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As of this morning, 27 gift requests remained on the Holiday Helpers wish list outside the Landis Community Outreach Center. Students in the Public Health and Education team of the center are conducting the annual drive to collect gifts and other necessities for local residents in need.

The leaders are seniors Vivienne Felix, Kim Rubenfeld, Julia Friedman, and Dan Swarr, junior Megan Haughey, and sophomore Elissa Molly.

A gift box/wish list is posted outside the Landis Center with items for the needy written on individual stars. Those who want to purchase and donate an item should take the associated star and deliver the item by Wednesday, Dec. 4, to the Landis Center, Skillman Library, Kirby Sports Center, Career Services, or Human Resources (12 Markle Hall).

Holiday Helpers is partnering with Third Street Alliance, a shelter for homeless women and children; ProJeCt for People, which addresses the needs of the local homeless population; and Spring Garden Daycare, which serves low-income families.

For more information, contact Rubenfeld at 610-438-1125 or

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