Daybreakers recently presented
a check for $1200 to Susan Camerer, founder and CEO of Jacob's Well. The
under-construction home for homeless women and children is located in North
Shoreline. It is being built entirely with donated funds and volunteer
Vision House, the parent organization, was founded by Susan and
John Camerer 20 years ago. The non-profit has a 100% success rate in
moving families to private housing following their stay at Vision House.
Jacob's Well, the northern facility, will have 20 apartments plus on site child
care, family counseling and children's play space. Many local service
clubs, churches and individuals are helping meet the needs of homeless women
and children. Daybreakers earlier donated $500, for a total of $1700 this
Other gifts from Daybreakers
Community Service funds this year have included $800 to the floor refinishing
in the Boys and Girls Club gym (with a Rotary wheel inlaid in the
center!). Also $500 on the Strongest School
Competition, $1000 Christmas Toy Drive, $500 food bank and $500 to
the Scriberr Lake Book Project.
Your support of the Rotary Club of Edmonds Daybreakers have gone to help
others in our community!