Cleveland - Providence House looking to bring smiles to children and families in need.
The non-profit, which has temporarily shut down operations for the health and safety of children and staff caregivers, announced from 11am to 1pm Thursday a special toy drive will be held to lift the spirits of families and kids effected by the shutdown and pandemic.
The event is taking place at 2050 West 32nd Street, with dozens of families expected.
Providence House - Ohio's first Crisis Nursery - has cared for over 8,000 families and children in crisis, living for days, weeks, or years without the support they need to help get them back on their feet. For 39 years, Providence House has protected children, supported families in crisis, and strengthened communities for every child.
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