Being prepared to save a life is an act of generosity. In late June, Rooted Generosity sponsored and participated in a CPR Training held at Boundary Bay Brewery. Many BBB employees and Rooted Generosity friends were trained.
Giving scholarships makes a difference. In June, Brian Skywalker, the first recipient of the Jordan Slagle Boundary Bay Scholarship graduated from WWU. Congratulations, Brian. Growing gardens is generous. In the early summer Rooted Generosity planted gardens for The Sean Humphrey’s House. The residents are thrilled with their harvest.
Giving and receiving is generous. At the end of July, we celebrated the four scholars who received the Jordan Slagle Boundary Bay Scholarships. Congratulations to Megan Gambill, Megan Hansen, Anne Malone, and Jabez Richard. Each of you honor Jordan's memory by demonstrating his traits of generosity, grit, and determination. We also received generous donations during the brunch, as a way to continue his legacy of living generously, through Rooted Generosity.org Thank you to o