Several volunteers who collected suitcases for foster children included (l-r) Lauren Mallory, Anitra Hill, Ruth Riddick and Yolanda Davis-Brooks, seen Tuesday. The suitcases were collected under a program called Luggage of Love.

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Several volunteers who collected suitcases for foster children included (l-r) Lauren Mallory, Anitra Hill, Ruth Riddick and Yolanda Davis-Brooks, seen Tuesday. The suitcases were collected under a program called Luggage of Love.

Luggage of Love: 63 suitcases raised for foster kids

“I believe in the mission because children are a vulnerable population.”


Anitra Hill
Commenting 
on Luggage of 
Love program

By Corinne Saunders

The Daily Advance

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Witnessing foster children who typically carted possessions around in trash bags receive suitcases in Durham led Yolanda Davis-Brooks to organize a “Luggage of Love” campaign in April to address the same need in Pasquotank County.

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