Thank you, Rotary, for giving big!

The local community group gave $5,000 to Plateau Outreach Ministries.

Thank you, Rotary, for giving big!

Dear Enumclaw Rotarians and the Enumlcaw Rotary Foundation,

Plateau Outreach Ministries exceedingly grateful for your grant of $5,000 as a dollar-for-dollar match for our first fund raiser of the year, the GiveBig on May 6th. We recognize that this is a difficult time for many organizations in our community, and we are deeply humbled by your trust in the work POM does for our neighbors in need.

Rotary is filled with true leaders who continually work to make this one of the best places to live. We are so grateful for your unfailing support, through both good times and challenging times like these! We can’t wait to let the entire community know that it is because of Enumclaw Rotary that we are able to continue serving the increasing number of people who need us.

With sincere gratitude,

Elisha Smith-Marshall, Executive Director

Elaine Olson, Director of Community Engagement


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