The GCDP Huddle is a service organization that works to improve the lives of the people of Greenville County by listening to, connecting with, and offering labor, expertise, and support for our neighbors. We lend our shoulders, knowledge, and hearts, not just at election time, but all of the time, because we want to show that Democrats Care.
We are the in-person representatives of the vision, values, and priorities of the Greenville County Democratic Party come to life in our neighborhoods and community. Our unofficial motto is “How can we help?”
Supply collection for the Upstate Circle of Friends
We are collecting school supplies for students of The Upstate Circle of Friends until December 28, 2018. Donations can be brought daily to the GCDP offices between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Supplies needed (as determined by the Greenville County School system) are:
- colored pencils
- wide-ruled composition notebooks
- dry erase markers
- no. 2 pencils
- washable glue sticks
- paper folders with pockets and prongs
- hand sanitizer in dispensing pump bottles
- washable Crayola markers
- Fiskar scissors
- tissue boxes
- gallon zipper plastic bags
- Magic Rub erasers
- wide-ruled spiral-bound notebooks
- clear plastic school supplies boxes
- Post-It sticky notes
- 1″ view binders
- 4×6″ index cards
- wide-ruled filler notebook paper
- clear pencil pouches
- canisters of disinfectant wipes
Contact Whitney Wright for more information.
Meals on Wheels
The GCDP Huddle is supporting Meals on Wheels of Greenville County to make the holiday season brighter for seniors and homebound individuals in our community by collecting filled gift bags that that were distributed by Meals on Wheels drivers to their clients in December.
Twenty-five gift bags including everything from gloves and scarves to cookies, puzzles, flashlights and pill organizers were donated and delivered to Meals on Wheels clients the week of Dec. 1.
The Homeless Period Project packing party
Greenville County’s homeless face daily assaults on their health, safety and human dignity. Homeless women have additional, specific challenges to their health, safety and human dignity. The Homeless Period Project offers meaningful support by providing feminine hygiene products to meet these basic needs.
The GCDP Huddle is proud to support the work of the Homeless Period Project. Members of the Huddle, organized by Gayle Hewitt, joined by other community members, put together 940 packages of products for distribution to homeless shelters and schools. Learn more about HPP and its work or contact Gayle Hewitt for more information.
Interested in joining the GCDP Huddle? Contact Whitney Wright for information.