My religious hospital is always having some kind of fund raiser, asking for money, donations of time, collecting for Christmas baskets and back-to-school-backpacks, food pantries, the Lenten diaper drive, soliciting for nine different kinds of cancer, Sister Mary Clarence's beer fund, inner city victory gardens, windmills over Holland, employees with acute need, orphans in third world countries, etc, etc, etc. It is something every single week, literally. For a non-profit, they seem to want to squeeze every last penny out of the people who work there. I pick my battles and one or two things a year. I prefer to choose my own charities mostly.
So as I perused the Potty Notes, I came across this interesting nugget:
"Collecting Items for the Homless (sic)"