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January 2020 GIVE Project- Kids’ Food Basket

Tuesday was our second time volunteering at Kids' Food Basket! This time we had different team members and prepped different food! We were put to work right away with our hair nets :) (In all honesty, we accidentally first put beard nets on our...

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November 2019 GIVE Project- All Shores Wesleyan

For this month’s GIVE Project, we did our annual donation of turkeys to All Shores Wesleyan Church’s food pantry. This year we donated 40 turkeys! We’re so grateful that we could bless families in need this Thanksgiving! The food pantr...

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October 2019 GIVE Project- Sacred Suds

This past month we were excited to work with Sacred Suds in Muskegon! This non profit is part of Community enCompass. You can learn more about them here: http://www.communityencompass.org/sacred-suds We visited and toured the facility, brou...

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September 2019 GIVE Project – Hope Pkgs

When you think "back to school", you think of backpacks, right? We do! So we were happy to partner with Hope Pkgs! This organization provides backpacks in a special way to a special type of community! We had the pleasure of inviting Lisa Hoe...

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June 2019 GIVE Project- NORA

This past month we were happy to partner with NORA summer camps!  Specifically at their summer school program they run at Ferry Elementary in Grand Haven. Last summer we volunteered for an afternoon, but this year we were happy to meet their n...

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May 2019 GIVE Project- Muskegon Rescue Mission

This month, for our Klingel Homes GIVE Project, we are partnering with the Muskegon Rescue Mission! We decided to partner with them in their Double Match program. This means that our donation will double in the form of Meijer food gift cards...

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April 2019 GIVE Project – Tri-Cities Women Who Care

For our April Give Project we chose to highlight Tri-Cities Women Who Care. This amazing organization grew from a seed planted in Jackson, Michigan by Karen Dunigan in 2006. Karen formed an alliance of 117 women who joined forces to streamline ...

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