Organizations benefit from Good Neighbor Donation Day |

Organizations benefit from Good Neighbor Donation Day

Provided to the TribuneCommunity members donated money, clothes, school supplies and other items on Good Neighbor Donation Day, which was held March 31 at the Village Center.

Tahoe Youth & Family Services and Christmas Cheer received more than $5,000 and a 12-foot trailer full of donations collected during Good Neighbor Donation Day on March 31.

Good Neighbor Donation Day was organized by Lake Tahoe South Shore businesses that wanted to give back to needy members of the community. Despite the snow, community members showed up to donate clothes, money, school supplies, clothing, canned goods and other necessities.

“We are proud to be a recipient of such a significant, collaborative fundraising event,” Tahoe Youth & Family Services executive director Alissa Nourse stated in a press release. “The businesses who took part are great examples of corporate giving in our community.”

Businesses that sponsored the event included Erik Watada State Farm Agency, Corporate Nevada, Fox and Hound, Getaway Reno Tahoe, K-Tahoe, Mann Urrutia Nelson CPAs and the Village Center.

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