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UWF Police SUV filled with Cram-a-Cop-Car donations

Cram-a-Cop-Car (printable PDF flyer)

The UWF Police Department's way of life is to Serve and Protect. Our Sr. Police Communications Office, Sandra Bermejo, is from the Marianna, FL community that was hit hard by Hurricane Michael. Items from the list below were collected at Blue Wahoos Stadium on Saturday, November 3, 2018, from noon to 4 p.m. An entire police SUV was filled with donations. On Wednesday, November 7, Officer Bermejo, Sabra Cupples, and Office Oram set out to Marianna with the full SUV. The items were taken to Lighthouse Community Church for distribution.  

NEEDED ITEMS: Tarps & Camping Tents • Cleaning Supplies:Trash Bags, Brooms, Mops, Disinfectant Wipes, Bleach, Laundry and Dish Detergent • Gloves • Pet Supplies • Baby Food, Diapers and Pull Ups (sizes 5-7) • Baby Sunblock and Bug Spray • Diaper Rash Cream and Ointment • Non-Perishable Food Items • Paper Towels • Flashlights and Lanterns: Solar and Battery • Batteries • Hammers and Duct Tape • Sunscreen, Hand Sanitizer and Bug Spray • Toiletries: Toothpaste, Toothbrushes, Wet Wipes, Deodorant, Dry Shampoo, Conditioner, Razors • Underwear and Depends • Plastic and Paper Plates and Flatware. No Water, Clothing or Household items at this time, please.

Thank you everyone for your donations and a special thanks to Police Chief Marc Cossich and Captain David Faircloth for the assistance and support in this effort.