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Byline: The Register-Guard

CORRECTION (ran 5/8/02): The Veneta-based Sharing Among Neighbors Toy Appeal has received donations of $1,000 from the Eugene Active 20/30 Club, $2,400 from the Free Souls Motorcycle Organization, and $500 from the Aid Association for Lutherans. The Business Giving column in the May 2 Register-Guard listed an incorrect recipient.

DONATIONS

The Early Education Program in Eugene has received donations from the following: Jerry's Home Improvement Center, $500; Pacific Continental Bank, $250; Milagro Foundation, $3,000; Wal-Mart, $1,000; Clorox Co. Foundation, $8,800; Chambers Family Foundation, $5,000; Oregon Community Foundation, $5,000

The Veneta-based Sharing Among Neighbors Toy Appeal has received donations from the following: Eugene Active 20/30 Club, $1,000; Free Souls Motorcycle Organization, $2,400; Aid Association for Lutherans, $500.

The Scleroderma Foundation Oregon Trail Chapter has received $400 from the Woodard Family Foundation.

The PGE Foundation has donated $5,000 to Planned Parenthood Health Services of Southwestern Oregon for a teen theater tour.

ShelterCare in Eugene has received a $5,000 grant from the Jill Heiman Vision Fund of the Oregon Country Fair to expand ShelterCare's homeless project.

Home Depot has given $3,000 to The Energy Outlet in Eugene to fund energy education work.

The Lane County Chapter of the American Red Cross has received donations from the following: Arlie & Co. of Eugene, $7,500; Eugene Emeralds, $1,500; Sony Disc Manufacturing in Springfield, $1,500.

SERVICES

IPKoke in Eugene has donated printing services to the following: Options Counseling, printing services valued at $680; FOOD for Lane County, services valued at $786; Camp Fire USA Wilani Council, services valued at $2,440; Relief Nursery, services valued at $2,033; Greenhill Humane Society, services valued at $3,300; and Birth to Three, services valued at $1,659.

Business Giving runs monthly. The column recognizes volunteer work, donations and other contributions by businesses, labor groups and others in the private sector. Fax items to Business Giving, 683-7631, or mail them to Business Giving, The Register-Guard, P.O. Box 10188, Eugene, OR 97440. For more information, call business editor Christian Wihtol, 338-2381, or e-mail cwihtol@guardnet.com.
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Date:May 2, 2002
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