Exchange Club Of Highline Collects 4,153 Rolls Of Toilet Paper Saturday


Print This Post  Email This Post

The Exchange Club of Highline held a Toilet Paper Drive at the Burien Albertson’s/Trader Joe’s parking lot on Saturday, June 4th, and the good news is – they colleceted 4,153 rolls of toilet paper for three area food banks!

The GREAT news is – they’ll be doing more-than-matching that number, bringing the grand total to over 8,200 rolls!

Donations will help ‘wipe out’ T.P. shortages in the Highline, White Center and Des Moines food banks.

Club member Sherrill Miller adds:

“The Exchange Club of Highline would like to thank the community for their support of our recent toilet paper drive! It was a huge success!

In an effort to help our three area food banks (Des Moines, Highline and White Center) our Exchange Club members were at the Burien Albertson’s and Trader Joe’s requesting donations of toilet paper or cash. The response was tremendous! We collected 4,153 rolls of toilet paper and $150 in cash! In fact, Trader Joe’s had stocked up on toilet paper to be ready, and generous patrons bought all of it. Our Club will now match the number of rolls donated so we’ll have a total of more than 8,200 rolls of toilet paper to be split among the three food banks.

Thank you for getting behind this effort!”

Here are some pics taken at the drive:

More info on the Exchange Club of Highline available here: www.exchangeclubofhighline.com.

Print This Post  Email This Post

Comments are closed.