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Signarama - Toys for TotsNow through December 14th, drop off a toy for Toys for Tots and get 10% off any Signarama product and service.


Signarama, 217 Graceland Dr Ste 2, Dothan, AL

Your CBD StoreYour CBD Store is accepting all nonperishable food items and toys here at our location for Mama Tina's Mission.

She feeds so many local people, and she also has an Angel Tree located inside with children's names on it for toys.


We will be a drop off point for food items and toys and we will be collecting these items through December 14th. All Help Is Greatly Appreciated.

Chili Cook Off!Dale EMS and Rescue Squad is hosting a Chili Cook Off and Fun Day on December 14th from 8am til 1pm at the Bean Bro Coffee Company in Daleville.

Bring your best to the Chili Cook Off and see if you go home with the first place medal from Bishop's Framing and Trophies!

Check out the Bake Sale!

Donate the gift of life to LifeSouth at the Blood Drive

Rescue a furry friend from All Breeds Rescue and Adoption 2 Jane’s Legacy

The Dale EMS and Rescue Squad Chili Cook Off and Fun Day is set for Saturday December 14th from 8 am til 1 pm at the coolest coffee shop in town, The Bean Bro, on North Daleville Avenue!

The gift baskets include goodies from the Bean Bro Coffee Company, Ingrids Jewelers and The Castle Cafe, 10-41 Designs LLC, Choppers Ol School BBQ, Salon Envy, The Grande Pawlace, Wiregrass Payment Solutions-SpotOn, The Mic Loop, and more!!!

We are super excited about the event and we look forward to seeing you there!!!

If you wish to enter an item into the bake sale or enter chili in the chili cook off, reach out to Dale EMS and Rescue Squad at 334.249.5284.
Donations for Family


Good morning Woof This is April Flowers. I am contacting yall to let ya know y'all are doing a great job keep up the good work!! Also was wanting to get the word out about the loss of my 14 yr old son Tyson Lewis Thomas of Abbeville AL. Back in March 26,2019 me and my family lost this sweet precious child due to an accidental drowning. His little brother found him and couldn't save him. Our family is trying to deal with this as best we can. His birthday would have been October 19,2019 and we still haven't had the funds to get him a headstone. He is at Sunset Memorial and we need $1950. We are praying to spread the word to get this heavenly angel a headstone.

May God bless whoever reads this and finds it in their heart to help in whatever way possible for more info you can contact me at 786-644-3546 April Flowers or Sunset Memorial Dothan.

Thank you and God bless!!
SARCOA, Area Agency on Aging

sarcoa.org
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To see projects that need your help visit: sarcoa.org
City of Dothan
Girls Scouts volunteers
All Breeds Rescue dog wish listCharlene Williams – 334-360-3091 – 1753 Gopher Ridge Rd, Samson AL 36477
Safe Haven Animal Rescue
SAFE HAVEN ANIMAL RESCUE IN ABBEVILLE IS IN NEED OF VOLUNTEERS.

TO FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN HELP PLEASE CALL CLAIRE RICE 334-585-0979
Wiregrass Spay Neuter
GRANT AWARD!!! The Wiregrass Spay Neuter Alliance (334)671-8111 received a grant to help residents of Houston County that receive public assistance. Dogs will cost $20 and cats will cost $10 to have them Spay/Neuter. Rabies vaccinations are $10. Please give us a call to see if you qualify. (334) 671-8111.
FUR pet food drives
Pet Food Drive for Felines Under Rescue!!

