REDDING, Calif. - Dozens of families and residents soaked up the sun in Redding on Saturday for a good cause.
The Good News Rescue Mission, a non-profit homeless shelter, held their annual “Lift ‘Em Up Water Fest” the event featured water slides, food trucks and raffles.
“It’s just a great time for the community to come together. See what we’re doing and a fun way just to celebrate and loving on people in our community,” said Jonathan Anderson.
The missions’ goal was to raise $40,000 and the organization says they will have the final count on Monday, but at last check, on Saturday they raised around $15,000.
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