Tuesday, June 13th, 2017 by Amy Brown
DryZone is proud to be a certified donation collection for the Code Purple Sussex County initiative. Code Purple is activated when overnight temperatures are expected to drop below 32 degrees. When this occurs, emergency shelters provide for needs of people who are not otherwise able to have shelter against freezing temperatures. The mission of Code Purple Sussex County is to offer shelter to those with no home by utilizing the local churches, their sanctuaries, time and talent and support to save lives during cold weather in Sussex County and to offer hope for a future to the least of these.
While Code Purple is a cold weather initiative, donations are collected to support these emergency shelters throughout the year. Items such as non-perishable foods, sample sized health and beauty aides, paper goods, and articles of clothing are among the items specifically sought by the shelters. Please come and visit us at the DryZone Red Barn with your donations for Code Purple Suseex County.