|Sent on:||Wednesday, November 23, 2011 5:00 AM|
Hello ladies, I seemed to have forgotten the attachment in my earlier email. I'm re-sending to all because I received many emails asking for the flyer. Or is it flier? I love that everyone, everywhere in Los Angeles, seems to be in the spirit of giving. Some people aren't able to give money or new toys, but there are so many shelters and agencies who will take used clothes, food, a couple hours of your time... If you know of such an organization that you would like MSK to volunteer at, please let one of the organizers know. Hope to see all of you soon. -----Original Message----- From: kimberlydavis124 <[address removed]> To: women-624 <[address removed]> Sent: Tue, Nov 22,[masked]:21 am Subject: Fwd: Club Exchange LA -----Original Message----- From: Andrea Jones <[address removed]> To: Andrea Jones <[address removed]> Sent: Tue, Nov 22,[masked]:11 am Subject: Club Exchange LA Hello ladies, please see below and the attachment, and forward to anyone who you think would be interested. Thank you, Kimberly -----Original Message----- From: Andrea Jones <[address removed]> To: Andrea Jones <[address removed]> Sent: Tue, Nov 22,[masked]:11 am Subject: Club Exchange LA The LA Fire Department is hosting a Holiday Fundraiser at prestigious Club Exchange LA. Feel free to attend and to forward the flyer to all of your friends. It will be a night filled with fun and dancing. “Spark of Love ” is a toy drive and distribution initiative that includes a number of related holiday events benefiting foster youth and caregivers. The 18 year-old initiative is managed by a Planning Committee comprised of ABC’s Channel 7, Children’s Trust Fund, representatives from the Los Angeles County Fire Department, and Metrolink. Within Los Angeles County, these efforts are also supported by volunteers, representatives from the Board of Supervisors and various employees from the Department of Children and Family Services. Approximately 35,000 toys are collected and then distributed to the community each year through the work of ABC7, the Children’s Trust Fund, and Los Angeles County Fire Department. This year’s goal is 40,000 toys. Regards,Andréa Jones
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