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Rotary Club of Federal Way donates $7,000 emergency funding to help organizations provide food

The club donated $3,500 to Communities In Schools to help feed more students; $3,500 to local churches to provide groceries to those in need.

The Rotary Club of Federal Way has donated $7,000 in emergency funding to alleviate the stress to local organizations that are providing food and groceries in Federal Way.

The club donated $3,500 to Communities In Schools to help feed more students and help facilitate the BAG Program in Federal Way schools.

Also, in coordination with Federal Way Public Schools and faith-based leaders in the Federal Way area, Rotary has donated $3,500 to support meal and/or groceries to apartment communities that cannot be reached with current distribution efforts. The churches that have received support with this funding to help distribute food/groceries are: One Hope Four Square, Family Life Community Church, Journey Church, Grace Church, Brooklake Church, Tentative Christ’s Church, and Soma Church.

Rotary Club officials said they are making a difference in the community and will continue to look for ways to help in this special time of need.


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