Spring Supper raises $50k for the homeless

Posted on May 14, 2022 by Sonoma Valley Sun

Serving 175 gourmet meals drive-by style at Springs Hall, Sonoma Overnight Support raised $50,000 with its Spring Supper Fundraiser.

Executive Director Kathy King flanked by Councilmember Madolyn Agrimonti and daughter, Rosa King greeted donors at this year’s Spring Supper.

“Chefs Dan and Dawn, the SOS kitchen staff, and many incredible volunteers worked tirelessly to make this possible and we’re so grateful to each and every one of them,” reports Kathy King, SOS executive director.

Board member Judith Walsh and SOS Volunteer Jane Levitkow place thank you notes into each bag.

SOS has also created a video of its Compassionate Service Award Winners, in which they share some of their story and some of the incredible things they did for SOS. To view this video, click here.

In another touching moment, shared by King, a pair of 8th graders, Maiko and Bodey, spent the past few weeks gathering items to donate to SOS from their classmates at the Presentation School. Together, they donated hundreds of hygiene items, snack packs, socks, and more which they brought to the Haven to benefit the less fortunate. 

Board members Lora Grimes and Rabbi Steve Finley pack meal bags.

“These young men came to us both as a blessing, and as a valuable lesson of how to show compassion and generosity even from such a young age,” she said. I hope we can learn from them and from each other.”


One thought on “Spring Supper raises $50k for the homeless

  1. Val,
    Thanks so much for covering The outcome of our successful fundraising event. Very grateful to all who bought the meals and made contributions. SOS can continue to serve the hungry and the unhoused in Sonoma and Sonoma Valley with the help of so many people.

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