Brigid Collins benefit auction raises $134,000 in support of ending child abuse

Community members and event sponsors contributed $134,000 to the Brigid Collins Family Support Center during the nonprofit organization’s 17th annual benefit auction.

The donations will help the center work toward its mission to end child abuse and offer support to children in foster care.

The auction’s top business and individual sponsors included KCPK Trucking Inc., Bob Olson, Doug Bestle and Alyson Batchelder-Bestle, Whatcom Educational Credit Union, Jonathan Rands, Alcoa Intalco Works, Wellesse Premium Liquid Supplements, PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center, Kiwanis Club of Bellingham, Northwest Eye Clinic, IMCO General Construction, Pepper Sisters, The Franklin Corporation, CH2MHILL, Richard and Ann Van Kolken, Deborah Loober and Gail and Joost Knops.

Brigid Collins Family Support Center is a private Whatcom County nonprofit formed in 1990.

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