The Ray of Hope Shelter in Auburn. COURTESY PHOTO

The Ray of Hope Shelter in Auburn. COURTESY PHOTO

Companies donate care packages to Auburn’s homeless

  • Tuesday, January 14, 2020 1:59pm
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Issaquah company Jag Journey and gaming streamer Shakeboxing have teamed up to donate care packages to Auburn’s Ray of Hope Shelter operated by the Auburn Food Bank.

Care packages include socks, lip balm, razors, toe and hand warmers and snacks.

Shakeboxing dedicates its stream to local and national nonprofits. Subscriptions, cheers and donations that support the stream benefit shelters helping homeless men, women and animals.

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