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CCPD partners with the 3H Exchange to help the homeless for the holidays

November 29, 2019
Island Reporter, Captiva Current, Sanibel-Captiva Islander

The Cape Coral Police Department today announced that it is once again partnering with the 3H Exchange (High Schools Helping the Homeless) for the sixth consecutive year. The 3H Exchange is a program committed to providing goods to homeless, in-need students and their families throughout the Lee County School District.

Starting today, Nov. 29, and continuing through Friday, Dec. 13, the Cape Coral Police Department will have donation bins in the lobby of the Cape Coral Police Department headquarters (1100 Cultural Park Boulevard) and the Chester Street Resource Center (4816 Chester Street) where people can drop off donations for the 3H Exchange.

The 3H Exchange is asking for donations of the following:

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Eric Decker, founder of the 3H Exchange (High Schools Helping the Homeless).

* Canned food

* Non-perishable foods

* New, unwrapped children's toys

"We always look forward to partnering with the 3H Exchange to make the holidays brighter for those Lee County School District students who are in need. Eric and the 3H Exchange do an exceptional job providing for these students, and we're proud to partner with them for a sixth consecutive year," said Master Cpl. Phil Mullen of the CCPD Public Affairs Office.

 
 

 

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