International Paper donates $2,500 to UCAP to benefit personal care program

International Paper recently donated $2,500 to the United Community Assistance Program for its personal care program. Pictured from left are Sherry Butler and Jan Michaels from UCAP, Holly Osborn and Robert McMonigle from International Paper, and Alyce Bode from UCAP. (Photo provided)

The United Community Assistance Program (UCAP) expresses its thanks for a generous donation recently made by the International Paper Company of Three Rivers. The $2,500 grant will support UCAP’s new program to provide personal care hygiene and cleaning products for people who are having financial difficulties.

UCAP is a non-profit 501(c)(3) program that operates an Assistance Office and Stone Cottage Free Store for people in St. Joseph County who find themselves in difficult situations. Both are open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9 a.m. – noon.

The UCAP Assistance Office is located inside of First Presbyterian Church, 320 N. Main St., and can be reached at 269-244-4599. The UCAP Stone Cottage Free Store is located at the corner of Bennett and West streets and can be reached at 269-535-2786.


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