Rotary raises funds for KFalls Mission effort

The Klamath Basin Sunrise Rotary Club raised $1,500 to purchase new bunk beds for the Klamath Falls Gospel Mission.

by Jack Baumann

The Klamath Basin Sunrise Rotary Club raised $1,500 to purchase new bunk beds for the Klamath Falls Gospel Mission. The Mission supplies housing and recovery services for Christian focus. Sunrise Rotary raised funds from its members, and paired those funds with a $500 new-member participation grant from Rotary District 5110.  The effort drew coverage of the Klamath Falls Herald and News.

Legacy Furniture of Klamath Falls sold the high-quality bunk beds and also donated bedding materials such as mattresses, linens and pillows. Mark Willret of the Klamath Basin Rotary is pictured at the right with Gospel Mission Executive Director Ammond Crawford, who is also in the Rotary club, and Aaron Glass of Legacy Furniture as they show off an example of the great work provided through their service and the donations of the club members and 5110 grant money.

Crawford said the beds will be used to transform a mostly-unused storage space into additional housing for vulnerable Klamath Falls residents.

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