On March 21, the executive officers of the Clackamas County Bar Association delivered $1,895 in proceeds from its Holiday Silent Auction to the Clackamas Service Center.

In its first fundraiser, attorneys from the Clackamas Bar Association exploded past their goal to raise $1,000 to help at-risk and homeless families in Clackamas County.

The nonprofit Clackamas Service Center is the primary source for services for homeless and low-income families in North Clackamas County. The center provides groceries, clothing and health and dental services to families in North Clackamas County. It also provides its patrons with a comprehensive list of other agencies for additional services. In 2011, the Clackamas Service Center delivered 4,718 food boxes, served 21,014 meals and provided 22,235 pounds of clothing.

“Our members recognize that we owe a great deal to the people who make up our community, and we are excited that we can offer assistance to a great service organization like Clackamas Service Center,” said County Bar President William C. Knox, III. “We are also exploring other ways to partner with the Clackamas Service Center to aid in its other needs.”

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