Harvest Market and the White Salmon Valley Education Foundation (WSVEF) invite you to shop local, and support education, with the “Harvest Night out for Schools” on Thursday, May 8, 2014.
On this special evening, the local grocer will donate five percent of all net sales made from 3 pm to 10 pm, to the WSVEF to support our schools. When you shop, Harvest Market donates.
“As a local business, we feel it is crucial to invest in White Salmon’s future,” said Harvest Market owner Jeff O’Neal, “and helping out schools is one way we can all contribute to our community.”
“We’re proud of our partnership with Harvest Market,” said WSVEF Executive Director Anne Marie Slater. “This latest joint campaign is just one more way that they are helping our community enhance education.”
In addition to using your grocery dollars to help kids, shopping local will help out your community as well. By keeping your money in your neighborhood, you help supply jobs for locals. You’re also helping the environment by driving less, saving gas, and decreasing pollution.
So shop local with Harvest Market’s “Night out for Schools”, and help us help local kids.
“I’ll be doing my grocery shopping on May 8th!” said Slater. “I hope you will, too.”
The WSVEF is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation dedicated to enhancing the quality of public education within our community by creating a stable source of supplemental funding for curriculum enhancement and investment in our teachers.