‘Warm Hearts ‘ sock drive will continue through end of month

Weeks Funeral Home in Enumclaw and Buckley is collecting all sorts of socks.

Looking to help their neighbors in need, staff at the Weeks family of funeral homes has launched a “Warm Hearts and Feet” campaign.

During the month of February, socks of all sizes and colors will be collected at all of the Weeks-operated locations, stretching from Seattle to Centralia. All are encouraged to donate, as socks are one of the most-requested items at shelters and clothing banks.

In this area, anyone wishing to make a donation can deliver socks to: Weeks Funeral Home in Enumclaw, 1810 Wells Ave.; Weeks Funeral Home in Buckley, 451 Cemetery Rd.; or Enumclaw Evergreen Memorial Park, 23717 S.E. 416th St.

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