The Heart of Bellevue LifeSpring
Wednesday, June 2, 2021
Over the past year, Bellevue LifeSpring membership circles have rallied together to inspire their communities to collect food and hygiene items for Bellevue children impacted by COVID-19.
The Yarrow Point Circle is hosting its food drive until the end of the school year. Check out how Yarrow Point Circle members are partnering with the local Yarrow Point Town Hall to inspire their neighbors to join them in giving back.
The Fairweather Circle has collected and facilitated regular donations of food and hygiene items to the Bellevue School District throughout the pandemic. “There are so many families in Bellevue that are in desperate need of a hand up,” shared Karin Dashen, a Fairweather Circle member. “Bellevue LifeSpring is doing all it can to provide basic needs to these families. Fairweather Circle is working hard to keep its commitment of supporting Bellevue LifeSpring in this endeavor. It is our responsibility, as a community, to help each other. We are a TEAM – Together Everyone Achieves More!”
When COVID-19 hit, the Youth Council teamed up with their classmates to run a food drive for their peers. Recently, the One Circle more than doubled its goal of collecting 1,000 bags of food for Bellevue kids with the help of the Youth Council, community members, local businesses, and schools!
Thank you to all Bellevue LifeSpring circle members who are making a difference every day for Bellevue kids. The school district is still in need of food and hygiene items to finish out the school year. See the most needed items and learn how to set up a donation today.