A convenient collection box has been placed at the Town Center entry to receive donations of winter clothing that will benefit the Eddy House and Veterans Services. As the temperature drops, both groups have requested donations of new-with-tags or gently used winter coats, sweatshirts/hoodies, beanies and gloves.
The collection is sponsored by the Big Hearted Men, a Somersett-based group of men of all ages who desire to be involved in local philanthropy. There’s also a social and camaraderie component to the group, which meets regularly at the Peavine Taphouse to share friendships. Visit the website at www.BigHeartedMen.com

Eddy House is a local center for homeless, runaway, foster, and other at-risk youth, and provides basic needs such as food, clothing, hygiene items, and a safe secure place to be during the day. Eddy House also offers counseling services, workforce development, life skills groups, health care services and more. The 24-hour facility provides safe overnight opportunities for the homeless youth in our community which includes an overnight shelter for up to 20 young adults, a five-bed emergency shelter, and a new results-oriented “Community Living Program” for 23 youth. Visit their website at www.eddyhouse.org/
For over 75 years Veterans Services has been dedicated to helping an estimated 250,000 Nevada veterans get the services, benefits and quality of life they deserve.

In addition to offering benefits counseling and assistance, Veterans Services operates the nationally recognized Northern Nevada State Veterans Home in Sparks. It also offers burial services and supports obtaining military honors at our memorial cemeteries in both Northern and Southern Nevada. Nevada is one of the most military and veteran-friendly states in America. Visit their website at www.veterans.nv.gov

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