What happens when the Southwest Washington community unites to participate in one day of giving designed to directly benefit non-profit organizations in Clark, Cowlitz and Skamania counties? For a 24-hour period on September 20, 2018 “Give More 24!” did just
As a mother of six teen and young adult children I am invested in my children discovering their best selves. One of these ways is seeking opportunities for service in our communities particularly at this time of year. In a
Southwest Washington is teeming with charitable organizations that serve, support, and encourage others in order to make our community a better place for all to live. But most of these organizations rely on personal donations to help sustain their efforts.
For 24 Hours, Let's Give MORE! Give More 24! is southwest Washington's largest day of giving. The one day when our entire region comes together--online and offline--and gives for 24 hours straight. More than 100 nonprofits serving southwest Washington will participate
The Martin Luther King Toiletries for Teen Drive 2016 was a huge success, thanks to the Evergreen School District Foundation (ESDF) Pantry Project, the City of Vancouver, Kaiser Permanente, Bridge Chiropractic and the many parent, student and community volunteers who
The holidays are supposed to be happy, but when it comes to gift giving, it’s easy to become consumed by anxiety and expectation. This pressure is sometimes magnified for families who have many obligations and persuasive little ones with giant
Donating time or money to a charitable organization often brings both personal satisfaction to the donating individual and much needed resources to the receiving organization and the community it serves. For many years I have experienced this symbiotically rewarding relationship
Southwest Washington’s second annual day of online giving will launch at midnight on Thursday, September 24. The event, called Give More 24!, invites residents from across Clark, Cowlitz and Skamania Counties to visit www.Give-More-24.org and give collectively—as one community—for 24