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GENERAL VALLEY NEWS

Local bank launches Warm Hearts campaign to aid organizations that help the homeless
December 13, 2016




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(TACOMA, WA.) -- Columbia Bank, headquartered in Tacoma and with over 140 locations or ATMS in Washington, Oregon and Idaho has its annual Warm Hearts campaign underway for the holidays.

The Warm Hearts Winter Drive helps aid nonprofit organizations in providing services to individuals, families and children in need.

According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, the number of people experiencing homelessness in the Northwest has increased six percent since 2015, and there are nearly 20,000 homeless people in Washington alone.

Now through December 31st, donations can be submitted at WarmHeartsWinterDrive.com and both cash and winter attire can be donated at all Columbia Bank locations in Washington, Oregon and Idaho.

100 percent of the clothing and funds collected during the drive will be donated directly back to 49 shelters and relief organizations in the communities where the collections originated. 

Last year, Warm Hearts raised over $157,000 and nearly 12,000 items to benefit 53 homeless shelters in the Northwest including the Seattle Gospel Union Mission, Tacoma Rescue Mission and the Portland Rescue Mission. The goal this year is to raise $160,000 for people in the northwest impacted by homlessness. To make a donation please vsit WarmHeartsWinterDrive.com.







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