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Peterbrooke Helping Tuscaloosa Tornado Victims
Peterbrooke Helping Tuscaloosa Tornado Victims

All Jacksonville-area Peterbrooke shops including Fernandina and St. Augustine are collecting non-perishable items that will be donated to the Tuscaloosa, AL tornado relief efforts. 

The items will be picked up from each of the Peterbrooke locations and delivered to the Peterbrooke shop in Tuscaloosa, which has been acting as a key drop-off location since the tornado ripped the area last month.

Peterbrooke Tuscaloosa is owned by Jacksonville native, Heather Reier, who moved to Tuscaloosa eight years ago.  Immediately after the tornado, Reier began using her Peterbrooke shop as a drop-off location for relief efforts to help try and re-build her community.

To donate items, please stop by any Jacksonville-area Peterbrooke shop today through Sunday, May 15

Although the shops are accepting all non-perishable items, the company is now focusing on new schools supplies and new shoes for kids to help out the schools that have been affected.

Donation Suggestions Include: #2 pencils, Crayons, glue sticks, Elmer’s Glue, broad tip markers, scissors, rulers, red, blue and black pens, spiral notebooks, lined paper, construction paper, 3-ring binders, pencil cases, books of any kind, calculators, scientific calculators, subject dividers, pocket dictionary, pocket thesaurus, pencil sharpeners, highlighters, White-out, tape, staples/staplers, staple removers, backpacks, etc.

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