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Annual Holiday Sock Drive is underway

Kalker Podiatry is teaming up three local homeless shelters

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Newtown podiatrist Dr. Lawrence Kalker is once again partnering with Valley Youth House in Warminster, the Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter in Levittown and the Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless in Doylestown for the 10th annual Holiday Sock Drive to benefit the three facilities.

The Sock Drive takes place now through Jan. 1. Since 2013, this initiative has collected more than 13,000 brand new pairs of socks from patients and community members. All new socks for children and adults are accepted. Socks may be dropped off at Kalker Podiatry, 6 S. Sycamore St. in Newtown. Please drop off sock donations in the marked container outside of the office.

Valley Youth House is a 13-bed facility for runaways, homeless, troubled, abused and neglected boys and girls ages 17 and under. The shelter is a safe haven for young people with the ultimate goal of having them rejoin their families. Visit valleyyouthhouse.org or call 215-422-9760.

The Bucks County Emergency Homeless Shelter, operated by Family Service Association of Bucks County, is a temporary residence for individuals and families who have lost safe and stable housing. Visit fsabc.org or call 215-949-1727.

The Coalition to Shelter and Support the Homeless is an alliance of faith-based and community service organizations assisting unsheltered adults in Central Bucks County. Visit co2ssh.org or call 866-390-0291.

Kalker specializes in geriatric, pediatric and family foot care and treats all conditions affecting the foot and ankle, including sports injuries and diabetic foot disorders. Visit KalkerPodiatry.com or call 215-948-4048.

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