TEMECULA – CORE-934 is looking for a few good helpers. The Temecula-based nonprofit is recruiting supporters, helpers and volunteers to help kick off its 2017 campaign to provide 10,000 military families with a Christmas tree.
CORE-934 has invited anyone in the community who is interested in helping them reach their 10,000-tree goal to attend an organizational meeting 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 22, in the youth room of the Rancho Community Church, 31300 Rancho Community Way, just off Temecula Parkway in south Temecula.
The venture is the brainchild of Randy and Denise Wood, owners of Wood Mountain, a very successful Christmas tree company that helps high schools, churches and youth groups raise the millions of dollars annually needed to support teams and clubs.
“We want to take advantage of personal email lists, social media contacts, neighbors, acquaintances or whoever would like to support us as we try to brighten the Christmas season for as many military families as we can,” Randy Wood said.
All those interested in attending should RSVP to [email protected].