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Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner Boxes & a Turkey Trot Fun Run
There are a lot of hungry people in Clark County with many of those facing hunger being children and the elderly. With the holidays already here, the needs of our neighbors in the community don’t go away. Because of a wonderful community that supports us, we are fortunate to be able to give back to our community. With the help of the amazing team at Brantley Christianson Real Estate, & the generous team at the Fred Meyer - Orchards Location, and the collective determination & might of the Ryonet team, we were able to purchase & pack 160 Thanksgiving meal boxes for the Arc of Southwest Washington & local Veterans.
Ryonet would like to thank Brantley Christianson Real Estate for their partnership this year. Their meaningful contribution to the 2018 Turkey Box Build ensures that families in Clark County, WA that need a little support will have a nice Thanksgiving meal. It’s partners like Brantley Christianson that really help in making a positive impact on the local community. The housing market in the Portland/Vancouver Metro is growing quickly, and it is reassuring to know we have Real Estate partners that really do care about the community. If you are in the market for a home in the Oregon, Washington area, get in contact with the team at Brantley Christianson Real Estate today.
Ryonet would also like to thank our friends at Fred Meyer - Orchards location in partnering with us this year. The contributions from the team at Fred Meyer will make a nice Thanksgiving dinner a reality for a lot of families in Clark County, WA. Whether you are in the store walking through all the great departments or on the go and picking up groceries with their new easy to use Pickup ordering App, the team at Fred Meyer really cares about their community and customer experience.
One of Ryonet’s key values is to serve. As a company, we love to give back to the community we live in. By being able to provide Thanksgiving meals for the hungry we were able to do that. We can’t thank our loyal customers enough for supporting us to the point where we are able to give back. While it means a lot to the company as a whole to give back, it also affects each individual that works at Ryonet differently.
Check out the quotes below to see what our team is thankful for this time of year.
“Since 1936, The Arc of Southwest Washington has provided services locally to tens of thousands of persons with developmental disabilities and their families in Southwest Washington. In the process, it has tirelessly promoted the acceptance and inclusion of people of all abilities, advocated for the most current research-based improvements, and opened new doors in helping people achieve a lifetime of success.”
Twenty-Two Veteran students currently attending WSU that were honorably discharged from the military will receive Turkey Dinners this year. We are honored to help support these women and men as they transition back to civilian life while getting an education at the same time.
Ryonet is a "Mashed Potato Level Sponsor" of the Turkey Trot this year, providing all the needed manpower and supplies to print the 1400 Turkey Trot Participants Shirts, & Polar Plunge Printed Towels this year. Allmade Apparel participated as the "Gravy Level Sponsor" providing all the actual shirts for participants. Fun Run shirts never looked or felt so good.
Since 2002, families in Clark County Washington have met for an early am run before gathering around their Thanksgiving table. As popularity and numbers grew, these families realized that their traditional morning Turkey Trot could become a meaningful way to serve the hungry in their communities, especially on a day like Thanksgiving. So they organized the run and decided to donate 100% of the race proceeds to Clark County Food Bank, Now, T-shirt purchases and Polar Plunge registration fees generate enough funding to provide tens of thousands of meals for people in the community! To get involved in the fun and to help Clark County Food Bank alleviate hunger in Clark County, 'like' the official Turkey Trot Facebook page to stay updated on all things Turkey Trot and, when the time comes around, don't forget to sign up for the Thanksgiving day festivities!
“Clark County Food Bank is a regional food bank that distributes 6 million pounds of food and 5 million meals a year. We partner with over 35 local agencies and programs to serve the food insecure in our community. With 65,000 hungry individuals in Clark County, the need is great, but we are here to help. Find out how you can help our community by giving your time, food, or other resources.”