25 Clark County nonprofits join Giving Tuesday movement

“Giving Tuesday is a counter narrative to Black Friday and Cyber Monday because it reminds us that the spirit of the holiday giving season should be about community and not just consumerism,” said Kathy Calvin, CEO of the UN Foundation, in a press release. “The most meaningful gift we can give our children, loved ones, friends and neighbors is the commitment to work together to help build a better world.”

Participating nonprofits include:

Big Brothers Big Sisters Columbia Northwest; Children’s Home Society of Washington; Clark County Food Bank; Columbia Springs; Community Mediation Services; Council for the Homeless; Daybreak Youth Services; Evergreen Habitat for Humanity; Free Clinic of Southwest Washington; Friends of the Carpenter; Friends of Trees; Innovative Services NW; Lifeline Connections; Menucha Retreat and Conference Center; Nonprofit Network of Southwest Washington; One Life; Parks Foundation of Clark County; Partners in Careers; Pink Lemonade Project; Reach CDC; Second Step Housing; Share, Inc; Silver Buckle Ranch; St Joseph Catholic School; and YWCA Clark County.

For more information, contact Jeri Shumate at 360.397.8246 x7554.

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