Posts tagged charity
Posts tagged charity
James Bremer said he used to sleep curled up in a downtown doorway this winter until some people from Father’s House, a church in downtown Longview, discovered him.
“They gave me food and told me about this place,” Bremer, 58, said Monday morning outside the Daily Living Essential Cafe and Extreme Weather Center at 1335 11th Ave., Longview.
The Extreme Weather Center, which is open all night during freezing weather, is operated by volunteers from Love Overwhelming, a multi-denominational nonprofit ministry. According to volunteer Summer Christianson, the ministry has rented the Evangel Christian Fellowship building since October to distribute cold-weather gear and hot coffee to the homeless.
I have a fever…well, you know the rest.
Please join Will Ferrell in supporting Cancer for College: a charity that helps cancer survivors realize their college dreams. Besides supporting a great cause, everyone who donates $19+ gets a bottle of Will’s Super Sexy Hot Tan Sunscreen and is entered to win a cowbell signed by Will!
Salvation Army Capt. David Davis will get cold. He will get hungry. His body will ache.
He is one of 23 contestants from across the U.S. trying to break the Salvation Army world record for Christmas kettle bell ringing. He will briefly experience — and call attention to — the suffering the homeless and hungry face daily.
Davis is trying to beat the 36-hour world record (as recorded by the Salvation Army itself) set last year in Spokane, and he’s aiming to ring as many as 60 consecutive hours.
His marathon started at 9 a.m. Thursday outside the West Longview Walmart and would end at midnight Saturday if he goes the entire distance.Read more
The Moore family has upped the ante for this year’s Christmas light display and they’re also hoping people who enjoy the show can help out those in need.
In addition to the razzle-dazzle light and music extravaganza, this year the house at 439 Third Ave. SW, Castle Rock, Wash., also includes a donation bin for nonperishable food.Read more
Coweeman sixth-grader MacKenna Goldsbary plays with her black mackerel tabby cat, Gracie, which she will enter in Saturday’s cat show. Proceeds from the show will help pay for outdoor education for Kelso sixth-graders.
Read more about the cat show here.