North Whidbey Help House Food Drive

by Robert Young 14th July 2017


As many of you know, North Whidbey Help House is celebrating their 40th Anniversary this year!  In celebration, we have once again joined with Coldwell Banker Koetje Real Estate to collect food during their Christmas in July Food Drive event.  Our goal is to reach 4,000 items in honor of their 40th Anniversary


We hope you will join with us in our efforts to collect 4,000 items.  Food donations can be dropped off at our office or any Flat Robert location. 


Flat Robert will be located at

Zorbas (July 10-16)
Ace Hardware (July 17-23) and

Whidbey Golf Club (July 24-31) 

Posted by WhidbeyLocal
Friday, 14th July 2017, 02:20pm.
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