Sprouts on the Go meets goal

  • Wednesday, January 29, 2014 5:27pm
  • News

Sprout Family Services would like to thank all of the wonderful businesses that hosted the donation collection jars for our Sprouts on the Go Fundraiser as part of our efforts to raise funds for a Sprout vehicle allowing us to serve more families from the head of the bay to Ninilchik.

Thanks to all who tossed in a few coins to gas up our tank. A big thanks to Fritz Creek General Store, Barbs Video, Homer Saw and Cycle, Homer Hounds, NAPA, Healing  Hands Massage, Homer Bookstore, Northwind, Kbay Café, Harbor School of Music, Gear Shed, Bagel Shop, Far Out Café, Vida’s Thai, Damselfly, Grog  Shop, Spenard Builders Supply, Alibi, Cougar Football and Alice’s for your support.  In conjunction with a generous grant from the Rasmuson Foundation and private donors, we met our goal.

For more information on the services Sprout provides, please visit our website www.sproutalaska.org, find us on  Facebook, call 235-6044 or stop by 3691 Ben Walters Lane Suite No. 2. 

Jillian Lush, executive director 

Sprout Family Services

 

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