Fairview Town Center Taking Donations For Harvey Victims

Fairview Town Center Accepting Donations For Hurricane Harvey Victims

                                                                                                                                     

In response to the request for donations for Hurricane Harvey victims that will be coming to Dallas, Fairview Town Center will be collecting requested items effective immediately.  Donations can be dropped off at the Fairview Town Center Security Office, located at 329 Town Place, Fairview TX75069 between iPic Theatres and Splitsville Bowling. Donations may be dropped off 24/7. “Our goal is to make it easy for Collin County residents to help,” said Kyle Williams, Fairview Town Center General Manager.  “Fairview Town Center is uniquely suited to assist with donation collection and can make runs with large amounts of donations to the convention center.”

Requested items include new underwear and socks for men, women, children and infants (all sizes), new warm ups/sweats for men, women, children and infants (all sizes), toiletries, hygiene products, and baby formula, diapers and wipes.  In addition, portable cribs such as Pack N Plays are also needed.  All items must be new.  All donation will be delivered to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas by Fairview Town Center team members.

“Our hearts go out to our neighbors to the South,” comments Wendy Ellis, Fairview Town Center Marketing Director.  “We encourage all Collin County residents to help if they can and hope that we can make donating easier by offering a collection location in Collin County.”

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About Fairview Town Center: Fairview Town Center is located at the intersection of US75 and Stacy Road in Fairview, TX, and includes national and regional retailers, restaurants and entertainment venues such as Dillard's, Macy's, JCPenney, The Container Store, Old Navy, Buckle, Express, Versona Accessories, Gloria’s, Wild Salsa, Cane Rosso, Splitsville Luxury Lanes and iPic Theaters.  Visit Fairview Town Center online at www.fairviewtowncenter.com.

 

Wendy Ellis