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Arigbon Charity Foundation feeds 100 & warmed 150! (250 served!)

Posted on December 05 2014

On Friday  December 5th, 2014  The Arigbon Charity Foundation  teamed up with Wavy Boy Clothing, and others  (via donation) to feed 100 people  with sack lunches that included; sandwiches, ritz crackers, flavored waffers, and capri suns.The ACF also kept 150 people warm by handing out beanies and socks, for a total of 250 people served.

(Paper lunches & beanies that were handed out  Friday Dec 5, 2014)

With flyers covering the surrounding areas, the ACF anticipated more than the usual 100 people to be in attendance.

(Flyers covered a 16 block radius)

Cold and hungry Oregonians left warm and full of HOPE for a better tomorrow.

 

Men enjoyed gray, black , and blue beanies while women sported a pleasantly pink beanie.

 

People left with HOPE, hope for a better for tomorrow.

We here at Wavy Boy Clothing would like to give a SPECIAL THANKS to Olabisi Carter, who acted as the spearhead of the operation. She dealt with adversity, and maintained an efficient campaign, simultaneously! Hats off to her, and everyone who was a part of tonights event rather it was through volunteering your time or funds!

If you would like to be a part of the next ACF event, sign up to VOLUNTEER, or DONATE at Arigboncharity.org today!

 

The total amount of people The Arigbon Charity Foundation has instilled hope in stands over 600 people! Thank you to everyone who has helped this movement and GOD BLESS.

 

 

 

 

 

2 comments

  • Dicky: July 18, 2015

    I feel like I’m always plyinag the devil’s advocate on your blog but here goes. You know I’m ANYTHING but a perfectionist. My home would only qualify for the Disaster Walk. And yet, if I could afford it, I can see the appeal of the hidden dishwasher, for the same reason I used to keep our TV in a cabinet with closed doors. I like a home that looks more vintage, without technology on display. I like the appearance of wood better than glossy metal. Except of course for my KitchenAid mixer, which is a thing of beauty in itself and I would never hide away.I may not be able to afford the hidden dishwasher, but I do have a hidden fridge behind all that artwork which in my asthethic (if you could call it that!) is much prettier than that huge metal box.

  • Alif: July 17, 2015

    I’m not sure that the covered davewishhrsis an attempt to hide the fact that you have a dishwasher any more than those Sub-Zero grudges with cabinet exteriors are an attempt to hide the fridge. No one is denying that they have a dishwasher; they just want it to blend in.But as to your larger point, the problem is not with the people who project a perfect image, be they celebrities or your neighbors. The problem is with the receiver if she interprets it as pressure also to be perfect. You know well that I prefer to be nicely dressed and made up in public. That does not mean I do so to make others feel sloppy or to imply that they should do the same. I do what I am comfortable with; others should as well. It’s like Eleanor Roosevelt’s quote: no one can make you feel inferior without your consent.

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