Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation still looking for votes for $25,000 grant

This week is the last week Enumclaw residents can help the Rainier Foothills Wellness Foundation win a $25,000 grant.

The foundation was selected as one of 200 finalists (out of 2000 applications) in the State Farm Neighborhood Assist program to win the grant.

The 40 nonprofits that receive the most votes will receive the grant.

Voting went live Oct. 26, and will be going on through Nov. 4.

Results will be announced Nov. 30.

To vote, go to www.neighborhoodassist.com and under the “search” box (all the way to the right), search “care van”.

Or, select the “community development” category and filter by the state of Washington.

Or, you can simply click here.

Voting requires registration with the website, which includes entering a full name, date of birth, address, email, phone number, and verification that you are not a robot.

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