Trilogy for Kids president Georgia Havens puts the finishing touches on the table setting she designed for the Holiday Tablescapes fund-raising activity. This year, the Redmond Ridge residents raised $40,000 to be distributed to five charities who they partner with. Each charity is a service-based community organization that provides support and services to meet the needs of boys and girls in the greater Seattle area. They also do service outreach to Westside Babies, Backpack Drive for the Riverside School District and Holiday Giving Tree, which benefits kids from local elementary schools. This year, they gave out 269 gifts to four schools. Courtesy of Dale Garvey

Trilogy for Kids president Georgia Havens puts the finishing touches on the table setting she designed for the Holiday Tablescapes fund-raising activity. This year, the Redmond Ridge residents raised $40,000 to be distributed to five charities who they partner with. Each charity is a service-based community organization that provides support and services to meet the needs of boys and girls in the greater Seattle area. They also do service outreach to Westside Babies, Backpack Drive for the Riverside School District and Holiday Giving Tree, which benefits kids from local elementary schools. This year, they gave out 269 gifts to four schools. Courtesy of Dale Garvey

Trilogy for Kids raises funds for charities

  • Friday, December 15, 2017 12:02pm
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Trilogy for Kids president Georgia Havens puts the finishing touches on the table setting she designed for the Holiday Tablescapes fund-raising activity. This year, the Redmond Ridge residents raised $40,000 to be distributed to five charities who they partner with. Each charity is a service-based community organization that provides support and services to meet the needs of boys and girls in the greater Seattle area. They also do service outreach to Westside Babies, Backpack Drive for the Riverside School District and Holiday Giving Tree, which benefits kids from local elementary schools. This year, they gave out 269 gifts to four schools. Courtesy of Dale Garvey

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