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April 16, 2018 — It’s National Volunteer Week and no more fitting time to let you know that TEGNA, Arby’s Foundation and Points of Light announced that the Wenatchee Valley is one of 13 Make A Difference Day National Award winners. This year’s winning projects were selected from nearly 800 projects that took place on Make A[…]
ANIMAL Hale Dog Park was cleaned up. Trusting Spirit Horse Rescue area was cleaned up; 2 shelters constructed. Boxes of pet food were collected and donated to Wenatchee Humane Society. CHILDREN Bikes for Kids. 88 bikes given away; $10.00 collected. Bike repair clinic. Bikes repaired; 7 bikes donated to bike repair clubs. Books for children.[…]
Makenna Schwab, Austin Andrus and Kyle Steinburg at Cherry Creek Media record Public Service Announcements 10-4-2017 Thank you for lending your voices in support of Make a Difference Day today. And thank you Kyle Steinburg and Wenatchee Auto Body and Fender for your matching challenge to donate up to $5,000 to Makenna’s project to benefit[…]
Join us at our community information meeting in preparation for Make a Difference Day! Share details about your project, network, find volunteers, or volunteer for an existing project. Details: Wednesday Oct. 18, 2017, at 4 p.m. at The Wenatchee World, 14 N. Mission St.
$200 Grants Available for Make A Difference Day Projects Deadline October 1, 2017 The Community Foundation of NCW is now accepting applications for grants to support Make A Difference Day projects in the Wenatchee Valley. Grants up to $200 are available to organizations or individuals that are planning a project this year and participated in[…]
Join us at our community information meeting in preparation for Make a Difference Day! Share details about your project, network, find volunteers, or volunteer for an existing project. Details: Wednesday Sept. 27, 2017, at 4 p.m. at The Wenatchee World, 14 N. Mission St.