Sioux Honey Association Co-Op Tour to Assist Texas Relief Efforts By Hosting Diaper Drives in Washington for Children Affected by Hurricane Harvey
As part of Sioux Honey Association Co-Op’s “Share a Little Sweetness” tour, three diaper drives will occur at retail stores in the Seattle, Wash., area August 30-31, for children and older adults affected by Hurricane Harvey. Donations will benefit the Texas Diaper Bank, a nonprofit organization serving children and families in Texas.
While many disaster relief organizations provide valuable aid and resources in Texas, the Texas Diaper Bank is one of few agencies that provides diapers to families and individuals with children that have been affected by Hurricane Harvey. Sioux Honey Association Co-Op supports the health and wellbeing of children and is proud to encourage donations to the Texas Diaper Bank to assist local Texas communities in need. The “Share a Little Sweetness” tour, which has covered 4,000 miles throughout its 10-week duration, is built around sharing 100 percent pure U.S. Grade A honey products produced by beekeepers, many based in Washington, and performing acts of kindness in local communities. The Sioux Honey Association Co-Op will be matching every box of diapers donated.
Aug. 30, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Haggen Food and Pharmacy
17641 Garden Way NE
Woodinville, Wash., 98072
Aug. 30, 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
4301 212th St. SW
Mountlake Terrace, Wash., 98043
Aug. 31, 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
34812 SE Douglas St
Snoqualmie, Wash., 98065
In addition to making donations at the listed stores, online cash donations can be made directly to the Texas Diaper Bank at https://texasdiaperbank.networkforgood.com
About Sioux Honey Association Co-op
The Sioux Honey Association Co-op began nearly 100 years ago by beekeepers with a passion for pure, honest honey. That passion remains today, and every Sioux Honey brand – Aunt Sue’s and Sue Bee – is held to the standards set in 1921, standards our hundreds of independent beekeepers have helped us keep. Together, we continue to share a little sweetness by educating consumers on bee-friendly behaviors, sharing recipes and, of course, delivering that same, delicious honey. For more information, visit www.sharesweetness.com.
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