United Way California Capital Region is excited to host the 5th
annual LIVE UNITED Toilet Paper Drive! In effort to create
awareness of the growing demand for services faced by many local
nonprofits, we are cutting their toilet paper costs. On Thursday,
June 13 we will be at Cal Expo collecting toilet paper from
7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Choose your roll to help us hit our
DONATE toilet paper, toilet paper, and
more toilet paper. Roll this news out to your friends, family,
co-workers and get them to donate toilet paper. It’s fun and a
simple way to give back. You
can also donate online!
VOLUNTEER to work a three-hour shift at
Cal Expo the day of the drive. There’s truly something for
everyone and all ages are welcome! Simply submit the volunteer
Pet Peeve Alert: I hate running out of toilet
Running out of toilet paper is annoying. It seems like you never
remember to buy more until you are in desperate need. Then it’s
even more irritating because, when you do realize you need it,
it’s always right after you just made a trip to the store, and
now you have to make another trip specifically for toilet paper.
And it’s not like you live all that close to the store. Nor are
you excited about shelling out $10 for a pack, like it’s made out
of gold leaf and bunny fur or something.
Tanya Arambula (left) LIVES UNITED by focusing on God and being
my brother’s keeper and Mary Beth Pilon LIVES UNITED by helping
to improve and enrich the lives of children who have lost a loved
one by supporting them in their everyday lives
Rick Jennings LIVES UNITED by teaching boys manhood development
principles, by teaching men to be responsible, loving and caring
fathers and husbands as well as being an overall positive role
model in the community.
Jim McDaniel LIVES UNITED by volunteering on United Way’s Impact
Council, leading the United Way campaign at Allied and making
financial contributions to other nonprofits that make a
difference in the lives of people in our community.
Genevieve Shiroma LIVES UNITED by donating through United Way to
help those in need, volunteering on the Capital Unity Council to
reduce violence in schools and supporting health care for those
who otherwise have none by supporting Planned Parenthood.
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