Update: Raising Money To Support Interfaith
Sonora, CA – Clarke Broadcasting’s Cash Drive for Interfaith Social Services will take place tomorrow morning, but the anticipated wet weather has forced some changes to Saturday’s coat drive and Santa Fly-in.
As part of our wish for everyone in the Mother Lode to have a warm holiday season, Clarke Broadcasting is kicking off its Cash and Coat Drive with Interfaith Social Services this week. One hundred percent of all donations go to Interfaith Social Services to help Tuolumne County families in need. This Friday, bring cheer to many of those in need in Tuolumne County.
The cash drive starts at 6am and goes until noon on Friday, December 6th during the Morning Star Café with Mark and Maryann on Star 92.7 and Yazel in the Morning on 93.5 KKBN. To donate, you can call 209-533-1450 during those hours. You can also donate online by clicking here.
Interfaith Social Services in Tuolumne County, located on Striker Court, provides not just emergency food, jackets, clothes, blankets, and shoes; if there is a need for utility assistance or firewood they also help with that too. Interfaith relies on volunteers who listen with open hearts and are experts at helping Tuolumne County residents get what they need when they need it most. As a faith-based community social service agency, Interfaith relies on donations, is open all year, and annually serves more than 36,000 people.
On Saturday the annual Santa Fly-In has been canceled due to heavy rain anticipated. However, you can still drop off new or gently used coats to the Interfaith office at 18500 Striker Court in Sonora from 9am-noon on Saturday.