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Looking For A Chance To Volunteer For A Great Cause? Spokane Guilds' School Helps Young Special Needs Children And They Need Your Help!

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SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Guilds' School and Neuromuscular is kicking off their annual Penny Drive tomorrow and they desperately need volunteers!

The Spokane Guilds' School's "purpose is to nurture the full potential of families and their children, from birth to three, with disabilities. [They] do this through a personalized, comprehensive program of assessment, therapy, education, and support."

To operate successfully, Spokane Guild School must "raise and manage a foundation fund that will create a stable financial base for the operation to provide early intervention services to children with developmental delays and their families in our community."

One of their biggest fundraisers is about to start and you can be a part of it!

The community kick off event for their annual Penny Drive will be on Thursday, April 18th at 5:00pm at the Garland Alliance Church (2011 W. Garland). This will be a fun event where you can sign up to volunteer for the  Annual Penny Drive which will be held on April 27th.

The Penny Drive on April 27th will have several locations where volunteers will be standing on corners collecting change. The locations for this years Penny Drive will be at:

Cheney (Masonic Lodge)
Deer Park (Double Eagle Pawn)
Liberty Lake (Liberty Lake Rd. & E. Country Vista Dr.)
Wandermere (E. Hastings Rd. & Hwy 395)

North Spokane

Country Homes Blvd & Wall
Francis & Nevada Intersection
Francis & Ash/Maple Intersection

Spokane

SGS&NMC, Garland & Belt Intersection
Monroe & Indiana/Northwest Blvd Intersection
Mission & Hamilton Intersection

South Spokane

29th & Grand Intersection
57th & Regal Intersection

Spokane Valley

Sprague & Sullivan Intersection 

To learn more about the Spokane Guilds' School please visit: www.guildschool.org

"Like" us on www.facebook.com/spokaneguildschool

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If you have any questions or would like to talk to someone at the Spokane Guilds' School, 

Call (509) 326-1651or email: kneal@guildschool.org

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