WMNF | WMNF and The Bautista Project collect supplies for homeless people in Tampa Bay


WMNF is organizing a Holiday Drive in support of the Bautista project.

The local nonprofit, The Bautista Project, cares for members of the homeless community in Tampa. The group listened to and mentors those in need in our community. By developing individualized plans that meet the specific needs of each homeless person, they create programs that will help homeless community members thrive and successfully return to work and home.

WMNF has partnered with Project Bautista this holiday season to collect supplies for members of our community in need. You can help by dropping any of the items listed on this page to WMNF or our events by December 5th.

Supplies needed

From November 29 to December 5, we will be collecting new and unopened items such as:

Underwear for men and women (S, M, L)
Travel-size toiletries
Ziploc Gallon Bags
Backpacks / Sleeping bags
Feminine sanitary products
Washcloths / Body Soap
Toothbrushes / Toothpaste
Razors / Combs
Sweaters (S, M, L)
(We ask that all items be new and unopened)

Drop off locations

WMNF community radio
November 29 – December 5
1210 E. Dr Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. Tampa
Hours of deposit: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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Friday December 3 – NEW WORLD BREWERY
810 E. Skagway Ave, Tampa, Florida 33604
Deposit hours: 6 pm-10pm

Saturday 4 December – CAGE BREWING
2001 1st. Ave. S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712
Drop off times: 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.

About the Bautista project

The mission of the Bautista project – We are driven by a single objective; doing our part to make the world a better place for all. We strive to build productive relationships and make a positive impact in our community. We provide basic essentials, educational resources, support groups and other resources needed to help homeless community members reintegrate.

More at thebautistaprojectinc.org, Facebook, Instagram, & Twitter.

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