Every month DesignsofSanctuary hosts volunteer events with non profit organizations as a way to give back to the community. Reserve your spot and come out to help! We’d love to meet you.

 

November Event:

What: Habitat for humanity restore volunteer event

When: November 10, 2018

Where: 3451 Wheaton Way Bremerton, wa 98310


FMSC Eagan

October 27, 2018

 
 

Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a non-profit organization that works year round to supply malnourished children with nutritious meals. DesignsofSanctuary acknowledges the importance of health (hence the slogan “health & interiors”) and is founded on the belief that everyone should have the opportunity to thrive from a healthy home and life. This October we partnered up with FMSC to bag meals for children across the world. It was a fun team building experience that we will remember for years to come. We met so many others that wanted to help just like us and collectively bagged over 1,028 MannaPacks (nutritious meals). That means we worked to feed a total of 216 children for an entire year. FMSC is a wonderful organization that has been helping to end hungry for over 31 years. The food they provide is distributed to schools, orphanages, medical clinics, and feeding programs across the globe. They serve 70 different countries and continue to expand each year. We highly encourage you to take the time to either volunteer with them individually or volunteer through us when we partner up with them again.

 

FareStart Seattle

October 13, 2018

 
 

Seattle has the third highest homelessnesss population in the United States with just over 10,000 people living on the streets and in shelters. While DesignsofSanctuary does not tailor to the homeless, we find it important to give back to those who do not have the luxury of a roof over their heads or food in their stomachs. So, this October we partnered with FareStart Seattle to help prepare meals for people around the city. FareStart is a non-profit social entrepreneurial organization that works with restaurants and cafes to teach work skills to those in poverty. In addition, they provide food to shelters and schools around the metro area every week. We are so happy we got the chance to see what goes on behind the scenes and how much this organization does to help others. Throughout the day we worked to chop vegetables, prepare sandwiches, cut meat, and package meals to ship out to several shelters in the city. It was a lot of work, but we made friends and had so much fun giving back to the community.