Operation Sack Lunch
Rating: 4.71 stars 7 7 reviews
PO Box 4128 Seattle WA 98194 USA
"To provide dignity, care, and compassion through action, with the example that each person can make a difference. To educate and advocate acceptance and understanding of each other''s differences. To ultimately bring about the realization that we are all a vital part of this world and with extended effort put an end to homelessness, hunger and hatred."
OPERATION: Sack Lunch is a multi-faceted organization, providing meals, clothing, sleeping bags and blankets to the those on the street, speaking and performing multimedia presentations for local schools, businesses, civic and faith-based groups, hiring employees from it's client base, and serving as an important voice in local government and media.
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I began my experience with OSL supporting my teenage daughter in her volunteer efforts. Later I became a donor to Operation Sack Lunch. Later still, I was recruited as a board member. I am incrediably impressed with the fine work accomplished by this organization with very limited resources, doing the most basic of functions - feeding those in need. With the needs in our community greater than ever, this organization is very important to the very fabric of our community.
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I find it vrey rewarding to personally contribute my time to an organization run by dedicated people, with a vision, doing improtant work, that accomplish an incredible amouont with limited resources.
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This is an organization that needs a greater donor & volunteer base to consistently perform the work they do into the future.
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