Friday, December 26, 2014

Wells Fargo Bank Donation

Wells Fargo Bank just donated $5,000 to San Luis Obispo County Womenade!  Extremely grateful to have this amazing contribution to help us meet the needs of people in our community.

Sunday, December 21, 2014

EcoBambino Supports Womenade

This week shop at EcoBambino, 863 Monterey in downtown San Luis, have your gift wrapped, and donate to Womenade!  So grateful to Ariana Spaulding and her staff for supporting our community through Womenade!

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Donation from HumanKind Fair Trade

HumanKind Fair Trade, 982 Monterey Street in San Luis, donated $432 to Womenade. Thank you LynAnne and staff, and all shoppers and volunteers who made the Dec. 6th event such a success!

What Womenade Shared from Dec. 1 - Dec. 15

December 1:  Shoes for 3 siblings.  Referral:  Janice Chagoya, counselor, LMUSD, and shopping by Cooper Melton and Debbie Melton with Cooper’s garage sale funds ($60)

December 1:  Gas bill payment to prevent shut off for single mother of 3 who lost her job and is looking for another and partial PG&E payment in partnership with LINK to restore electricity to the family.  Referral:  Ivette Felix, LINK ($146.18 and $170) 1618 and 1619  1619 void; replaced with 1626

December 1:  Rent and utility payment for family living in Section 8 housing and working to get stable again.  Referral:  Daniel Cano, LINK ($221 and $63.73) 1620 and 1621

December 1:  Jogging stroller for mother who needs to walk over rough roads to transport her toddler.  Referral:  PHN, and shopping by Susan Updegrove with partial payment from Merry-Go-Round scrip ($)

December 2:  Partial rent for single mother with small child.  Referral:  Elena Chavez, LINK ($377) 1622

December 2:  Partial security deposit for single woman and her family who have finally found housing.  Referral:  Nicole Hoist, DSS, Homeless Services ($300) 1623

December 2:  Emergency car seat for 2-year-old who has grown out of hers.  Referral:  Barbara Turk, Department of Social Services, and shopping by Susan Updegrove ($)

December 2:  Gas card for family to get their children to school from their remote campsite.  Referral:  Janice Chagoya, counselor, LMSD ($100) 1624

December 3:  Diapers, food, and gas to last a family to next week when they will receive regular support.  Twin boys are out of diapers.  Dad works out of town, and gas is an issue.  Referral:  Daniel Rodriguez, LINK ($200) 1624

December 3:  Warm clothes for toddler.  Referral:  PHN ($100) 1624

December 3:  Mom with 3 children has no financial support, and has been living with her parents.  The tires on her vehicle are bald, and new ones are needed to keep the children safe.  Referral:  Daniel Rodriguez, LINK ($230) 1625

December 5:  Warm clothing for a 6-year-old homeless boy.  Referral:  Eloisa Medina, ECHO ($100) 1627

December 5:  Warm clothes for children in 2 Foster care families to have at their parents’ places during visitation.  Referral:  Linda Rawlings, Family Treatment Court ($200) 1627

December 5:  Winter break childcare to help mother who has disabling physical health conditions and PTSD from domestic violence.  Referral:  Jill Anderson, Martha’s Place  ($153) 1628

December 8:  Partial rent for struggling family.  Mother stopped working because she couldn’t afford a babysitter; father is working 2 jobs.  Referral:  Rocio Hernandez, family advocate, San Luis Coastal Schools ($300) 1629

December 8:  Partial rent for an older gentleman who is going blind and is hard of hearing.  Referral:  Ivette Felix, LINK ($350) 1630

December 10:  3 excersaucers for young toddlers.  Referral:  PHNs and shopping by Roberta Filadelfia ($103.38) 1632

December 10:  Gas and groceries for a young family whose 1-month-old is hospitalized.  Referral:  Sierra Vista social worker ($200) 1633

December 10:  Underwear and shoes for mother and her 2 daughters escaping domestic violence.  Referral:  PHN ($100) 1633

December 10:  Gas, groceries, and partial rent for a single mother with 2 children aged 8 and 2 who is getting established after domestic violence.  Referral:  Sandra Garcia, San Luis Obispo County Mental Health ($150 and $150) 1631 and 1634

December 11:  Car repair so single mother can get to work.  Referral:  Sonia Greene, LINK ($200) 1635

December 11:  Gas bill payment for single mom who recently lost her job.  Referral:  Ivette Felix, LINK ($96.50) 1636

