body wash, laundry detergent, dishes, and items favored by women. Items must be clean in like new or like new condition. These items can be dropped off to Beth Heath at 4128 Tradewinds Dr., Jacksonville 32250 for consolidated delivery to The Boulevard House. Call 904 705-6439 to arrange pick up at a meeting place.
2. Bedroom and living room furniture: twin bed sets of frames, mattress and springs, nightstands chests, dressers, couches, chairs, coffee and end tables. Contact Rhonda Henry at 904 354-4162 at the Clara White Veterans Program for delivery times and instructions.
3. JTA Bus Tickets can be purchased at most Walgreens. A one day pass is $4 and 3 day pass is $10. These passes can be delivered to Beth Heath at 4128 Tradewinds Dr, Jacksonville 32250 for consolidated deliveries to The Boulevard House or by contacting Ms Henry at the Clara White Veterans Program at 904 354-4162.
The Clara White Mission provides a clean, welcoming place for Veterans to live while working toward permanent and independent living with 24 months. Their very successful transitional housing and on-site Drop-In Day Center programs are facilities focused on providing resources to assist homeless, low-income veterans in need.
Thank you for considering donations. Turning Points in America