Cascade Connections – Cleaning/Kitchen Supply Buckets
Who are we serving?
Individuals with developmental disabilities in Whatcom County.
Who is helping connect us to their needs?
Cascade Connections provides services to individuals with developmental disabilities in our community through residential and vocational programs. Cascade Connections helps people gain the tools and knowledge to promote independent living and employment opportunities, and helps community members get to know the great people that Cascade Connections support and what they have to offer.
How are we serving?
Many clients in Cascade Connections’ residential programs are low income and sometimes struggle with finding the finances for basic household supplies. A group is needed to gather materials and put together about 10-15 buckets of cleaning supplies, each one containing:
- Gloves (Latex-free, powder free)
- Lysol Spray
- Disinfectant Wipes
- Butterfly mop
- 2.5 gallon bucket
- Clorox toilet bowl cleaner
- Kitchen Towels
- Window cleaner
- Cleaning rags/reusable cleaning clothes
- Toilet Brush and caddy
- Broom with dust pan
Who do you contact?
Contact Allison Hill at email@example.com or at 360.714.9355 x105 if you have any questions and to arrange a time for someone (or a few someones) from your group to drop off the buckets and get a quick tour of one of Cascade’s five locations here in Whatcom County!
If you need help in the process, Wendy at CTK is available (firstname.lastname@example.org or 360-733-1337 ext 212) Please share your project with us by using the hashtag #CTKserves on social media!
At CTK, we value authenticity, simplicity, empowerment, relationship, and caring about the community we live in. One key way we serve is by empowering small groups to make a difference through our local partners who address important issues for those in the hardest life circumstances. The opportunity below is a chance to tangibly demonstrate God's care, compassion, and love for those around us. As your church, we hope this makes it easy for you to put the Great Commandment to love your neighbor as yourself into action