December 12:  Initial rent to move homeless violence victim to housing.  Referral:  Lisa Martinez, San Luis Obispo Women’s Shelter ($300) 1637

December 12:  Payment of 4 bills due from a senior citizen who just lost 1 of her 2 jobs.  Referral:  Jason Flanagan, People’s Self-Help Housing  ($25, $139, $51.34, and $136.95) 1638, 1639, 1640 1641

December 13:  Gas for single mother of 2 children to travel to San Luis from Paso for mental health services.  She is a domestic violence victim and a cancer survivor.  Referral:  Sandra Garcia, San Luis Obispo County Mental Health ($100) 1642

December 15:  Month RTA bus pass for Cuesta re-entry student aged 46 who just lost her car, had to move out of her apartment because the building was sold, and is grieving the death of a close friend.  Referral:  Andrea Devitt, Cuesta College counselor ($44) 1643

December 15:  Holiday toys for 3 boys whose father just had his work hours reduced.  They live in a one-bedroom apartment.  Referral:  Elena Chavez, LINK ($200) 1644

December 15:  Payment to maintain phone service for single father of 2 who needs his phone to find full time employment.  Referral:  Tammee Green, CAPSLO ($80) 1645

Items Donated:  
Bed from Shirley Humerian; women’s bike, coffee pot, and children’s chairs from Sharon and Jerry Hanley; bed from Roxanne Pryor; North County delivery by Terry Elfrink and David Buck-Moyer; baby gates from Jen Melton; children’s items from Tina Doherty; double stroller from Terry Elfrink and Vicki McPartland;  refrigerator from Dee Torres; Denny’s card from Rita Erwin; personal care products to Morro Bay Pirates’ Closet from Judith Resnick; onesies, baby socks, diapers, hand-knit baby hats, and wipes from Trilogy dinner; blankets, sweaters, shoes, and suitcases from Bluma Felix; clothes for mother and her 2 daughters escaping domestic violence from Linda Bishop, Kelli Cole, Elaine Stewart, and Monica Carinio; port-a-crib, linens, scarves, and hats from Katie Perez; pillows, blankets, and bears from Beverly Cohen; North County delivery by Roberta and Bill Filadelfia; North County delivery by Joy Sostrin; toys from Maggie Anderson; toiletries, clock, and phone from Doreen Wetzel; clothes for Pirates’ Closet from Baywood Navy;

Funds Donated:  Martina Knight, Jim and Deborah Whitson, Mary Parker, Lisa Bertrand, Sue Stenovec, Peti Johnson, Sue and Robert Smith, Jane and William Fairbairn, Sandra and Steve Dubow, Karen and John Anderson, Bonnie and David Wolfe, Nancy Kraus, Stacy Murphy, Linda and Stephen Souza, Linda and Jeffrey Garza, Christi and Gary Nemetz, Shirley and Ronald Richard, Fran and Brent Norris, Elizabeth Steen, Betty and John Scully, Amy and Tom Hedges, Gail and Tom Ryan, Cynthia Grenz, Jamie Herbon, Wayne and Tana Pedersen, Christine and William Sweeney, Carol and Joe Strong, Elaine and John Morin, Marilyn and Bruce Rolph, Jacqueline and Peter Evans, Nora and Odell Lee, Karen Steves, Donna Nisbet, Tom and Kathy McLaughlin, Linda Olson, Linda Del, Marti Lindholm, Wendy Daly, Diana Henderson, Dan Carpenter, Andrea Devitt, Florence and Frank Simon, Judy Barclay, Joanne and Phil Ruggles, Julie Moody, Nancy Husten, Linda Jankay, Andrea Waterbury, Carol Astaire, Terri Trebil and Ronald Chappel, Dorothy and Jack Mauger, Philip and Theresa McPherson, Michael and Francine Johnston, Patricia Sweet, Barbara Moynier, Patria Griffin, Aimee Armour-Avant, Cynthia Mills, Cynthia Schoniger, Marilyn Wills, Janice Cullers-Scott, Peggy Jones, Sandy Volk, Helen Sipsas, Wanda Mathis, Connie Holtz, G. Silverstone, Arlene Versaw, Melanie Smith, Pamela Dunlap, Marla Lee Eaton, Barbara Deel, Dianne Kring-Sonksen, Helen Powell, Janice Owens-Martinez, Diane Wettlaufer,

What Womenade Shared from Nov. 16 - 30

November 17: Partial rent for single mom who is going through a difficult time. Referral: Romi Ramirez, LINK ($300) 1597