Felines Under Rescue (FUR) needs your help. Besides helping spay/neuter cats and dogs…… FUR helps feed hungry cats and dogs by supplying needy people with pet food. If you can donate a bag of cat food or dog food to FUR you can drop it off at ……Dothan Thrift Store…..1510 Montgomery Hwy….it is near Dothan Nursery. Tuesday through Saturday.
………………………………………………… Residents of Houston County who have a Medicaid card, food stamps, taniff, etc can get their dog spayed or neutered for $20 or their cat spayed/neutered for $10 at the Wiregrass Spay/Neuter Alliance, 570 S Foster Street, Dothan. Rabies shots are $10. Call 671-8111 for an appointment.
Girls Scouts
When Girls Succeed, So Does Society At the youngest ages, girls face both personal and societal obstacles that keep them from reaching their full potential. The ability of Girl Scouts, the leading expert on girls, to provide those fun and enriching experiences is more important than ever. Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama is here to lead southern Alabama’s girls into the future. The Girl Scout Research Institute’s “State of the Girl” details realities for many girls in Alabama. Girls in Alabama ranked 30th in terms of overall well-being. Girls ranked 21st in terms of emotional health, 33rd in physical health and safety, 34th in economic well-being, and 42nd in education. The report also notes that roughly 26 percent of school age girls in the state are currently living in poverty and around 8 percent of girls, ages 6 to 17, have experienced some form of neighborhood violence. These numbers leave much room for improvement. This report is the first of its kind to focus exclusively on girls, which allows Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama to direct its efforts of bettering their lives. With programs focusing in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), financial literacy, healthy eating and exercise, and reading readiness, the Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama has a positive impact on every girl we come into contact with. However, with decreases in funding and a lack of volunteers, our ability to serve girls is in serious jeopardy. Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama has the tools it takes to instill leadership skills into the girls of our future, but volunteers are desperately needed to put these tools to use. Adult volunteers are vital for the survival of Girl Scouts of Southern Alabama in continuing the mission of building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. For more information on how to volunteer or become Girl Scout contact Jennifer Thrash, Director of Membership Development, at 800-239-6636 or jthrash@girlscoutssa.org.
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Wounded Warriors
Social Security Launches New Expedited Disability Process for Veterans Fast-tracking Disability Decisions for Vets with 100% Permanentand Total Rating Carolyn W. Colvin, Acting Commissioner of Social Security, recently announced the launch of a new disability process to expedite disability claims filed by veterans with a Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) disability compensation rating of 100% Permanent & Total (P&T). Under the new process, Social Security will treat these veterans’ applications as high priority and issue expedited decisions, similar to the way the agency currently handles disability claims from Wounded Warriors.“We have reached another milestone for those who have sacrificed so much for our country and this process ensures they will get the benefits they need quickly,” said Acting Commissioner Colvin. “While we can never fully repay them for their sacrifices, we can be sure we provide them with the quality of service that they deserve. This initiative is truly a lifeline for those who need it most.”“No one wants to put America’s veterans through a bureaucratic runaround,” said Maryland Congressman John Sarbanes, a leading proponent for increasing assistance to veterans. “As the baby boomer generation ages and more veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan need care, this common sense change will help reduce backlogs and cut through unnecessary red tape so that our most disabled veterans receive the benefits they’ve earned.” In order to receive the expedited service, veterans must tell Social Security they have a VA disability compensation rating of 100% P&T and show proof of their disability rating with their VA Notification Letter.The VA rating only expedites Social Security disability claims processing and does not guarantee an approval for Social Security disability benefits. These veterans must still meet the strict eligibility requirements for a disability allowance.For information about this service, please visit www.socialsecurity.gov/pgm/disability-pt.htm. For more about Social Security’s handling of Wounded Warrior’s disability claims, please visit www.socialsecurity.gov/woundedwarriors.
Wildlife Land Trust
WILDLIFE LAND TRUST OUR WILDLIFE AND NATURAL LANDSCAPES ARE DISAPPEARING AT AN ALARMING RATE. FORTUNATELY, AS A CONCERNED LAND OWNER, YOU CAN HELP PREVENT SOME OF THIS LOSS. PROTECT YOUR LAND FOR THE FUTURE, AND PROHIBIT HUNTING AND TRAPPING OF THE ANIMALS WHO CALL IT HOME, BY WORKING WITH THE WILDLIFE LAND TRUST. CALL 1-800-729-SAVE, THAT’S 1-800-729-S-A–V-E THE WILDLIFE LAND TRUST, OR GO TO: WILDLIFELANDTRUST.ORG. THE WILDLIFE LAND TRUST, SAVING LIVES, BY SAVING LAND.
AwareRx
AwareRX WHEN IT COMES TO PRESCRIPTION MEDICATIONS, IT’S ESSENTIAL TO APPLY SAFE PRACTICES TO PROTECT YOUR HEALTH AND SAFETY. TO AVOID MISUSE AND ABUSE, NEVER SHARE OR BORROW MEDICATION. KEEP YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS OUT OF THE WRONG HANDS BY STORING THEM IN A LOCK BOX AND DISPOSING OF MEDICATION PROPERLY. FINALLY, UNDERSTAND YOUR PRESCRIPTION INFORMATION; DON’T BE AFRAID TO ASK YOUR PHARMACIST AND DOCTOR FOR HELP. AND IF BUYING PRESCRIPTIONS ONLINE, BE SURE TO USE VIPPS ACCREDITED PHARMACIES. LEARN MORE AT AWARE R-X DOT ORG
Red Cross Blood Drives
Red Cross Blood Drives

