Tue September 5, 2017
The Joliet Park District has joined the City of Joliet and Cadence Premier Logistics' efforts to bring supplies and relief to Hurricane Harvey victims in Texas. Beginning Tuesday, September 5, anyone wishing to contribute may bring items to any of these locations:
-City Hall Parking Lot located on DesPlaines Street (west side of City Hall)
-Inwood Athletic Club located at 3000 West Jefferson Street
-Wedgewood Golf Course located at Route 59 and Caton Farm Road
Once donations are collected, Cadence has volunteered to deliver the items to Hurricane Harvey victims in Texas.
DROP-OFF HOURS: 8AM - 4:30 PM (Mon. – Fri.)
Accepted items include:
Toiletries (i.e. shampoo, body wash, soap, toothpaste, toothbrushes, tampons, etc.)
Cleaning supplies (i.e. bleach, heavy duty cleaners, dish soap, sponges, etc.)
Black construction-grade trash bags
Mops and buckets
Heavy-duty work gloves
Latex / Nitrile gloves
Pre-boxed / pre-packaged / cases of bottled water, juice, diapers, and canned vegetables.
Dog / cat food
Items NOT accepted: clothing, toys, or household furnishings.
Receiving organizations do not have the ability to sort these types of donations at this time.
Joliet Mayor Bob O’Dekirk stated, “I want to personally thank Cadence for once again being a great neighbor and partnering with the City. The people of Joliet have always come together to help other communities in need and I am sure the response will be the same for the people in Texas and Louisiana.”