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Digital Harbor Foundation Tech Center is a drop-off point for donations

Goods will be taken to locations that lost access to supplies after Monday's violence.

Items donated to the Digital Harbor Foundation following #BaltimoreUprising. (Courtesy photo)

The Digital Harbor Foundation Tech Center in Federal Hill is collecting donations Friday for people left in need as a result of Monday’s violence.
Delegate Brooke Lierman organized the drop-off point, and is also coordinating delivery to rec centers and churches in West Baltimore and other spots where fires and looting left people without access to stores to purchase goods.
Here’s what’s requested:

Drop off toiletries (everything from toothbrushes & shampoo to feminine hygiene products) and kid-appropriate food (juice boxes, clementines, snack boxes) on Thursday and Friday for distribution around the City.

The drop-off event is being held from 2-6 p.m., but DHF already posted some donations this morning (pictured above).
The tech center is located at 1045 Light St.

Companies: Digital Harbor Foundation

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