One part of our mission at Delaware Housewives in the City is to support our community. This month we will be working with Code Purple - Kent County.
Code Purple is a statewide movement that helps people who are homeless find a place of refuge or shelter when winter weather conditions become too dangerous for individuals or families to remain outside. Typically, the weather and wind chill must fall below 32 degrees. Code Purple sites are staffed by trained volunteers and usually are located at Houses of Worship (churches) and targeted shelters that provide a safe, warm and short-term shelter which can last up to 24-hrs. (Code Purple website)
Please plan on bringing a donation for Code Purple - Kent County to our January 30th event. For every donation you bring, you will receive an extra entry into our raffle that evening.
- bottled water
- individual snacks
- iced tea mix
- paper products
Thank you for your anticipated generosity!
Hi. My name is Kelley Cole and I am the new Social Media and Event Coordinator for Delaware Housewives in the City. I am a mom to two amazing kids. My daughter (P) is 12 and my son (T) is 8. My husband works for a local education association and also serves on Dover's City Council. I was a high school English teacher for 16 years before leaving the classroom to work part-time as a trainer for an educational software company. I make sure I reserve time to play tennis, read chick lit, travel, and enjoy the small things in life (like wine and chocolate).