THOUSAND PALMS – Operation Safehouse helps more than 1,000 at-risk teens in Riverside County every year.
Butduring these tough times, though, they are the ones asking for help.
A group of about 150 high school students is answering that call launching Operation Safehelp to gather donations for the struggling shelter.
Operation Safehouse operates a shelter in Riverside and in Thousand Palms.
Operation Safehouse is looking to the community for its supplies drive. It is requesting the following items:
Bath towels Wash cloths Pillows Blankets Twin & full size sheets Soap Lotion Shampoo & conditioner Deorderant Tooth brushes Tooth paste Hair brushes & combs Toiler paper & paper towels Sponges Cleaning supplies Dish soap Liquid laundry soap Bleach Paper cups & paper plates Coffee cups Napkins Distilled vinegar Potatoes Canned soap Flip flops Black shorts Grey or black t-shirts
The supplies drive runs from July 13 through august 14. For more information, contact Julia Luna with Supervisor Tavalione’s Office at 951-955-9741 or Noel Loughrin with Supervisor Wilson’s Office at 760-863-2556.