Southwick police, fire collecting donations for first responders impacted by Hurricane Michael

Hampden County

The Southwick police and fire departments are collecting donations for first responders that were impacted by Hurricane Michael.

According to the Southwick Police Chief Kevin Bishop told 22News, donations can be dropped off any time until 8 a.m. Wednesday at a trailer parked outside the Southwick Police Department. 

Items needed include: 

  • toiletries 
  • household goods
  • baby supplies
  • bottled water
  • non-perishable foods
  • bottled water

Bishop said there is also a box inside the trailer for children to leave letters of well wishes or encouragement for firefighters, police, or the children of firefighters or police.

Checks and gift cards are also being accepted as donations. Checks should be made out to PCB Care Inc. — Law Enforcement Only, and can be dropped off at the Public Safety Dispatch Window on 11 Depot Street.

If you can’t make it to the drop-off point but still want to donate, checks can also be mailed to 17115 Panama City Beach Parkway, Panama City Beach FL 32413.

Members of Southwick Police and Fire will drive the donation trailer to Templeton so the goods can be delivered to the collection point at the Panama City Beach Police Department.

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