Encouraging service, exploration, and conservation
*Picture: Lone Pine Lake, Mt. Whitney Trail
Helping One Woman - Exeter, CA
Sept 2018 - Latitude 36 donated two gift baskets to help raise money for an Exeter woman whose husband is battling rectal cancer. H.O.W. is an organization which raises money for women who are undergoing a hardship. We were grateful to be able to help with this event and pray for the family.
Kassidy Arredondo, 2019 Winner
Kassidy has visited 14 National Parks!
Congratulations to our 2019 Scholarship Recipient, Kassidy Arredondo of El Diamante High School. She is attending West Hills Lemoore with a desire to transfer to CSU Humbolt and major in
Wildlife Management and Conservation. Her ultimate goal is to become National Park Ranger or Wildlife Biologist.
Latitude 36 is awarding a $1000 scholarship to a student in the Central Valley of California for the 2020-2021 school year. Stay tuned for the updated application coming in January 2020.
Deadline: March 1, 2020
"Those who are happiest are those who do the most for others."
- Booker T. Washington
Latitude 36 provides meals for Thanksgiving
Latitude 36 provided 5 families in Tulare County with $100 gift cards from SaveMart, in order to purchase food for their Thanksgiving dinner. SaveMart was also gracious and donated food for 2 families living in Porterville. Thanksgiving is a time to be surrounded by family and friends, full of laughter, great food, and blessings.
Santa's elves provided a Lindsay family, with 5 young girls, gifts to open this
Christmas season. The girls were beyond excited and grateful for the clothes and toys that they received. Their elementary school also provided the family with a decorated Christmas tree to put their gifts under!
*Picture on Pear Lake Trail