KUDOS | Children’s association donates $3,900 to Langley food bank

  • Wednesday, January 25, 2017 2:00pm
  • Life

Providence General Children’s Association awarded $3,900 to Whidbey Island Nourishes in support of their Backpack and Self-Serve Food Programs which serve food-insecure children on South Whidbey.

The funds will help purchase groceries so that more than 2,000 meals each month can be distributed through the elementary school, high school, teen center and Family Resource Center.

Providence General Children’s Association is a non-profit organization with a mission to promote and contribute to the health care needs of children in the Northwest Region of Washington. To learn more about ways to volunteer or support Providence General Children’s Association, visit http://washington.providence.org/donate/providence-general-childrens-association.

For further information, contact Debbie Finch, allocations chair, Providence General Children’s Association at dfinch@windermere.com.

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