On Sept 1st, 2020 Beth Jarvis, Marketing Director for SnoCope CU met with Jessica Moore, Director of Development at the VOA Food Bank, to present a check for $454.
While remaining socially distant, Jessica Moore accepted the check in front of the VOA and commented, “We are so grateful! Today’s Food Bank needs are greater than ever. In some areas, the number of families requiring assistance has tripled. Families have lost jobs, have reduced incomes, or are in need of more assistance. Having a local food bank truly serves as an everyday lifeline for families who are struggling to extend their meager budgets for critical needs like healthcare and rent, so every single donation helps.”
Contributions to the SnoCope’s first “virtual fundraiser” were made by SnoCope’s vendors: CU Prodigy, CUNA TruStage Insurance and the CO-OP, as well as, the SnoCope staff and members.
Jessica Moore added, “Everyone’s thoughtfulness and participation in your Food Drive Fundraiser is greatly appreciated, we thank you for being part of the solution and invite everyone to continue their ongoing support as this pandemic continues to put families in crisis.”
If you are interested in making a donation to the VOA you can contact Jessica Moore at 425-212-5320 and mail checks to Volunteers of America Western Washington, 2802 Broadway, Everett, WA 98201 or donate online at www.voaww.org.Go to main navigation