True North Electric

We have another generous sponsor! Thank you so much to True North Electric who is now our gold sponsor. They are locally in Gervais and is owned by Jim Brassel! Thank you again! Here is their website: http://truenorthelectric.com/ Advertisements

LIMEBERRY

On April 22nd we will have a fundraiser at Limeberry in Woodburn (1537 Mt Hood Ave, Woodburn, OR 97071). If you mention our organization 30% of the proceeds will go to us. We will also have a donation bucket where 100% of the proceeds will go to our organization. Also if you can’t make it … More LIMEBERRY

Engelman Electric

Thank you so much to Engelman Electric for their generous donation. Engelman Electric is our first sponsor with the silver level sponsorship. The original owner was Bill Engelman, but the business is now owned buy  Daniel Dummer, Mark Holum and Kristina Nichols. Thank you again for your sponsorship!

Sponsors

For our sponsors there will be different levels of sponsorship. There will be a bronze sponsorship ($50.00), a silver sponsorship ($100.00), a gold sponsorship ($250.00) and a platinum sponsorship ($500.00). At the bronze level we will post about your company sponsoring us along with a photo of your company on our blog. At the silver … More Sponsors

A little about us

Julia Brassel (pictured on the left) – I am a sophomore attending North Marion. I play tennis and volleyball. I am currently attending state for FBLA. I am in the Big Brother Big Sister program. Along with FBLA I am also in Key Club. I hope to inspire others to give back to our veterans. … More A little about us

Getting out there!

With only working a couple days on the project getting things together, we have been contacting local news channels and newspapers. We will be going around our communities to take donations, putting donation buckets throughout our school, and teaming up with local businesses to sponsor and fund us. If you would like to be a … More Getting out there!

The Start

We will be blogging about our journey and the things we loved about this and the challenges we faced to work this out. I hope everyone will read along with our story and read the stories of the veteran we choose. Thanks!