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FUNd-raising Drives

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FUNd-raising Drives


Looking for a FUN way to help your group participate in community service?
Download your DRIVE donation/organizer sheet here

Here are some easy Ideas:

Paper Products drive:
Spin uses paper plates, napkins, Paper towels, cups and disposable spoons and forks to serve our guests. We also need Toilet paper.

2. Socks Drive:
A new pair of socks can really bring a smile. New socks are an easy and fun item to donate and collect. Wool or white cotton is great!

3. Hygiene Drive:
Shampoo, conditioner, soap, tooth brushes and tooth paste, toilet paper, towels, deodorant, wash cloths, razors, shave cream.

4. First Aid Items:
Band aids, antibiotic cream, hand sanitizer, cotton swabs.

5. Bingo Night Prizes
Reusable Water bottle
Socks
Tuna and crackers
Granola Bar or cereal bar
Fruit snack or applesauce cup
Crackers with peanut butter or cheese
Gift certificate to fast food
Hand wipes
Pack of Kleenex
Chapstick
Hand Warmers
Mints, cough drops or gum
No min required.
We accept all donations of these items.
HOST A BINGO NIGHT!
Have Fun hosting a Bingo night at SPIN Cafe! We have the bingo game and cards all you need to do is gather some prizes! On Tues Weds or Thursday between 3:00 and 4:30-ish (when the food arrives) You and your group can host BINGO for our guests, figure between 4 and 6 games before dinner starts.
Opportunities to Support Our Work!
CELEBRATING SERVICE
Celebrating Service is an annual dining event to support SPIN Cafe in Central Whidbey.
Interested in hosting a fundraiser to benefit SPIN Café?
Contact us with your idea, and let's explore together how you can create a successful fundraiser to support SPIN Café's mission of Serving People In Need!
In compliance with Washington State law, Spin Cafe shall not discriminate against a person on the grounds of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, national origin, creed, marital status, age, the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability, honorably discharged veteran or military status or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability.

Testimonials

  • "I always wondered why somebody didn't do something about that, then I realized I was Somebody"

    Lilly Tomlin

  • "Love to see others having a heart for our community."

    Marilyn Faber

  • "Thank you for being there for our lonely and homeless."

    Robin Hubert Lamont

  • "Great place to visit with people, play dominos, spades, color or even scrabble."

    Ramona Ferguson

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