March 20 thru April 3, 2022
Join the fun with our online events, Matching Donor Days, and gift sales!
Then join us at Viola’s Garden for Sip Sip-Hooray catered by
Simply Delicious from 2-4 pm, Sunday afternoon, April 3.
Proceeds support the operation of our Party, including grassroots organizing, voter registration, communications, keeping the office open and operational, distributing sample ballots, and paying the salary of our (limited) staff. We run a lean and mean operation powered almost entirely by volunteers; still, we need many dollars to make those volunteer efforts effective as we work to elect Democrats to public office at all levels of government.
Youth Committee Auction and Entertainment! ~ March 20 at 5:20 pm
Indigenous Committee Auction and Entertainment! ~ March 27 at 4:30 pm
Preview store items on our 22nd Annual Roosevelt-Kennedy Fundraiser Facebook Page
Double Your Money with Our Matching Donors!
Thank You to Our Generous Matching Donors! Donate on these days so we can claim the match!
|Day||Matching Donors||Match Pledge|
|Sunday, March 20||Helene Babbitt||$1000|
|Monday, March 21||Marilyn Weissman & Bryan Bates||$1000|
|Tuesday, March 22||Leslie Schulz||$1000|
|Wednesday, March 23||Patrice Horstman||$500|
|Thursday, March 24||Barry Bertani||$500|
|Friday, March 25||Laura Huenneke||$1000|
|Saturday, March 26||Ann Heitland & Barb Orcutt||$1000|
|Sunday, March 27||Sallie Kladnik & Aubrey Sonderegger||$1300|
|Monday, March 28||Harriet Young||$500|
|Tuesday, March 29||Vickey & Steve Finger||$1000|
|Wednesday, March 30||Nancy & Tom Brehm||$750|
|Thursday, March 31||Dora Harrison||$500|
|Friday, April 1||Nancy & Frank Branham||$1000|
|Saturday, April 2||Bill & Ellen Wade||$1000|
Eleanor Roosevelt Award
During Sip Sip Hooray, we’ll present the Eleanor Roosevelt Award. The Award is given annually to members of our community whose work and service to the people of Coconino County embody the ideals of Eleanor Roosevelt.
The deadline for nominations has passed. Nominees will be announced soon with the winner announced at Sip Sip Hooray on April 3. More info here.
Though she never held elected office, Mrs. Roosevelt was viewed as a tireless defender of the average American. She was the champion of the underdog. She said, “I see it as our duty to comfort the afflicted, and to afflict the comfortable.”
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New posts daily on Facebook during our 15 days of fundraising!