Stockton student donates clothes to Atlantic City Rescue Mission | Popgen Tech
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Stockton University student Kali Vota didn’t want the year to end without helping the Atlantic City Rescue Mission for a second time.
This month, Votto, who is studying social work at Stockton, donated 112 bags of clothing to help the Rescue Mission provide for people this winter.
This round adds to the 230 aid packages Votta donated to the Rescue Mission in March.
“It is very important to help others in need as much as possible because we are all human beings who deserve to have their needs met,” Votto said.
Each of Votta’s 112 bags included jackets, hats, gloves, shoes and other clothing items, for a total of 2,306 items.
Donors for Votta’s second project this year include Stockton faculty and staff, the Alcove Center for Grieving Children and Families in Northfield and Whalen’s Auto Repair and Tires at the Cape May Courthouse.
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