Al Sigl Community of Agencies
(This month's article lists all charities in the Rochester area who need help with their Fundraising Events. It also appears as a separate Memo item in this page.)
ROC THE DAY makes it super easy to make year-end cash donations to local charities of your choice.
Graphic Design: website graphics, edit brochures, create flyers, and more.
Web Design: someone who is comfortable editing our Wix-based website platform.
Please contact Janelle Stone: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The two-mile round trip rides through the scenic Genesee Valley countryside will depart the museum at 11:30, 12:30, 1:30, 2:30 and 3:30 on August 21. No reservations are required.
Trolley cars now operated by the museum hark back to the "interurban era" of a hundred years ago when large, fast electric trolley cars offered service between Rochester and Buffalo, Syracuse and Geneva. A clean, comfortable alternative to steam trains, interurban trolleys around the country were a favorite means of travel from 1900 to the start of the Great Depression.
The museum's historic trolley ride is included with admission of $10 adults, $9 seniors (65+) and $6 youths (age 3 - 12). Featured exhibits enjoyed by all ages include a steam locomotive, a giant model railroad, and the Midtown Plaza Monorail. Museum hours are 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. and visitors are urged to arrive by 3:00 for time to see everything.
The museum is located just 20 minutes south of Rochester at 6393 East River Road in Rush, one mile north of Rt. 251 (I-390 exit 11). www.nymtmuseum.org email@example.com (585) 533-1113
- St. Peter's Kitchen 6th Annual Golf Tournament: Friday, September 9, 2022, at Eagle Vale Golf Course in Fairport.
St. Peter's Kitchen • Join by registering online.
- Volunteers of America Golf Tournament: Monday, September 12, 2022, at Locust Hill Country Club.
Cheryl Marshall 585-736-2487 • https://www.voaupny.org/events
The 7/24 event at the New York Museum of Transportation 7/24 is SOLD OUT., but consider attending on
Riverton Day: Sunday, July 17.
Family-friendly prices ($10 or less) and no reservations required for trolley rides.
Location is the St. Vincent DePaul Store in the basement of St. Michael's Hall. Find it at 124 Evergreen St. (behind 869 Clinton Avenue, access from Clifford Avenue.)
Stock Includes antiques, collectibles, athletic equipment, electronics, and other items that are not basic household items. Quality merchandise at bargain prices. Proceeds raised at the sale go to support the St. Vincent De Paul Ministry to help the poor in our parish live a better life.
Register at This Link.
Register at This Link.
• volunteer check-in • rest stop • parking • traffic control
• start/ finish line cheer team • lunch tent and more.
Register at http://signup.com/go/upstatetour2022.
Pirate Toy Fund needs new, unwrapped toys.
Sunset House needs volunteer caregivers.
Recovery All Ways needs grocery items and clothing for folks living with substance abuse disorders, mental illness, homelessness.
Dimitri House is actively seeking volunteers to support residents in its permanent housing initiative at Mamczur Place.
These residents need a personal touch, a friend to help them figure out the bus system; a friend to help them budget, shop for groceries, learn how to cook and clean their apartment.
Can you be that friend? If so please contact Laurie Jones-Prizel, Executive Director, at 585-325-1796.
Maggie Harris at Community Lutheran Ministry, 942 Joseph Ave., sends the following request:
"We are trying to locate some Refrigerators for the Ministry.
Please help - we can pick up. Thanks."
You can reach Maggie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 585-338-2420.
Charities: Mr. Bob Riley has been contributing his time and talent as a DJ or MC for several years. Music can be a big factor in increasing morale. Contact Bob at (email@example.com) or 585-241-1345 (days).
to bring the needs of local charities to the public.
The printed article will appear in Sunday's (December 19) printed edition. Thanks to the D&C for helping get the word out.
A recent offer from a donor who had a collection of old buttons received four quick responses from agencies with craft projects, etc. The original collection is gone, but the following agencies are still looking for old buttons. If you can help, please contact the agencies directly:
Depaui • Mary Cariola Children's Center • Monroe Community Hospital
The following agencies are gratefully accepting warm, clean winter clothing that you no longer use. For detailed information about the charity, see their page on the website.
o Agape Haven of Abundance (coats, sweaters, hats) 585-434-0109
o Asbury First Storehouse (shoes, coats, and boots) 585-473-0950
o Birthright of Rochester (mittens, hats, snowsuits) 585-385-2100
o Carlson MetroCenter YMCA (children's winter clothes 585-263-4267
o Catholic Charities Community Services (hats, gloves) 585-339-9800 x378
o Catholic Family Center (CFC) (winter coats, boots) 585-546-7220 x7022
o Center for Youth Services (gloves, hat, scarves) 585-473-2464
o Delphi Rise (winter items) 585-467-2230 x428
o Dimitri House (winter apparel) 585-325-1796
o Easterseals NY (winter hats & gloves, snow pants) 585-957-7206
o Focus Pregnancy Help Center (adult jackets, coats) 585-200-9477
o Friendship Children's Center (child snow pants, boots) 585-342-7250
o Greece Food Shelf & Clothing Closet (winter clothes) 585-397-2192
o House of Mercy (boots) 585-546-2580 x106
o Irondequoit Community Cupboard (coats) 585-336-9107
o The Margaret Home (for babies and children) 585-673-8008
o Mission Share (winter hats, gloves, coats) 585-368-0744
o Oregon Leopold Child Care Center (winter clothing) 585-288-0074
o Planned Parenthood (winter coats, hats, gloves, etc.) 585-546-7771 x1296
o Recovery Houses of Rochester (men's clothing) 585-802-8709
o Refugees Helping Refugees 585-563-7747
o St. Joseph's House of Hospitality (winter outerwear) 585-353-9882
o Saint's Place (winter coats) 585-385-6860
o The Salvation Army (hats, gloves, scarves) 585-987-9500 x2320
o Villa of Hope (new coats and sweatshirts) 585-865-1550