PROJECTS

PROJECT

Community

Food Bank 

Project 2535 is a non-profit organization that collects and distributes food to people in the community who have difficulty purchasing enough food to avoid hunger and/or malnutrition.

For information about our Community Food Bank please contact: 

Irene Hatton-Burnitzki

Project Manager 

1-559-303-8783

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Adult Day Program 

We believe that individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities want to learn important job skills and contribute to their communities.  Our day program will have a unique theme such as a client-run community thrift store that will offer a wide variety of training opportuntiies for our participants along with structured activities focused on philanthropy and community envolvement.  

For information about our Adult Day Program please contact:

Renee Rodriguez

Executive Director/Project Manager

1-559-303-7445

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Community Garden

Project 2535 recognizes that community gardening improves people's quality of life by providing a catalyst for neighborhood and community development, stimulating social interaction, encouraging self-reliance, beautifying neighborhoods, producing nutritious food, reducing family food budgets, conserving resources and creating opportunities for recreation, exercise, therapy and education.   

For information about our Community Garden Projects please contact:

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Child Daycare Center 

Tulare County is in need of a Child Day Care Center that can provide safe, affordable, high quality care for children with an emphasis on additional services for children that come from single parent homes.  In providing quality child care we can support families in their efforts to reach their goals and ultimately improve their quality of life.  

For information about our Child Daycare Center please contact:

Frances Augdon

Project Manager

1-559-280-4694

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Community Thrift Store

Our goal isn't profit.  Our goal is COMMUNITY IMPACT! That is why our business model focuses on exceptional product and customer service.  We understand that by providing the best thrift experience in town, we will provide a dignified shopping experience that has a positive impact to our bottom line and allows us to support the other community development innitiatives of Project 2535. For information about our Community Thrift Store please contact:

Frances Augdon

Project Manager

1-559-280-4694

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Community Classes, Events & Fundraisers 

Project 2535 offers a variety of Community Classes ranging from First Aid, and CPR by Instructors Certified through The American Red Cross to Nutrition and Food Preparation.  Also check our calendar to keep up with Fundraising and Community Events so you can get involved!! 

For more information about classes, events and fundraisers please contact:

Frances Augdon

Project Manager

1-559-280-4694