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Oregon Food Bank 112617
AN INTERVIEW MYRNA JENSEN, PUBLIC RELATIONS WITH OREGON FOOD BANK, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO GETTING FOOD OUT TO PEOPLE IN NEED.
may the other kids might not qualify for her. Com school school lunch programs because they make just a little bit more than that cut off help. Don't feel once currently we are seeing in
Comcast Internet Essentials 111917
AN INTERVIEW WITH REBECCA BROWN WITH COMCAST AND TINISHA WILLIAMS, A CUSTOMER, ABOUT INTERNET ESSENTIALS, A SERVICE THAT HELPS PROVIDE INTERNET ACCESS AND LOW COST COMPUTERS TO PEOPLE IN NEED.
the family needs so those families that qualified for free or reduced lunch programs. Were eligible and then last year we expanded that eligibility to also include. Stanley that are receiving had housing in a
where 40% or more of the population and is on fear reduced lunch while that school regardless of income level everyone there is automatically. Approved from that standpoint. So what you can now call and
Union Gospel Mission 111217
AN INTERVIEW WITH BILL RUSSELL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF UNION GOSPEL MISSION PORTLAND ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH HOMELESSNESS AND THEIR HOLIDAY OFFERINGS AT THE MISSION.
over thirteen hundred people that came in and got a free. Barbecue lunch and the AM. Closing venue where we give away a winner clothes and anticipation the winner. It was just pac ten and
AN INTERVIEW WITH CHERYL BICKLE, PRINCIPAL AND THE COMMUNITY TRANSITIONAL SCHOOL, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO TEACHING HOMELESS CHILDREN AND THE ENTERCOM FUNDRAISER “KIDSGIVING”.
important because our kids they use it pretty hungry to breakfast and lunch . And then that they the family is in need of food we can sometimes. Innocent home food that they can cook. Not
Marathon Scholars 101517
AN INTERVIEW WITH STEVE WASSERBERGER AND BROOKE ADAMS WITH MARATHON SCHOLARS ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH UNDER-RESOURCED CHILDREN TO MAKE THEIR WAY THROUGH COLLEGE.
across the United States but she'll go into the school and have lunch with the students and sit down. And say how are you house class in get to know then. Inter you know just show them personally and say I care about you marathon cares about you are used senior mentor regularly. How is everything are you attending says she checks in on attendance she checks in on grades. She was at a school lunch last year when all of a sudden whenever scholarship started to cry and she tickers are actually quotes up honey come. You
Oswego Mortage Veterans 090317
AN INTERVIEW WITH TOM FITKIN, OWNER OF OSWEGO MORTGAGE, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO HELPING VETS GET THEIR VA BENEFITS AND THE NON-PROFITS WHO WILL BENEFIT FROM THEIR SUMMER CELEBRATION PARTY.
take clients my. A lot of times I would go down at lunch down to them over replace political downtown and played basketball with these clients of mine in one room happened to be in
Rock & Roll Camp For Girls 071617
AN INTERVIEW WITH KRISTI BALZER AND KARMEN OLSON WITH ROCK AND ROLL CAMP FOR GIRLS ABOUT THEIR SUMMER CAMPS THAT BUILD SELF ESTEEM FOR YOUNG GIRLS AND WOMEN.
instructor. Female musician instructor for a couple hours. And they at a lunch then they break out we break them up by age groups so we have girls who are about 8211. Earn our electric
Aaron the edges they played last session on her arm at the lunch time shell and that we are honoring him down with the legends award at the ample words this year. And they wrote
Piano Push Play 070217
AN INTERVIEW WITH MEGAN MCGEORGE, CREATIVE DIRECTOR AND FOUNDER OF PIANO PUSH PLAY, AN ORGANIZATION THAT RESCUES PIANOS, PLACES THEM ON THE STREETS OF PORTLAND FOR EVERYONE TO PLAY, THEN DONATES THEM TO SCHOOLS, COMMUNITY CENTERS, OR OTHER ORGANIZATIONS.
it's going to a different parts each week. Parks have a free lunch programs over like working with them. Kid pianist students to play during Lance for other kids. To kind of seized some and
Les Schwab Bowl 061817
AN INTERVIEW WITH JOHN MCCALLUM, PRESIDENT OF PRIME SPORTS NW, ABOUT THE LES SCHWAB BOWL AND THE OREGON ATHLETES INVOLVED.
the wall every night after practice you don't order during dinner or lunch time meals out at City University. This pivot those guys in just pure than chat through all that bill that the things
Comcast Cares 050717
AN INTERVIEW WITH REBECCA BROWN WITH COMCAST AND STEPHANIE MURDOCK, PRINCIPAL AT HARTLEY ELEMENTARY, ABOUT COMCAST CARES DAY AND THE WORK THE VOLUNTEERS DID AT HARTLEY.
window. There is a beautiful. Picnic table that the staff can eat lunch time and hopefully when the phone comes out tomorrow and we can't let. Has found banter think that I'm in the courtyard
That means that again all of our students received. Free breakfast and lunch so low income schools parents have to fill out a form of that the type of assistance that they need. But here
give all volunteer the T shirt there's mourning its snacks and then lunch provided afterwards for everyone that comes out joins us. Oh that's great Nick's little incentive there. So I'm assuming this doesn't it