Every year, the Snake River Correctional Institution (SRCI) work crew selflessly dedicates their time to bring the spirit of the season to life at the Four Rivers Cultural Center. This dedicated group of adults in custody (AICs) volunteers for the Malheur Council on Aging and the Festival of Trees, transforming the cultural center into a magical holiday display.
The heartwarming holiday fundraiser they contribute to supports vital causes – Meals on Wheels & Help Them to Hope. The AICs don’t just lend a hand; they haul decorations, set up trees, string lights, build playhouses for the auction, and coordinate other merchandise for fundraising efforts.
This holiday season, and every day, let’s all take a moment to extend a helping hand. You never know whose day you might brighten, who might receive a crucial meal, or who might find encouragement through your actions.
SRCI extends its deepest gratitude to both staff and AICs for their unwavering support. Together, they create a positive impact that resonates throughout the community. It’s a testament to the power of collective efforts and the ability to make a meaningful difference.
Join us in spreading the warmth of the season and making a lasting impact on those who need it most.