From WSJM.com, December 14, 2015:
SuperHits COSY Radio’s first ever Project Personal Care collection drive is being called a success. COSY’s Paul Layendecker says the effort was launched to help the Southwest Michigan Community Action Agency collect things many people might now think to donate this time of year — hygiene items.
“I know the SMCAA was very thankful,” Layendecker told WSJM. “I know it will help a lot of people, not just now but in the months to come because we got so many personal care items. It just feels good to do something for the community.”
The first ever Project Personal Care, held outside of the Village Market in South Haven Thursday and Friday, collected ten carts full of items. Volunteers also sold more than 50 pre-stuffed bags of items, and raised more than 400 dollars. Layendecker says they’ll do it again next year.
The Southwest Michigan Community Action Agency and SuperHits 103.7 COSY FM are teaming up for the inaugural Project Personal Care. WSJM’s Ray Gustafson was there.