Safe Harbors domestic violence shelter in Enterprise is holding its “Val’s Project” drive in conjunction with the Masons. Through the end of March, bins will be set up at the Dollar Stretcher, Wallowa Food City, Mt. Joseph Family Foods, and The Little Store. They are looking for essential items needed for the local shelter, including:

• Soaps, shampoo, conditioner.

• Deodorants.

• Razors.

• New hairbrushes.

• Cleaning supplies.

• Laundry detergents.

• Feminine products.

• Toilet paper and tissue.

• Makeup items.

• Light bulbs, batteries.

• Zip-lock bags, trash bags.

• Cell phones, calling cards, gift cards.

• Colored paper and crayons, coloring books.

• Journals.

• Baby blankets.

• Disposable and cloth diapers, baby wipes, Pull-Ups.

• Sippy cups, bottles.

• New strollers, new cars seats.

• Non-perishable food items.

Tax-deductible monetary donations are also welcome. For more information or questions, call Safe Harbors at 541-426-4004, or Kevin Warnock with the Masons at 541-432-0100.

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