Dr. John Wilson-Linkville IPA provided the food bank with a gift of $2,000.
We were able to turn this donation into nearly 1,700 meals. WOW!
And the “Cans For Cuts” Winner for 2012 is….Great Clips AGAIN!
Little kids with big hearts!! Hosanna Christian School came to the food bank to deliver food and take a tour. They learned about how their food drives affect other kids in our community. More than 8,000 kids ate from a food box over the last 12 months. THANKS KIDS :)
Tim Clinton pictured here with Paula from the Crisis Center and Niki with the Food Bank.
Main Street Jewelers have been a food bank supporter for many years. Thanks guys!
Don Haney-Cash & Carry making the difference for so many families in Klamath and Lake Counties. Their October, 2013 gift will provide about 35,000 meals which will feed children, seniors, cancer patients, and many more. THANKS DON!
Nathan Holliday held a food drive and helped to stock our shelves in 2013. As a matter of fact Nathan and the whole Holliday family are big supporters of the food bank. THANKS HOLLIDAY FAMILY!
"Cascade Share The Love Event"
Left to right-Kent Berry, Director- Klamath Falls Gospel Mission, Dave Henry- Subaru Sales Manager, Trish Salvati-General Manager, Niki Sampson, Director-Klamath-Lake Counties Food Bank, Tyler Thompson-Sales Manager
In celebration of Cascade Auto Group’s "Caring through Community Sharing" program, Cascade presented two local organizations with checks for more than $3,000.00 each. For each new Subaru sold from November 21st through January 2nd customers were given an opportunity to pick the Klamath-Lake County Food Bank or the Klamath Falls Gospel Mission. Cascade Auto Group then made a $250 donation to the selected organization in their name. Subaru also donated $250 to one of five national charities for each new Subaru sold. In the last four "Share the Love" events Subaru has donated nearly $20 million to national charities and they encourage dealers to get involved with charities in their area to "Bring the Love Home."