Kudos & kindness: Kudos to Bread & Broth AAD Sponsors | TahoeDailyTribune.com

Kudos & kindness: Kudos to Bread & Broth AAD Sponsors

Unfortunately, hunger exists in our beautiful community. It impacts the working poor, families in need, elderly on fixed incomes, children who go to school hungry as well as those living outdoors. With the help of concerned members of the South Tahoe community, Bread & Broth is able to ease hunger for those who struggle with meeting just the basic needs of life.

For almost 27 years, B&B has been providing meals every Monday; and in the last seven years the major funding source for these full course, nutritious dinners has been B&B’s “Adopt A Day of Nourishment” program. AAD sponsors not only generously donate $250 to cover the costs of their sponsorship dinner, but also can send up to five folks to help the B&B volunteers at their sponsorship dinner

B&B would like to thank and give a “kudos” shout out to the following sponsors for their generous sponsorship donations and the sponsor crew members who gave of their time to help hungry, at-risk people and provide them with a sense of security and comfort.

Anonymous – July 4

Friends of Our Lady of Tahoe – July 11 – Eduardo Day, Shelly Zimbler

Kirkwood Mountain Resort –July 18 – Christian Anderson, Jason Bucholz, Jonathan Frick, Sean Groover, Scarlett Mellin

S. Tahoe Association of Realtors – July 25 – Michelle Blue-Benedict, Ellen Camacho, Jessica Crase, Tiffany Grimes, Jaime Souers

Robert Stiles – Aug. 1 – Robert Stiles, Gary Morrison, Melisse Morrison

Zephyr Computer – Aug. 8

Friends of Temple Bat Yam – Aug. 15 – Debra Day, Eduardo Day, Naomi Zimbler, Shelly Zimbler

MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa – Aug. 22 – Rachel Kallas, Emmy Rowe

Heavenly Mountain Resort – Aug. 29 – Ryan Albertson, Kevin Higgins, Jen Menzel, Jeff Reid, Kelli Renzi, Vinny Valdes

To partner with B&B as a donor or sponsor, contact Carol Gerard at 530-542-2876 or carolsgerardd@aol.com.

Bread & Broth

South Lake Tahoe, Calif.

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