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Charity Yard Sale - You Choose the Charity!

From: Claire
Sent on: Tuesday, March 2, 2010 1:40 PM

In preparation for the Charity Yard Sale on Saturday, March 20th, we?ve shortlisted several local charities and now need to pick one that will receive ALL the money we raise.

Please take a moment to read through the suggested charities below and reply to this email with your vote on which one we should support. We?ll pick the ?winner? based on number of votes; the deadline is this Sunday (March 7th) at 7pm. Everyone can (and should) vote ? this is your group!

We?d like to say a HUGE thank you everyone so far who has donated items for the Yard Sale! Remember, there?s still time to donate clothes, toys, games, electronics, furniture, accessories, etc ? just drop off your items in the back yard of 19152 Beach Blvd, Huntington Beach.

We still need volunteers! If you?d like to volunteer your time and help out on the day, even if it?s just for an hour, hit reply and let us know. Your time is a valuable donation and is very much appreciated.

And lastly, don?t forget to stop by the Charity Yard Sale on Saturday, March 20th ? you could find a bargain! Bring friends and family too ? the more we sell, the more money we raise for charity.

Best wishes,
Claire Weaver

Reply to this message to let us know which charity we should support:

Westerly School of Long Beach

Westerly School sees its role as a leading learning institution focused on developing each child?s full potential intellectually, emotionally, morally and physically.

School buildings are sited to resemble a child-scaled village where classrooms, studios and laboratories create a feeling of safety and community. Out-of-doors, there are installed playground equipment, lunch shelters, and an amphitheater large enough to seat the entire student body.

In addition, Westerly is ?Sending Down Roots? and building for the future. Westerly?s philosophy calls for encouraging creative and independent thinking, cultivating an appreciation for the arts, and combining academics with experiential, hands-on learning. The new, under-construction Westerly Arts Village helps make that philosophy a reality.

The Children's Clinic

The Children's Clinic, Serving Children and Their Families' mission is "to partner with parents and the community to provide quality health care services and health education and promotion to needy children and families".

Norris Foundation Charity Profile

Family founded through economic freedom, the Norris Foundation supports programs that advance better health and intellectual enlightenment through education, cultivation of the arts, individual responsibility, freedom and dignity.

When Ken and Eileen established the Norris Foundation, they initially focused their grant making on two key areas: medicine and private education in Southern California. It was their belief that concentrating the Foundation's resources would allow its gifts to have the greatest impact.

Community Care Health Centers

CCHC?s health care goal is grounded on community needs, CCHC will strengthen its position as a recognized and integral contributor to the health care safety net in Orange County. The pursuit of this goal established two medium-term health care objectives, namely to raise capacity in responding to increased community need and to continue playing a leadership role in the evolution of Orange County?s health care safety net for the low-income, uninsured, other medically underserved populations. CCHC?s clinical and health care providers of 168 is culturally and linguistically competent for the 3 major ethnic populations served, (i.e., Latino, Asian, and White).

Seal Beach Animal Care Center

Established in 1986, the Seal Beach Animal Care Center is a non-profit, pro-humane animal shelter committed to finding permanent, loving homes for all the animals that come into our care. Our staff of dedicated volunteers ensures the animals are kept as comfortable as possible until they can be placed in to new adoptive homes.

As a pro-humane animal shelter, getting through each day is an accomplishment. While the SBACC primarily serves the City of Seal Beach, we attract adopters from Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Diego Counties, in addition to networking with other shelters, rescue groups and animal sanctuaries across the country. We believe that through adoption counseling and education, we are helping to create a community that cares for animals with responsibility and compassion.


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