Thursday, October 10, 2019

Join our Crock Pot Cook Off and Community Yard Sale to raise funds for education projects and the homeless! #CommunityFamilyFun4agoodcause

CROCK POT COOK OFF & COMMUNITY YARD SALE FALL CHARITY FUNDRAISER

Saturday, November 2   8am -2:30 pm. Midtown Sacramento 409 21st Street Sacramento, CA 95811

Charitable cause will benefit the following efforts:

~Last year we bought sleeping bags & McDonald's food cards for the homeless in Sacramento. This year we will continue our outreach to the homeless over the holidays.

~From downtrodden wooden chalkboards used to divide full classrooms to REAL CLASSROOM PARTITIONS! Step by step @ Port Maria Primary School, 2x4 Int'l & our donors are helping to build partitions in 14 classrooms in the poorest parish in Jamaica.

CROCK POT COOK OFF~ 11:00-1:00 (Open to Public) Prep begins between 10-10:30 am

Cost for adults $5 and $2.50 for kids. Volunteers eat free!

Adults & kids are able to sample everyone’s creations and judge via voting tickets for each category. You will be able to vote for one dish in each category.

Four categories: chili, stew, chowder and soup

Interested in showing off your crock pot wonder for a good cause? Email 2x4International@gmail.com. (There will be prizes & a tax write off for sharing your goodness—once you register for the crock pot cook off we will send you more details about the event). We are also looking for volunteers to make bread and corn bread which will be served free with bottled water. 


Sacramento Mid-Town Community Yard Sale 8 am -2:30 pm

Looking to clean out your house to prepare for the holidays & champion efforts for a good cause?

Consider joining/donating to our Sacramento Mid-Town Yard Sale for charitable and educational purposes. Email 2x4International@gmail.com if you would like to donate goods. We can pick it up or you can drop it off.

Saturday, May 18, 2019

Welcoming Ashley Salazar, an Inspiring High School Senior, to our Crew...

We are excited to announce our newest addition to the 2x4 Int'l Crew. Ashley Salazar, a high school senior, is rolling up her sleeves to work on our next fundraiser w/ our crew to run by our board. Our visit to the Mustard Seed School for homeless children in Sacramento today fueled our hearts & dreams. Stay tuned!








Thursday, April 25, 2019

Past and Present: Onward to finish building classroom partitions in St. Mary, Jamaica!

The dream of our building our nonprofit began with several projects overseas. Our work with the Japanese Embassy in Jamaica was the most influential and inspirational. Our current project is to finish building classroom partitions in St. Mary, Jamaica. #Timetofundraise #Todoing&beingmoreintheworld