ECHO News

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Name: ECHO News
Date registered: January 10, 2015
URL: http://echoshelter.net

Biography

Hello! This website is managed by a wonderful group of volunteers who write ECHO press releases, stories, newsletters and other communications. We plan and manage events, such as Empty Bowls, Long Walk Home and Amore a Casa (new event!). We'd love to have you join us! To learn more, take a tour of ECHO or if you have a question about this website, please email Robin Smith, ECHO Marketing Coordinator (and volunteer) at info@echoshelter.net.

Latest posts

  1. Long Walk Home is Saturday, August 26 — July 1, 2017
  2. Solar Panels Completed! — May 24, 2017
  3. Cal Poly Students Give $10,000 to ECHO! — May 3, 2017
  4. Empty Bowls success because of you! — March 11, 2017
  5. $1000 gift from GIVE Fitness — March 6, 2017

Author's posts listings

Jul 01

Long Walk Home is Saturday, August 26

Please join us for the 6th Annual Long walk Home, a fun walk to City Hall for a community photo! We’ll have a pancake breakfast during the morning registration hour, and then we will be lead to City Hall by the Atascadero High School Drum Line! Join North County service clubs, faith-based groups, businesses and …

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May 24

Solar Panels Completed!

Thanks to ECHO’s partnership with must! charities, we now have new solar panels! Visit this webpage to learn more about how must! charities is strengthening ECHO’s ability to help our homeless population. This state-of-the-art solar panel project was installed by Solarponics in April and will save ECHO about $8,000 a year. The Solarponics bid included a discount that …

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May 03

Cal Poly Students Give $10,000 to ECHO!

California Polytechnic State University (Cal Poly) students provided a total of 3,200 hours of service to more than 40 nonprofits in SLO County as a part of Make A Difference Day. Their fabulous effort was awarded with a $10,000 grant for a charity of their choosing, and they picked ECHO. ECHO staff, volunteers and supporters …

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