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Laundry Love 2009 re-cap

Laundry Love Red Oak

It’s been an amazing eight months and every month we walk away with another great memory and story and several new friends.

If nothing else, I love how Laundry Love helps make friends out of strangers.

On average we help 15-20 individuals and families each month, spending anywhere from $60 – $120 a month.

We’ve stuffed over 2500 quarters into laundry machines, helping over 120 individuals and families.

I just want to say a huge thanks to everyone who’s supported our efforts along the way. Looking forward to even more fun in 2010.

And if you’d like to get involved, we’d love to have you come join us the last Saturday of every month, or you can donate online as well.

Thanks again!

What project did you start in 2009 that you’ll continue on with in 2010?

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Video highlights

From our first Laundry Love Project in Glenn Heights…

Thanks to Jenn for putting this together!

Breaking it down…

We had our first Laundry Love Project tonight in Glenn Heights. Quite certain we all had a great time.

Four of us served up laundry for a number of folks.

We estimate we served up 14 loads of wash, 16 loads in the dryers and met some new friends along the way.

Here’s a quick video of Rodrick, one of those new friends, who breaks it down for us with the Shane-O-Mac dance.

We hope to add more thoughts, video and photos in the coming days and we’re already looking forward to next month!