November 18: Food to help single mom after she has taken in her sister's family when they escaped domestic violence. Referral: Daniel Rodriguez, LINK ($150) 1598

November 18: Partial rent for family with young children; the father was recently in a car accident, and the mother's wages don't cover the rent. Referral: Elena Chavez, LINK ($300) 1599

November 19: Partial rent for single mom with 3 children who is going through a divorce. Referral: Katy Griffin, Highlands Church ($300) 1600

November 19: Partial rent for single mom with a 6-year-old daughter. Referral: Katy Griffin, Highlands Church ($300) 1601

November 19: Partial property tax payment for victim of sexual assault. Referral: Magena Ammen, RISE ($200) 1602

November 19: Partial rent for single mom working 2 jobs. She is a victim of domestic violence. Referral: Jose Olivera, LINK ($300) 1603

November 20: Diapers for a toddler. Referral: PHN ($36.70) 1604

November 25: PG&E payment to prevent shut off on the 26th for family whose mom had to take leave from work to care for mentally ill child. Referral: Amy Vilanueva, Family Care Network ($278.46) 1605

November 25: Food, interview clothes, and household supplies for parents who have successfully worked to have their children returned to them. Referral: Amy Vilanueva, Family Care Network ($250) 1606

November 21: Partial rent for single mom who had an unexpected bill, and is unable to complete her rent payment. Referral; Elena Chavez, LINK ($325) 1607

November 25: Food and medicine for foster family whose primary employer passed away causing a delay in paychecks; at the same time, 3 siblings were placed with the family, and Foster care payments will not start until December. Referral: Belinda Benassi, County Child Welfare Services ($250) 1608

November 25: Laundry deposit so a mother can use a laundromat to wash her family's clothes. Referral: Dot Stauble, CAPSLO ($100) 1609

Void 1610

November 25: DMV fees and car insurance for mother of 4 children. Referral: Brenda Vaughan, ARK ($136 and $56.55) 1611 and 1612 (VOID 1612) 1617

November 26: Thanksgiving dinner for 2 large families who don't have appliances. Referral: Sonia Greene, LINK ($200) 1613

November 26: Storage facility fee for a homeless family. Referral: Sonia Greene, LINK ($100) 1614

November 26: Initial denture payment so woman, who lost her teeth due to a severe infection, can be treated by CHC. ($200) 1615

November 26: Partial rent for single mother who has experienced economic hardship due to an unexpected surgery. Referral: Rocio Hernandez, LINK ($300) 1616

Items Donated:  high chairs from Lori Sonnabend and Mary Ann Morgan; heaters from Anonymous; toddler basketball hoop from Judy Barclay; blankets from Phyllis Bettencourt and Ginny Kenny; toiletries from Jaclynn Nesbitt; gifts for ASN from Elaine Gardiner; North County delivery by Dee Lacy; South County delivery by Elise Carraway; toiletries from Jayne Auchterlonie delivered to Prado/Grizzley by Kat Tuculet; microwave, bedding, and towels from Elise Carraway; twin bed from Maureen Forsberg; trundle bed from Roz Phillips; 5 hand knit crib blankets from Ruth Nagano; rugs from Anonymous; baby food blender and toy from Samantha Lalush; infant toys from Whiz Kids; refreshments for HumanKind event from Gail Sears, Marcy Owens, Ann Smith, Sandy Amborn, Marilyn Fuller, Colleen Spafford, Kathy Greer, Marty Babcock, and Karen Blum;

Funds Donated:  Diane Wettlaufer, Elisa Feingold, Phyllis Martinelli, James and Casey apRoberts, Melaleuca, Ann McMahon, Sandy Amborn, Natalie Schaefer, Elise Carraway, Kathy Greer, Mary Lou Lynch,

Saturday, December 6, 2014

Today! Dec. 6th

Grandma's Frozen Yogurt and Waffle Shop
307 Morro Bay Blvd. in Morro Bay
2-5 p.m.
Collecting teen and preteen clothes and new toys for all ages for Womenade projects, including Morro Bay High's Pirates' Closet.

HumanKind Fair Trade
982 Monterey Street in San Luis Obispo
5-8 p.m.
20% of sales from the evening donated to Womenade

Thanks to these businesses for supporting San Luis Obispo County Womenade

Friday, December 5, 2014

Keller Williams in Pismo Beach Donates to Womenade

Special thanks to Teri McKay and Keller Williams Realty in Pismo Beach. Womenade received $275 from their event December 4th, and we are their charity of the year for 2015! Grateful! 

