You can’t spell “Bingo” without an “O” and an “I”! Outreach supporter and volunteer superstar Vivian Nash sent word of her recent Bingo bonanza in Eugene, Oregon, where a boatload of kids, parents, and grandparents put on their (board)game faces and got busy with their dot-markers to fundraise for Outreach.

After the kids cleaned out the selection of donated prizes (some of which were further donated by parents to their prize-less children), the adults settled in for serious competition, playing to win until the game had to be concluded and the assembled crowd moved on to attend a group campfire, where we assume more than one person had the “B-I-N-G-O” song about the dog stuck in their head all night.

Thanks, as ever, to Vivian for her tireless dedication to helping Outreach’s mission— her hard work and enthusiasm are a constant reminder of how many ways there are to support our community partners.