Give for Good Nutrition Campaign

$1,867 from 30 donors $3,000 goal

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What is the Give for Good Nutrition campaign?
Good nutrition is a critical component of a BBH client’s continued wellbeing. BBH often provides the only access to fresh produce for its clients but it can’t do so without funding. Support from Champions fills that gap and allows BBH to serve up healthy meals to clients.
How does it work?
During the month of October, Champions will be inviting friends and family to support. Join us and create your own fundraising page and Give for Good Nutrition at BBH!
Where does my money go?
All donations go towards Bailey-Boushay House’s nutrition program to provide healthy meals to its clients.
Why participate?
BBH is one of the only facilities in our region to support the health and wellbeing of individuals living with HIV/AIDS in the region. You can be a part of providing access to nutritious meals for clients and creating a sense of community.

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Thanks to...

Jan 2 Gates Foundation gave $115 for nutritional meals for BBH clients
Gates Foundation gave $110 for fresh fruits and vegetables for BBH residents
Oct 31 Dale made a $30 contribution
Allison made a $22 contribution
Oct 18 Chris made a $50 contribution
Oct 8 John made a $50 contribution
Oct 7 James gave $50 for fresh fruits and vegetables for BBH residents
Oct 4 Robert gave $50 for fresh fruits and vegetables for BBH residents
Robert gave $50 for nutritional meals for BBH clients
Steve gave $20 for nutritional meals for BBH clients
Darren made a $75 contribution
Kahala made a $20 contribution
Brenda made a $100 contribution
Brian made a $50 contribution
Krickette gave $20 for fresh fruits and vegetables for BBH residents
Stephens gave $250 for nutritional meals for BBH clients
Angela made a $50 contribution
Michael made a $50 contribution
Daniel made a $50 contribution
Bernard made a $50 contribution
Matthew made a $10 contribution
Kerri made a $50 contribution
Meg made a $25 contribution
Pete gave $50 for fresh fruits and vegetables for BBH residents
Oct 3 Brad made a $250 contribution
Theresa made a $20 contribution
Tim made a $10 contribution
Niel gave $20 for fresh fruits and vegetables for BBH residents
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Freddie gave $10 for fresh fruits and vegetables for BBH residents
Oct 2 Lois made a $50 contribution
Linda made a $100 contribution
Barbara made a $10 contribution

Support Bailey-Boushay House and Give for Good Nutrition

Food and regular meals play an important role in the health and well-being of Bailey-Boushay House (BBH) clients. The Nutrition Program at BBH is a vital service as nutrition boosts the immune system and helps the body to heal and fight disease.  Just as significant as nutrition is the emotional role food plays in all our lives.  It provides security, comfort and, when eating with others, a sense of belonging and community.

BBH serves over 170,000 meals a year. Often these meals are the only time clients have access to fresh fruits and vegetables which are proven to help support immune health.  The BBH kitchen also customizes meals for inpatient residents by taking into account their health and medications.

Join Bailey-Boushay House and Give for Good Nutrition during the month of October 2013. Start your own fundraising campaign for BBH by participating in the 20 x 20 in 30!

 Ask 20 people to give $20 in 30 days.  $21.52 will provide 1 month of fresh produce for a BBH client. Join NOW and Give for Good Nutrition at BBH!

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Bailey-Boushay House

logo_bbh jpg2720 East Madison
Seattle, WA 98112
Phone: (206) 322-5300
Fax: (206) 720-2299
Email: bbh@vmmc.org

The Mission of Bailey-Boushay House is to provide exceptional care to people with HIV disease, promoting their health, well-being and functional independence. The ultimate goal is to ensure that every person with HIV/AIDS in our community has equal access to positive outcomes.