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Kudos & Kindness: Bread & Broth thanks Heavenly

For their fifth Bread & Broth Adopt A Day sponsorship of the year, Heavenly Mountain Resort covered the financial cost of the May 13 evening’s meal. They also sent a first-time crew of four from the Heavenly Tahoe Vacation office along with frequent Bread & Broth volunteer Jolena Hearn, assistant manager, greeters/hosts. The first-timers were Darcy Nealis, reservations manager; Kari Natividad, reservations assistant manager; Mary Hajdas, reservations and Connie Yee, reservations.

Heavenly’s volunteer crew enthusiastically helped the Bread & Broth volunteers throughout the evening bagging giveaways, setting up for the dinner and working the serving line. With their help, more than 90 meals were served and 60 giveaway bags were distributed to the evening’s guests. The Heavenly volunteer crew was impressed with how “everyone of the dinner’s guests were really appreciative” of the tasty and healthy meal they were served.

Bread & Broth would like to thank heavenly Mountain Resort for their financial donation and their corporate program which supports and encourages employee volunteerism. In one year alone, Heavenly employees volunteered more than 150 hours of their time at Bread & Broth’s Monday evening dinners. As a nonprofit, all-volunteer program, Bread & Broth is able to feed the needy of South Lake Tahoe with the backing of generous sponsors like Heavenly Mountain Resort.

Carol Gerard

Bread & Broth

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