Kudos & Kindness: Kudos to Bread & Broth AAD sponsors
Since 1989, Bread & Broth has been providing Monday evening meals at St. Theresa Church Grace Hall for the members of our community who struggle with hunger. As a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization, B&B is totally dependent on the generosity of our incredible donors who give both their monetary support and their time, which is a valuable as donating money.
Over the past six years, funding for the Monday dinners has been raised through B&B’s “Adopt A Day of Nourishment” program. The AAD sponsors donate $250 to cover the costs of preparing and serving the dinners and are encouraged to send up to five sponsor volunteers to assist with the dinner and take the opportunity to experience the impact their sponsorship has on the community’s hungry, at-risk population.
Bread & Broth would like to acknowledge the following generous AAD sponsors and their amazing volunteers crew members who put into action their concern for those most in need of help.
Tahoe Best Friends — Feb. 1: Judy Arnold, Allison Brilliant, Paige Rice, Maureen Stuhlman
Tahoe/Douglas Elks Lodge #2670 — Feb. 8: Jeanne and Roger Barragan, Jay Bryan, Steve Kurek
Agi Gaura Memorial — Feb. 15: Stephanie Bartholomew, Pat and Patricia Frega, Rosanne McKool, Ann Marie Rose
Heavenly Mountain Resort — Feb. 22: Dave Hager, Kyle Hayes, Tyler Lehman, Frank Papandrea, Gary Terrazas
Heavenly Ski Patrol — Feb. 29: Brando Commanda, Leilanie Connolly, Jeff Miller, Marissa Streck, Tom Taylor
Friends of Our Lady of Tahoe Catholic Church — March 7
Kirkwood Mountain Resort — March 14: Jarrett Morgan, Christian Neville, Carolyn Reuter, Craig Schroeder
For more B&B information, visit http://www.breadandbroth.org or friend us on Facebook.
Bread & Broth
South Lake Tahoe, Calif.
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