Fundraiser: Party Bus to Solvang & Chumash Casino

Recycled Resources for the Homeless, a local nonprofit determined to end chronic homelessness in our community, is hosting their 2014 fundraiser. On Saturday March 22nd we will be having a one-day turnaround bus trip to the quaint city of Solvang and the Chumash Indian Casino, just north of Santa Barbara. We will be leaving from Highland Park at 7:30AM and returning that evening approximately 8:00PM. We are asking for a donation of $60 per ticket.

Ticket includes round trip fare, breakfast & mimosas on the bus, delicious snacks, and a chance to win fabulous gifts such as free wine tastings in Solvang, local restaurant gift certificates, and amazing prizes. Come out and enjoy a beautiful day while supporting a great cause and getting to know new neighbors. Because Recycled Resources operate on a zero percent profit margin, this fundraising event funds our work for the entire year. Without your support & attendance the ability for us to improve lives would be greatly affected. Please use the link below to purchase tickets or for more information:

Thank you,
Rebecca Prine
Director, Recycled Resources for the Homeless

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Margarito Martinez February 18, 2014 at 09:00 PM
I am happy Rebecca has the ability to organize these recent fundraisers. However I must say life hasn't been any easier for folks in the street… 60.00 dollars a head for a gambling trip?I wish she could manage to motivate people to give 60.00 bills to one of the local soup lines. 60.00 dollars for worth of socks, blankets, backpacks, sleeping bags. Come to think of it, I haven't seen much of her or her people at all recently. Now, these fundraisers give rise to the question, just what has Recycled Resourses become? What has there emphasis have efforts been beside fundraising. And fundraising for what?


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