Penn Wynne Fire Company's MLK Day Support Helps Cradles to Crayons Achieve Record Collection
Penn Wynne Overbrook Hills Fire Company's Martin Luther King Day Drop-Off Site Helps Cradles to Crayons Achieve its Largest-Ever Collection Event -
Chris Millay, engineer at the Penn Wynne Overbrook Hills Fire Company, is joined by, left to right, Delaney, Dana and Declan Mannion (his second cousins), all Havertown residents, on Martin Luther King Day of Service. The Mannion family was at the Fire Company’s drop off-site to donate their no longer needed clothes, shoes and toys for Cradles to Crayons. Joining in the photo are, left to right, Selena Brown, Cradles to Crayons’ outreach coordinator; Steve Kaercher, engineer with the Penn Wynne Overbrook Hills Fire Company; and Nancy Odell, a Cradles to Crayons’ champion volunteer. The Mannions’ donation, earmarked for distribution to children, birth to age 12, living in low-income or homeless situations in the five-county southeastern Pennsylvania area, was part of the largest region-wide product collection in Cradles to Crayons (www.cradlestocrayons.org) history.