Clay Center, Kan. — It’s been two years since the Clay Center Presbyterian Manor has held their Pasta with a Purpose annual fundraiser and this year its back.
How it works is the funds donated are for the good Samaritan program which is for residents at the manor that have run out of money.
That’s Dani Kuhlman, the Marketing and Sales Director for the Manor. She says they have seventeen residents within the Clay Center community that are supported by the program. The cost of care for the group equates to nearly $165,000.
When it comes to sponsors, there are four levels to the donations.
They plan to have some type of entertainment but Kuhlman says they just haven’t figured out who yet.
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