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    February 12, 2022
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Steve's HOMETOWN DEALERSHIPS STEVESHOMETOWNDEALERSHIPS.COM WEISER - ONTARIO - FRUITLAND 32 so Jees ERSARY TOYOTA THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! BECAUSE OF OUR GENEROUS COMMUNITY, THE HELP THEM TO HOPE CHARITY WAS ABLE TO DO THE FOLLOWING THIS HOLIDAY SEASsON: FOOD AND TOY DRIVE RESULTS Toys were distributed to 927 Children in 340 families Food Boxes delivered to 447 families Meals on Wheels distributed 117 Single food boxes 146 Individuals in Nursing Homes received gifts 29 Children participated in Shop with a Cop 404 Bicycles were distributed to kids and families 10 Pallets of food distributed to local area food banks. 2 Truck loads of food delivered to the Wieser Senior Center VOLUNTEERS An estimated 3,466 Volunteer hours were logged this Holiday Season. This year we could not have accomplished our goals without our army of volunteers. We would like to acknowledge the following volunteers for their hard work: Oregon Dept. of Human Services - WICAPS - Southeast Oregon Food Bank - Argus Observer - Steve's Hometown Dealerships - Albertsons - Payette City Police Dept. - Ontario City Police Dept. - Justserve.org - SRCI - and so many, many CONTRIBUTORS We would like to thank Mayor Riley Hill for the building/warehouse donation, Food Donations Community Food Drive - Local Area Businesses - Community Partners - Public Donations - Albertsons - Seneca - Ridleys - Haun Packing - Appleton Produce - Larry Maxa - Henggeler Packing. FOOD DRIVE CONTEST WINNERS 1st place: 6,197 + $957 cash Ontario High School 2nd Place: 6,021 Fruitland Middle School 3rd Place: 5,882 Fruitland Elementary FOOD, BICYCLE & TOY DRIVE Nyssa Middle School (Nyssa) - 827 Cans Nyssa Elementary (Nyssa) - 851 Cans School Food Drive Results: Fruitland High School - 5,267 Cans Fruitland Middle School - 6,021 Cans Fruitland Elementary - 5,882 Cans Westside Elementary Payette - 3,234 Cans Ontario High School - 6,197 Cans + $957 cash Ontario Middle School - 1,729 Cans Ontario (Cairo Elementary) - 1,072 Cans Ontario (May Roberts Elementary) - 1,405 Cans Ontario (Pioneer Elementary) - 402 Cans Weiser High School (Weiser) - 5,400 Cans Park Intermediate School (Weiser) - 900 Cans Pioneer Elementary School (Weiser) - 550 Cans Vale Elementary School (Vale) - 830 Can Bicycle Donations: Steve's Hometown Dealerships Private Citizens SRCI Bike Program Toyota Grant Funds Toy Donations: Public Donations (Collection Boxes) Nichols Accounting Edge Performance Sports Steve's Hometown Dealerships Dutch Bros On behalf of Help Them To Hope, thank you to our community for doing so much giving for your neighbors in our community. Steve Dominguez Vice President Help Them To Hope Owner Hometown Dealerships METOWN Steve's HOMETOWN DEALERSHIPS STEVESHOMETOWNDEALERSHIPS.COM WEISER - ONTARIO - FRUITLAND 32 so Jees ERSARY TOYOTA THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT! BECAUSE OF OUR GENEROUS COMMUNITY, THE HELP THEM TO HOPE CHARITY WAS ABLE TO DO THE FOLLOWING THIS HOLIDAY SEASsON: FOOD AND TOY DRIVE RESULTS Toys were distributed to 927 Children in 340 families Food Boxes delivered to 447 families Meals on Wheels distributed 117 Single food boxes 146 Individuals in Nursing Homes received gifts 29 Children participated in Shop with a Cop 404 Bicycles were distributed to kids and families 10 Pallets of food distributed to local area food banks. 2 Truck loads of food delivered to the Wieser Senior Center VOLUNTEERS An estimated 3,466 Volunteer hours were logged this Holiday Season. This year we could not have accomplished our goals without our army of volunteers. We would like to acknowledge the following volunteers for their hard work: Oregon Dept. of Human Services - WICAPS - Southeast Oregon Food Bank - Argus Observer - Steve's Hometown Dealerships - Albertsons - Payette City Police Dept. - Ontario City Police Dept. - Justserve.org - SRCI - and so many, many CONTRIBUTORS We would like to thank Mayor Riley Hill for the building/warehouse donation, Food Donations Community Food Drive - Local Area Businesses - Community Partners - Public Donations - Albertsons - Seneca - Ridleys - Haun Packing - Appleton Produce - Larry Maxa - Henggeler Packing. FOOD DRIVE CONTEST WINNERS 1st place: 6,197 + $957 cash Ontario High School 2nd Place: 6,021 Fruitland Middle School 3rd Place: 5,882 Fruitland Elementary FOOD, BICYCLE & TOY DRIVE Nyssa Middle School (Nyssa) - 827 Cans Nyssa Elementary (Nyssa) - 851 Cans School Food Drive Results: Fruitland High School - 5,267 Cans Fruitland Middle School - 6,021 Cans Fruitland Elementary - 5,882 Cans Westside Elementary Payette - 3,234 Cans Ontario High School - 6,197 Cans + $957 cash Ontario Middle School - 1,729 Cans Ontario (Cairo Elementary) - 1,072 Cans Ontario (May Roberts Elementary) - 1,405 Cans Ontario (Pioneer Elementary) - 402 Cans Weiser High School (Weiser) - 5,400 Cans Park Intermediate School (Weiser) - 900 Cans Pioneer Elementary School (Weiser) - 550 Cans Vale Elementary School (Vale) - 830 Can Bicycle Donations: Steve's Hometown Dealerships Private Citizens SRCI Bike Program Toyota Grant Funds Toy Donations: Public Donations (Collection Boxes) Nichols Accounting Edge Performance Sports Steve's Hometown Dealerships Dutch Bros On behalf of Help Them To Hope, thank you to our community for doing so much giving for your neighbors in our community. Steve Dominguez Vice President Help Them To Hope Owner Hometown Dealerships METOWN