Project Boon & Bloomington Community Health Center Join Forces For Backpack Giveaway & Resource Fair
Free Event Will Provide Health Screenings, Back-to-School Backpacks, and a Warm Meal to Local Families in Need
By: Project Boon, Inc.
● Pediatric, adult, and geriatric health screenings; dental screenings; optometry screenings; behavioral health screenings; and women's health services
● A warm meal provided by Project Boon
Joining Project Boon and BCHC in delivering this event includes the Bloomington Family Wellness Center, Senator Connie Leyva, Assemblymember Eloise Gomez Reyes, San Bernardino County Supervisor Josie Gonzales, and Colton Joint Unified School District.
Project Boon, a local 501(c) (3) nonprofit that provides vital health, food, and community services to San Bernardino County and Jalisco, Mexico residents, matches Inland Empire volunteers with people in need. As Project Boon volunteer Karla Duarte puts it, volunteering is all about providing much-needed services to those who would otherwise go without.
"Helping others is my passion and purpose in life. Because we are only here for a short period of time, the only thing that truly matters in this world is the positive impact we have on each other," said Duarte. "With Project Boon, I have the opportunity to help people in need of basic necessities. There is nothing more fulfilling than to see the smile on someone's face as they are being served a big, warm meal. I volunteer because I want people who are in a hard place to know that we care and they are not alone."
To learn more about Project Boon, make a tax-deductible donation, or volunteer for the Backpack Giveaway & Resource Fair, go to www.projectboon.org.