February 20, 2018

Helping Hands Soup Bowl Fundraiser

SPRINGDALE JOB CORPS
Helping Hands Soup Bowl Fundraiser
Corbett Grange Helping Hands Food Program
SPRINGDALE JOB CORPS BREAKING NEWS
When? May 16, 2012
Where? Springdale Job Corps
What time? 6 pm
Who can come? EVERYONE! Helping Hands needs OUR helping hands!
RSVP needed? Preferred so we can ensure there’s more than enough to go around!
Who to call? Asha Aiello, Springdale Job Corps, 503-695-2245 x 244 or cell 503-880-5408.
What’s the deal? You’ll purchase a soup bowl made by staff and students at Springdale, and fill that bowl with yummy soup made by the culinary program at Springdale. You get to take your bowl (or bowls!) home with you as a special reminder! ($10/bowl)
What happened?
Helping Hands Food Program, located in Corbett, OR—just a few miles up the road, endured theft of most of their essential equipment. The damage included broken eggs, ruined food, ruined boxes and the theft of things such as microwave, refrigerator, popcorn machine, and more items that assist in ensuring seniors and families in need can eat and get essential supplies.
This has been devastating to the program, which is a nonprofit, fully volunteer run program through the local Grange Hall. It’s an essential part of the community due to the fact that Corbett is located in unincorporated Multnomah County and quite a distance from most food banks and shelters. The community rallies around this program and considers it a vital, important asset to ensuring individuals stay safe and supported in tough times.

The Helping Hands Program provides two amazing services: We are open to the general public on Mondays and Thursdays from 2:00-6:00 p.m. Two bags of groceries per family per visit are available for a suggested donation of ONLY $10.00 to cover program expens-es. Bags are provided at the door. The program offers a wide range of food items from boxed and canned food, to fresh produce, and frozen and refrigerated items. Pet food is also available. On Mondays from 11:00-1:00 p.m., the doors are open to Senior resi-dents (over 55 years of age). During this time, Seniors enjoy donuts, coffee and socializa-tion with their neighbors followed by a hot lunch.
Phone: 503-695-2245 x 244
Fax: 503-695-2254
E-mail: aiello.asha@jobcorps.org
31224 E Historic Columbia River Hwy
Troutdale, OR 97060

Randy Trani About Randy Trani

A science teacher at heart, Dr. Trani loves the Corbett school community and the Corbett community at large. As a resident of Corbett Dr. Trani is committed to delivering quality education to Corbett students. Dr. Trani became the principal of Corbett Schools in 2004, promoted to Superintendent of Corbett School District #39 in 2010.