$2.7 Million Goal $3M
to-date - 9.20.2005
We would like to thank all our donors. We are fortunate to live in a community
& state where helping and caring are not exceptions. Thank you!
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George S. and
Dolores Dore’ Eccles Foundation - $100,000
Shelli Gardner Foundation - $50,000
Ashton Family Foundation - $15,000
Zion Harley Davidson "Flood of Love" Campaign - $20,140
Springdale/Rockville Yard Sale Fund Raiser -$4,733
St. George Catholic Church Youth Fund Raiser - $525
Mrs. Dewey's Second Grade Class - $1,182
Heritage Choir Concert - $13,500
Dixie State College Fund Raiser - $1,466
Green Valley Ward Bake Sale - $2,529
Walmart Yard Sale Fund Raiser - $8,203
Santa Clara Elementary School Yard Sale - $2,250
Hurricane High School - $2,092
St. George Rotary Club - $1,372
Muddy River Fund Raiser - Gunlock $20,981
Jeff Springer Eagle Project - $750
Muddy River Fundraiser at Tuacahn.
Sponsored by the City
of Ivins with the help of many volunteers. There was food, entertainment, sand painting, bake
sales, hand made crafts and home decor items, quilts,
throws and more. Local artists had their art on display
and was sold by silent and live auctions. Children loved the crafts and story telling activities. Thanks
to all for a great day. $24,611 was raised with
50% going to Gunlock for flood damage repairs.
Flood Relief Yard Sale/Fundraiser was held at
the Santa Clara Elementary parking lot
on Saturday, April 16th. A check in the amount of $2,250 was donated to the flood relief fund by Doree
Sargent, event chairwoman. The remaining items were donated
to the Erin Kimball Memorial Foundation.
Some other previous donations:
Springdale and Rockville, UT.
Sunny Lee, Shirley Vanderwerff and Pam Leach present $4,732.75 to Michael
vice president of the Flood Relief Foundation.
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LIST OF THOSE WHO DONATED TO THIS BENEFIT RAFFLE.
$2,000 donated by Georgia
Christensen of Cedar Fort Publishing. They are giving this money
to the relief fund from the proceeds of their current leading sales book.
"Mormon World Records" by Paul Skousen. They also presented the
"largest get well card" to the community.
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