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Millennium Joins Highlands Neighborhood Association for Thanksgiving Food Drive

Our employees lead by example and show their support for the community in ways big and small. This year, Millennium employees participated in the Highlands Neighborhood Association’s annual Thanksgiving Food Drive. The Highlands Neighborhood Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting residents of the Highlands community in Longview. Millennium collected and dropped off Thanksgiving baskets to help serve 150 neighborhood families. Our team also contributed $500 toward the purchase of turkeys for those families.

Another local charity, Love Overwhelming, is accepting holiday gifts for the homeless. There is great need for everyday items like umbrellas, sunglasses and toiletries, or even fun gifts like crossword puzzles and pocket games. Donations can be dropped off Monday through Wednesday at the Daily Living Essentials cafe at 1335 11th Ave., in Longview. To schedule a pickup, call Michael Salinas at (360) 431-8326.

Cowlitz County is a special place. Our amazing team reflects the values they see in our neighbors, making the holidays a wonderful time to share with family and friends. With so much to be thankful for this year, we’re honored to do our part and give back.

From all of us at Millennium, we wish you a happy and safe holiday season.

Learn more about how you can support the community here.

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