Kudos & kindness: Thank you to Bread & Broth AAD sponsors
For the many individuals who live in our community who struggle on a daily basis to pay the rent, find a place to sleep at night or decide which bills to pay, knowing they have a place to go for a hot nutritious meal and food to take home has to be a great relief for them.
For those individuals, organizations and businesses who sponsor a Bread & Broth Monday evening “Adopt a Day of Nourishment” at St. Theresa Grace Hall, this is the impact their donation of $250 has on easing the lives of folks who need help.
The incredible dinner, food giveaway bags and to-go meal leftovers would not be possible without the support of the AAD sponsors that host the 52 Monday night dinner events throughout the year. These sponsors not only provide the funding for the costs of putting on the dinner, but also send compassionate, kind, hardworking sponsor crew members that work alongside Bread & Broth’s dedicated volunteer staff.
To all of the following Adopt a Day sponsors, thank you:
Filipino Community: March 21 – over 20 Filipino community members participated.
Harrah’s/Harveys HEROs: March 28 – Jacalyn Andrews, Steve Campbell, Patrick Frega, Kristel Kimball, Darlene Winkelman
Azul Latin Kitchen: April 4 – Rachel Ervin, Emerson Fuentes, Natashia Nielson, Philip Peacock, Josh Setzer, Lauren Sullivan
Heavenly Mountain Resort: April 11 – Josh Bastille, Marcie Canale, Amy Grannick, Ryan Olm, Heather Searcy
Rotary Club of South Lake Tahoe: April 18 – Nic Abelow, Brian Hogan, David Jinkens, David Kurtzman
Unity at the Lake: April 25 – Gayle Bradshaw, Susanne Hoy, Sandra Olivo, Jenna Poell, Paige Rice, Diana Silva
Forest Service Employee Association: May 2 – Jordan Burge, Barbara Drake, Robert Guebard, Anjanette Hoefer, Barbara Shanley
To partner with B&B as a donor or sponsor, contact Carol Gerard at 530-542-2876 or email@example.com.
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