LAUNCH: What Gives?

This month, make a purchase …
…  of an Easter Seals donation card at any neighborhood CVS, featured on the gift card racks next to retail and restaurant gift cards, and offered in denominations of $5 to $25. Each purchase benefits the Easter Seals’ efforts to advance the independence of individuals with disabilities and other special needs, including the services offered at the Oak Cliff campus at Ledbetter and Brook Spring.

Or attend an event …
… to help 185 junior high and high school students and their sponsors attend Young Life camp this summer. Young Life Oak Cliff is hosting a four-man scramble golf tournament on Monday, June 29 at the Cedar Crest Golf Course, 1800 Southerland. The scramble starts at 8:30 a.m. and the $150 per person entry fee includes green fees, a gold cart, breakfast, lunch and an awards ceremony. To enter the tournament, contact Robert Hernandez at 214.697.3591 or robertyl@mac.com.

Know of ways that neighbors can spend time, attend an event, or purchase or donate something to benefit a neighborhood nonprofit? Email your suggestion to launch@advocatemag.com.


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