After a challenging year for fundraising, Taste Edmonds offers opportunities to local groups

The pandemic shutdowns over the past 18-plus months made it very difficult, if not impossible, for non-profit organizations, high school clubs and teams, and service groups to raise the funding necessary for their activities. Now, the Edmonds Chamber of Commerce is offering a fundraising opportunity to local groups — volunteer for the upcoming Taste Edmonds event — Taste Twenty-One — set for Aug. 20-22 at the Frances Anderson Center Playfield.

The opportunity is open to any local non-profit, service group, church group or high school group with a fundraising need and the ability to organize enough volunteers for the event.

Options include:

  • Entrance gate/ticketing:
    • Could be mix of high schoolers and adults over 21 as it is outside the official event space.
    • Total of 115 shifts (individuals can sign up for more than one shift).
    • Could be split between two groups.
  • Grounds cleaning, trash collection and bathroom re-stock:
    • All volunteers must be 21-plus.
    • Total of 155 shifts (individuals can sign up for more than one shift).
    • Could be split between two groups.

For more information (shifts/volunteers, donation amount), email Alicia Moreno at alicia@edmondswa.com.

For more information about Taste Edmonds,visit www.tasteedmonds.com.

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