Saturday, November 15, 2014

What Womenade Shared from November 1 - 15

November 3:  Partial rent to help young woman move to housing. Referral:  Eloisa Medina, ECHO ($300) 1574

November 3:  Utility bill payments for single grandmother raising 2 of her granddaughters due to the substance abuse of the biological mother.  Referral:  Tammee Green, CAPSLO ($47.60 and $128.63) 1576 and 1577

November 4:  Clothes and blankets for family with 2 children who have nothing.  Referral:  PHN ($200) 1578

November 4:  Utility bill payment for elder grandma taking in her homeless granddaughter while struggling to make ends meet.  Referral:  Sonia Greene, LINK ($189.44) 1579

November 4:  Partial utility bill payment for single mother who is behind due to medical needs.  Referral:  Sonia Greene, LINK ($300) 1580

November 5:  Shampoo, conditioner, and other toiletries for 2 women in Family Treatment Court.  Referral:  Linda Rawlings, Family Treatment Court and shopping by Lois Crotser and Roberta Kassak ($)

November 5:  Gas card for reentry student who has recently become unemployed, which resulted in displacement for her living situation with a longer commute.  She has also needed to change her daughter’s school due to bullying.  Referral:  Susan Gossard, counselor, Cuesta College ($100) 1582

November 5:  Background check fee and birth certificate fee for homeless man who is applying to work as a truck driver hauling hazardous materials.  He has already saved his money to pay for a HASMAT test, and his brother will take him to LA to get the birth certificate and take the exam.  Referral:  Esther Castillo, Supportive Services for Veteran Families and PATH (People Assisting the Homeless)  ($86.50 and $28) Bank check and 1583

November 6:  Emergency medications for young boy with severe health problems.  Referral:  Marilyn Cafarchia, nurse,Lucia Mar School District ($171) 1584

November 6: Emergency dental care for pregnant woman in pain. Referral:  Stella Medina, LINK  ($300.60) 1585

November 7:  Partial rent for 48-year–old woman who has found housing.  Referral:  Eloisa Medina, ECHO ($300) 1586

November 7:  Security deposit for 68-year-old woman with advanced Parkinson’s.  Referral:  Eloisa Medina, ECHO ($300) 1587

November 7:  Partial rent to prevent mother and children from losing housing.  Referral:  Ivette Felix, LINK ($250) 1588

November 10:  Medical tests for woman with kidney and pancreas health issues.  Referral:  Eloisa Medina, ECHO ($227) 1589

November 10:  Underwear and shoes for child in struggling family.  Referral:  Ivette Felix, LINK ($50) 1590

November 11:  Partial car repair payment for teen mom who has suffered abuse.  Referral:  Sandra Hernandez, CAPSLO and Andrea Blanco, Laguna Middle School ($400) 1591

November 11:  Sheets for newly released man who volunteered while in prison and continues to do so after his release.  Referral: Janet Allenspach, CAPSLO, and shopping by Roberta Kassak and Lois Crotser ($)

November 11:  Partial security deposit for a single mom getting her daughter back from Foster care after successfully completing a residential rehab and securing a job.  Referral:  Amy Villanueva, Family Care Network ($300) 1592

November 11:  Clothes, shoes, diapers, wipes, and car seat for grandmother taking in her 18-month-old granddaughter due to the child’s parents being in rehab.  Referral:  Amy Villanueva, Family Care Network ($300) 1593

November 12:  Rent payment to prevent eviction and loss of Section 8 voucher for woman in need.  Referral:  Jason Flanagan, Peoples’ Self-Help Housing ($109) 1594

November 13:  Surgery fee for 4-year-old daughter of single mom.  Referral:  Dr. Pederson ($100) 1595

November 13:  Restaurant cards for children being cared for by their seriously ill grandmother.  Referral:  Stella Medina, LINK ($100) 1596

