Nanticoke Health Services’ Security Team donates items to support Code Purple

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Nanticoke Health Services’ Security Team donated items to support the Code Purple effort.

SUSSEX COUNTY – The Security Team at Nanticoke Health Services recently presented representatives from Code Purple Sussex County with donations to help those in need during the winter season.

Items collected during the month of November will be distributed to Code Purple shelters in Western Sussex County.

Code Purple Sussex County offers emergency shelter and aid to the homeless on cold nights when the temperature is expected to fall below 32 degrees.

Code Purple shelter locations in western and central Sussex County include Pathway Shelter at Stein Highway Church of God in Seaford, Laurel Nazarene, Georgetown Presbyterian, Gateway Fellowship in Bridgeville, Mount Olivet United Methodist Church in Seaford and Milford Multicultural Center.

To make arrangements to stay at a Code Purple shelter listed, call the Code Purple Hotline at 302-519-0024.

For more information about Code Purple Sussex County including ways you can help, go to

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