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Be Safe Campaign by Family Service of RI

Family Service of Rhode Island, a statewide non-profit, has created the “Be Safe” campaign.

 

BeSafe is a delivery service for isolated people who can’t shop or afford home delivery. BeSafe is free for anyone in need of cleaning products, food or other basic items.

 

Visit www.familyserviceri.org/besafe or call 401-519-2283 to get help.

 

BeSafe needs more donations, because it’s getting 150 requests a day! Donate by texting BESAFE to 44321 or visit www.familyserviceri.org/besafe.  Or call 401-519-2269.  Companies wishing to donate products should also call that number or visit the website.

 

Family Service of Rhode Island has set up donation levels for any company or person wishing to be a major donor.  Please contact Maggie Slane at 401-331-1350 ext. 3840.

 

Major sponsors include: Bank of America, Cardi’s Furniture & Mattresses, the CharterCARE Foundation, Neighborhood Health Plan, the Rhode Island Foundation, Steer LLC, and the United Way of Rhode Island.

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