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Community is everything. Being a tight knit family run business, we know firsthand how important it is to help one another out. We truly believe that a powerful, socially conscious community structure can relieve us from the pressures of the modern world and make this world a better place for all of us. One Love ♥
More than 2 million people in the U.S. lack access to running water and basic indoor plumbing. This fundraiser will fund water wells for low-income households that do not have access to water at home or within a reasonable distance. Individual wells and small, shared wells are one of the most cost‐effective ways to provide safe drinking water to American homes that don’t have access to safe drinking water. The households most effected are primarily in rural, unincorporated areas or minority communities that may be isolated or difficult to reach.
This campaign will also support water access across the Navajo Nation to families that have no running water at home. 30% of people on the Navajo Nation don’t have running water, and Indigenous populations are 19x more likely to be living in water poverty than White Americans. We will install Home Water Systems to families living in rural parts of the Navajo Nation that will provide running water and electricity for the first time. Designed by partner DigDeep, the Home Water System provides solar power and 1,200 gallons of clean, hot and cold running water that is replenished monthly through a water trucking system. As part of this focus, we will also provide 275-gallon water tanks to families directly affected by COVID-19 and have no running water at home.
Water is life. Without access to safe water, individuals are at risk, and communities lack access to opportunities. Water does more than just quench thirst — it promotes equality.
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Founded in 1981, the Arlington Community Food Bank was established in response to the growing concern of hunger in the communities of Arlington and Lakewood within Snohomish County, Washington. They are a 501c3 non-profit corporation and their mission is to provide emergency food at no cost to children, families, and individuals within this area. They never turn anyone away without food!
Their operations are 100% volunteer, made up of dedicated community members who donate their time and talents as both staff and board members. They are able to keep our doors open because of the generosity of local businesses, organizations and individual donors.
What is food insecurity?
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) defines food insecurity as a lack of consistent access to enough food for an active, healthy life. In 2017, an estimated 1 in 8 Americans were food insecure, equating to 40 million Americans including more than 12 million children. Washington state ranks 10th in the country in overall wealth – and ranks 34th in food insecurity. 1 in 6 Washington kids live in a household that faces challenges in putting enough food on the table.
The extreme increase of requests for help, due to COVID-19, has put a major strain on the Food Bank, and their available food supply. PLEASE HELP us ensure no person, family or child struggles with having enough food to eat during the COVID-19 crisis.
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The Rotary Club of Arlington is a group of business owners, professionals and community leaders that are dedicated to making our world and our community stronger. We are committed to the ideal of "Service Above Self", while enjoying fun fellowship, and friendships.
Mission: To empower military veterans to grow food, communities, and each other.
Founded in 2012, Growing Veterans has been combining veteran reintegration with sustainable agriculture. Our unique model addresses the growing desire for alternative therapies for Post-Traumatic Stress (PTS) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), as well as suicide prevention through peer-support and Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) certification.
Using the farm as the catalyst, we provide opportunities for veterans to engage in peer-support and engage with the broader community.
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