Retirement community University House Issaquah recently raised and donated $5,175 to Issaquah Food and Clothing Bank.
Staff wanted to use the fundraiser as a way to help the local community, at a time where COVID-19 and the economic fallout has created food insecurities in some families.
With the funds, the food and clothing bank will be able to purchase most-needed items in the community.
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