DC Ranch is an active community of volunteers. Last week the “Super Hero Dance” was held at the Homestead Community Center to raise awareness for blood cancer and celebrate those “heros” who have battled and beaten the disease. Who organized the event? Six young girls ages 8-11! They dedicated 100 percent of the funds raised to adolescent and young adult blood cancer research.
This weekend the DC Ranch Gives Group Service Project will head to Feed My Starving Children. Forty five volunteers (some as young as 5-years-old!) will meet at the Homestead to bus to the Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) location to prepare Manna Packs-a nutritious meal that is essential for improved health of undernourished children. Every day over 6,000 children under the age of five die from hunger-related causes around the world. Mesa-based FMSC has been providing hope to children since 1987 through the power of food. They partner with organizations in 70 countries around the world that distribute the food daily in schools, orphanages, medical clinics and feeding programs. FMSC volunteers, like DC Ranch Gives, actively contribute to making a difference in the lives of children by packing nearly 273 million meals a year. For more information about FMSC, visit fmsc.org.
Read about more ways to get involved with DC Ranch activities in the May 2017 issue of the Ranch News.
Call the Sibbach Team to learn more about DC Ranch real estate. 480-500-1738