everyone lit just one little candle, what a bright world this would be!
Future Hope Festivals TBA
The Harvest Festival has changed to become the Hope Festival. It is now
being held in Feb and run by Tyler Zangaglia. Tyler along
with hundreds of volunteers prepar the event and serve eastside families
in need. It is always a huge success benefitting many families!
Many volunteers are needed to serve donated clothes, books, and groceries
to families in need. If you are a licensed hair stylist or massage therapist
please consider donating your talent to this day of giving. To volunteer
please contact: email@example.com
Free for Harvest/Hope Festival guests:
Clothing for the entire family.
||Personal massages, chiropractic care and haircuts.
A wide selection of books and movies.
Holiday treats and beverages.
Do you know of a community that needs a Harvest Festival? ARAS can work
with you in setting up a program in the area of your choice, be it for
thousands of guests or a dozen; let us know your needs. As always, our
financial requirements grow as national poverty increases. Insurance,
promotion, storage, transportation and many other costs must be met before
each event we produce. Donors of $500 or more will be recognized as Harvest
Festival Sponsors and may choose to have their names and/or names of their
businesses displayed on posters and in media coverage. Your contribution
of any amount will be deeply appreciated. If you can help, please call
us now at 360-366-8421 or email Mary Trask at:
Bob Trask at:
|If you are in need of clothes, books or groceries
or know of a family who is, please contact us.
How Can You Help With Future Harvest/Hope
Here Are Several Ways
Join the ARAS Volunteer Service Team. Email:
Make a tax deductible donation of cash or other properties . It all helps!
For a contribution of $500 or more you may become a Harvest Festival Sponsor.
Invite your club, friends or church to consider arranging a Harvest Festival
for an area you feel strongly about.
Remember: all donations are tax-deductible.
Debi Ayres -‘Tell Your Story Photography’ captured the essence
of the Harvest Festival on film with her creative eye. Please enjoy the
pictures we have posted.
2011 Harvest Festival Video
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