Do You Need Your Car Washed? Back-to-School Fundraising Today!
The Latino Community Fund of Washington State is hosting a carwash today, Tuesday August 9th between 12 pm - 7 pm to raise funds for their upcoming Backpack and Barbers Event August 28th, 2022! Wash off the weekend warrior from your car and make a difference at the same time, right here in the Yakima Valley!
Does Your Car Need to Be Washed?
Bored in the house and you're in the house bored? You can be a part of something really special by connecting with the Latino Community Fund of Washington State! Spread this post all around social media and tag your friends to start and if you have the free time, swing by and drop-off supplies or pick-up a sponge for a great cause!
When, Where and What is Needed?
The Latino Community Fund and it's volunteers will be at Sabrocitos located at 605 E Nob Hill BLVD today between the hours of 12 pm - 7 pm collecting new or lightly used backpacks, school supplies dropped off by the community and collecting donations for their upcoming event to give back to the community August 28th! During this time you can also get your car washed! It's a win-win for everyone and truly about the kids so if you're able, add this to your to-do-list!
How Can I Get More Information?
If you don't already follow the Latino Community Fund of Washington State on social media, it's worth it.
The Latino Community Fund cultivates new leaders, supports cultural and community based non-profit organizations, and improves the quality of life for all Washingtonians.
To achieve its mission and address the needs of Latinos, LCF programs create a vibrant community through civic engagement, healthy families, arts and culture.
This is the fund is not Latino exclusive and is always willing to assist and provide information for anyone in need. You can call for more details 509-827-7077.
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