To give blood, you must weigh at least 110 pounds; you must be at least 17 years old (16 with parental consent), and you must be in general good health. If you are sick and cannot donate, please recruit a friend or family member to give in your place. All donors must have a photo ID or American Red Cross donor card. If you plan on giving blood:

Double your fluid intake in the 48 hours leading up to the drive.
Eat a nutritious meal the night before, as well as the day of, the blood drive.
Eat iron-rich foods such as lean beef, broccoli, eggs, greens, shrimp or dried beans.
Consume foods rich in Vitamin C, such as citrus fruits, cabbage, tomatoes and sweet potatoes.
Get a good night’s sleep before the drive.
The American Red Cross Blood Services, Alabama and Central Gulf Coast Region, which supplies blood to approximately 100 hospitals, needs 600 blood donors each day to meet the needs of patients in the region. Please call 1-800-RED-CROSS or visit www.redcrossblood.org to make an appointment to donate blood or platelets. The need is constant. The gratification is instant. Give blood.
S.O.S. Animal Shelter
The S.O.S. Animal Shelter in Enterprise needs your help…

The Shelter is always in need of volunteers to help walk and wash dogs, play with and socialize all of the animals and, of course, do all of the down-and-dirty chores that come with caring for the animals. Volunteers at the Shelter must be at least 14 years old or supervised by a parent, and must be able to follow rules and guidance given by the manager. The Shelter is happy to be recognized by the Enterprise High School National Honor Society as an organization for which members may receive all of their required community service hours this year. To arrange to volunteer at the Shelter, call 334-393-1743 from 9a-5p Monday-Saturday or 8a-4p on Sunday. “Like” Us On Facebook for updates! Wish list: Pine Sol, bleach, hand soap, HE laundry detergent, scoopable cat litter, disposable gloves, 13 gallon trash bags, towels & blankets, welded wire kennels (10’x6′), combo printer/scanner/fax machine, wall mounted cabinets.
Employer Support of the Guard
Today, nearly half our nation’s fighting forces are members of the Guard and Reserve. When they are called to active duty, they leave behind a family, a community, and a job. Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve, a Department of Defense agency, honors and protects the bond between service members and their civilian employers. Whether serving our country or supporting those who do, we all serve. To learn more about ESGR, call 1-800-336-4590, or visit www.esgr.mil
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How to Help

Lee County Disaster Fund

To make donations, site the "Lee County Disaster Fund".
334-744-1020
info@cfeastalabama.org

The recovery fund has been set up for donors seeking an official conduit to contribute monetarily to the recovery effort. The Community Foundation of East Alabama will receive, hold, and disperse monies contributed to this fund in a manner deemed appropriate by the CFEA Board of Directors with input from the Lee County Emergency Management Agency, and members of a Tornado Recovery Committee. All distributions will help serve the needs of the Lee County residents who were affected by this disaster.

Contributions may be made on the Community Foundation of East Alabama by mail to Community Foundation of East Alabama, P. O. Box 165, Opelika, Alabama 36803-0165. Please make checks payable to the CFEA and designate LCTRF. Contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by the law. For additional information, please contact Barbara Patton at 334-744-1020

Salvation Army

helpsalvationarmy.org Look for the 2019 Tornado Outbreak dropdown.

Call 800-SAL-ARMY (800-725-2769)
Specifically say that you are calling to donate for the March 2019 Tornado Outbreak.

Red Cross
Call 800-RED-CROSS (800-733-2767)

Donate to RedCross and say you want to help: "southern tornadoes and floods disaster relief"

Text REDCROSS to 90999 to donate $10 to disaster relief.

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