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2018 Holiday Charity Drive to benefit Southeastern Veterans' Center

Posted on Friday Nov 30, 2018 in News

Holiday Drive 2018 for Southeastern Veterans Center


As 2018, our 81st year, draws to a close, we reflect on our blessings. We here at Cooney Brothers have much to be thankful for: caring employees, accommodating vendors, and a promising year ahead. Most of all we are thankful for our customers, who we are proud to call our friends.

With so much to be thankful for, the Cooney Brothers family has chosen to use our good fortune to help make a difference in our community. Internally we will be collecting items for the Southeastern Veterans' Center, a residential facility serving nearly 300 service men and women, located in Spring City, PA. We would like to extend an invitation to you, our friend: Please join us this Holiday Season, in supporting this worthy cause.



How to Participate


To participate, simply collect items in need. You can drop off your donation at Cooney Brothers in Plymouth Meeting or we may be able to pick it up from your place of business (please call us at 610-272-2100 to schedule a date.) We will be accepting items through December 14, 2018. Thank you in advance!



Items in Need


- *Most Urgent* Gift Cards: Walmart, Target, Amazon, Visa. By donating gift cards you ensure each Veteran receives exactly what he or she needs.
- Monetary donations made to the Residents' Welfare Fund. The fund is used to provide activities, trips and entertainment to residents
And more: Download the full wish list.



About Southeastern Veterans' Center (SEVC)


Southeastern Veterans' Center (SEVC) is located in Spring City, Chester County. SEVC currently accommodates 292 veterans (including approx 50 women). The new four-story building, with 140,000 square feet of living space, has 154 skilled nursing beds of which 30 are reserved for veterans with memory impairment. It is one of six state facilities operated by the Pennsylvania Department of Military and Veterans Affairs.

Visit their website to learn more.




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