Items Donated:  North County deliveries by Dee Lacy and Jayne Devencenzi; washer and dryer delivery by Terry Elfrink and David Buck-Moyer; clothes and toys from Kate Mavis; North County delivery by Colleen Spafford; 2 cases of diapers from Kemay Eoyang; blankets from Andrea Devitt; handmade blankets from Katie Perez;  blankets from Houry Severdjian; clothes for Pirate’s Closet from Leslie Rotstein; toiletries from Judy Riener; port-a-crib from Pat Cano; items for camping family from Michele Starling, Jen Melton, and Roberta Kassak; crib from Kathy Lamoree; clothes from Helma Smulders; 2 sleeping bags from Judy Rutter; toiletries and newborn clothes from Jayne Devencenzi; delivery to South County by Stu Soren; 2 crib/toddler beds from Jayne Auchterlonie; delivery to South County again by Stu Soren; delivery to Prado and Grizzley Academy by Kat Tuculet; 5 fleece baby blankets from Katie Perez; clothes from Mariam Shah; 2 cameras and an iPad from Leslie and Dave Jones for Laguna students; children’s clothes from Arlene Versaw; groceries and restaurant card for camping family from Kathy apRoberts; twin sheets from Natalie Schaefer and Kathy Greer; South County delivery by Janice Chagoya; North County delivery by Jayne Devencenzi; baby carrier from Lisa Aquino; diapers and wipes from Kim Nico;

Funds Donated:   Jayne Devencenzi, Elaine Gardiner, Dan Carpenter, Mary Weeks, Pamela Peters, Lynn Heinrich, Madeline Stevenson, Gail Applegate, Maria Page, Janice Chagoya, Wendy Hallin, Marla Lee Eaton, Nicole Pazden, Katie Perez, Phyllis Bettencourt, Ginny Kenny, Margaret Helley, Jeanette Krystoff, Bonnie Rivera, Bluma Felix, Gila Pomerantz, Lori Sonnabend, Liz Miller, Mariam Shah, Robin White, Christina Doherty, Rosemary Cleaves, Susan Demma, Madeline Fay, Mary Anne Morgan, Arlene Versaw, Marilyn Banducci, Judy Barclay, Leslie Rotstein, Jacquelyn Miller, Andrea Brown, Vivian Levy, Barbara Rosenthal, Maggie Maly, Marianita Borgstrom, Darlene Krouse, Karen Muschenetz, Evelyn Ruehr, Deborah Whitson, Sema Alptekin, Ann Martel, Donna Howard, Karen Morgan, Lainie Wachter, Anneka Scranton, Jeannette Powles, Vita Miller, Jay and Carol Devore, Nancy Shearer, Liz Curren, Andrea Blanco, Madeline Stevenson, Cathy Hughes, Gail Sears, Dr. & Mrs. Zorus Colglazier,

Saturday, November 1, 2014

What Womenade Shared October 15th - 31st. Thank you!

October 16:  Emergency motel stay for man in serious need.  Referral:  Larry Feldt, CAPSLO, South County Homeless Services ($54.45) 1549

October 17:  Car seats for siblings ages 3, 5, and 6.  Referral:  Barbara Turk, Child Welfare Services, and shopping by Toni Negranti ($193.78) 1574

October 17:  School clothes, shoes, and underwear for high school girl.  As the oldest in her family, she helps her single mom with the other children.  Referral:  Ivette Felix, LINK ($200) 1550

October 17:  Laundry basket and sheets for family moving to housing.  Referral:  Melissa Musgrave, San Luis Coastal Schools ($28.06) 1550

October 17:  Car registration and insurance for woman who is trying to be more independent, including maintaining ongoing therapy appointments.  Referral:  Brandon Maynard, RISE ($295.25) 1537 VOID 1551 and 1552 to replace 1537

October 21:  Gas card for Cuesta student and single mother of an 11-month-old who is applying to transfer to Cal Poly to get her teaching credential.  Referral:  Andrea Devitt, counselor, Cuesta College ($100) 1553

October 22:  Umbrella stroller for new family.  Referral:  PHN, and shopping by Toni Negranti ($17.80) 1574

October 22:  Sturdy stroller for family that walks to stores and appointments.  Referral:  PHN, shopping and donation by Toni Negranti ($51.19) 1574

October 22:  Bumbo seat for Down’s baby to learn to sit.  Referral:  PHN, and shopping by Toni Negranti ($17.80) 1574

October 22:  DMV registration for a man who is living in his car, and looking for work.  Referral:  Debbie Beckett, CAPSLO ($103) 1554

October 22:  Guitar and case for a Foster youth who loves playing the guitar, but hers was stolen during a time of homelessness.  Referral:  Pieter Neethling, Family Care Network ($136.07) 1555

October 22:  Clothes, underwear, and shoes for 3 siblings in a struggling family.  Referral:  PHN ($200) 1556

October 23:  Underwear and shoes for 5 children.  Referral:  Diana Howard, LINK ($200) 1557

October 24:  RV trailer rent for mom and her 2 teens while they wait for their Section 8 housing unit to be ready mid-November.  Referral:  Debbie Beckett, CAPSLO ($200) 1558

