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Centerstone’s fall newsletter is here! Read about the new collaborative coalition that is examining the racial inequities for Blacks in Washington State; see some fabulous shots from our 50th Anniversary Gala and Auction; check out what the students at Lake Washington Girls Middle School have been up to; and learn how you can support Centerstone this fall (spoiler: it involves having a beer with us!).
We have one thing to say…and that is thank you to all of the generous people and groups who supported our Groupon Grassroots campaign that ran from July 31 – August 7 to raise support for the kids in Centerstone’s Food Bank. Your generous donations helped us raise $2,674 to provide 764 sack lunches for Centerstone kids! This community effort also helped promote awareness of Centerstone’s mission and will get us loads of smiles from happy children. Thank you!
A true “child of the 60s,” 72-year-old Lorraine Campbell is a warm, upbeat, free-spirited woman with a wealth of life experience. She is a three-time cancer survivor. She’s also a published author, and is currently working on a memoir which she hopes to fund through an Artist Trust Fellowship. Yet despite living life to the fullest, Lorraine can barely afford to eat. She lives on only $710 a month in Supplemental Security Income with $100 a month in food stamps. She can afford to spend $1 on each meal. Read More »