October 24:  Gas card for a man being discharged from the hospital to get to medical appointments.  Referral:  Drew Washer, French Hospital social worker ($25) 1559

October 24:  Formula for newborn.  Referral:  Sierra Vista social worker ($35.48) 1560

October 24:  Emergency diabetic supplies for young boy with Type 1.  Mother is working to get coordinated with Medi-Cal.   Referral:  Barbara Rose, Lucia Mar School District nurse ($225) 1561

October 24: Partial car repair payment for elderly homeless man.  Referral:  Eloisa Medina, ECHO ($300) 1562

October 24:  Payment to emergency room doctor for care of 9-year-old boy.  Referral:  Cecilia Merrill ($296) 1563

October 24:  Bus ticket for mother and newborn to go to live with her family.  Referral:  Sierra Vista social worker ($135.50) 1564

October 27:  Water bill payment to prevent shut off for a couple struggling due to reduced work hours and a family emergency.  Referral:  Aracely Barajas, Peoples Self Help Housing ($257.09) 1565

October 28:  Dental treatment for 15-year-old boy who does not qualify for the current County grant.  Referral:  Dr. Tran ($110) 1566

October 28:  Food and gas for the family of elementary students.  The mother has been laid off from a local restaurant for 3 weeks and has just now found a new job.  Referral:  Daniel Rodriguez, LINK  ($200) 1567

October 28:  Car seat for 4-year-old transitioning back to his mother’s care.  Referral:  Denise Maltone, Child Welfare Services ($47.51) 1568

October 28:  Partial rent for a formerly homeless man.  In the past year, he lost his wife and then the son who was providing him with housing.   Due to the cost of car repairs, he is short rent.  Referral:  Jim Healy, Peoples Self Help Housing ($300) 1569

October 28:  Partial rent and food for a single dad who lost his job.  Referral:  Sonia Green, LINK ($200 and $100) 1570 and 1571

October 28:  Food for a homeless father whose child has diet restrictions.  Referral:  Romi Ramirez, LINK  ($100) 1571

October 29:  Baby swing.  Referral:  PHN, and shopping by Toni Negranti  ($48.36) 1574

October 30:  Jackets and shoes for elementary student whose family is struggling.  Referral:  Romi Ramirez, LINK ($100) 1572

October 30:  Clothes for Del Rio Continuation High School student who has gone through difficult times.  Referral:  Romi Ramirez, LINK ($150) 1572

October 30:  Partial payment for a mom to go to UCLA to get a psych evaluation.  Referral:  Ivette Felix, LINK ($162.50) 1573

Items Donated:  diapers from special event at Whiz Kids; diapers from Dawn Tyra; pack-n-play and children’s clothes from Pat Cano; baby gate from nice garage sale family; 5 hand knit baby blankets from Ruth Nagano; child and adult clothing from Marian Gregory; high chair from Rosemary Cleaves; household items delivered to a family by Naomi Blakely and Jayne Devencenzi; silverware from Naomi Blakely; children’s clothes from Helma Smulders; baby clothes, Moses basket, and nursing supplies from Anonymous; sofa from Ilene; North County delivery by Colleen Spafford; Halloween costumes from Cub Scout Pack 13, Arroyo Grande delivered by David Oksner; clothes and bedding from Mariam Shah; high chair from Rosemary Cleaves; socks, toiletries, and children’s clothes from Jayne Auchterlonie; can openers from Susan Updegrove; coat from Bette Kulp; 2 cases of wipes from Kathie Hendricks; 

Funds Donated:  
--> Paul and Joanne La Plante, Melaleuca, Ingrid Pires, Open Studios raffle proceeds organized by Wendy Daly, Barbara Evanish, Colleen Spafford, Nan Williamson, Kathy Greer, Marilyn Fuller, Marylou Gooden, Mila Vujovich-La Barre, Kathy Long, Cathy Swenson, Jane Larkin, Ros McQuade, Diana Foch, Judy Riener, Susan Updegrove, Leslie Jones, Naomi Blakely, Lisa Bertrand, Mary Parker, Martina Knight,

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Luis Obispo Donates to Womenade

Sandy Richardson, Womenade President and Judy Hornaday, Community Outreach Offering Committee Chair

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of San Luis Obispo County donated $1,124 from their Community Outreach Offering to Womenade.  We are grateful to partner with Reverend Rod Richards and the congregation.  100% of this donation will go directly to community members in need.  Thank you!

Monday, October 27, 2014