Part of the mission statement at WeDo Fudge is “to be generous in the community,” and since the business’ inception five years ago has donated $7,825 from drive-thru sales to different organizations.
In 2018 WeDo Fudge owners donated $1,500 to six organizations:
• Puget Sound Anglers, who are dedicated to preserving quality fisheries;
• Sequim High School Class of 2019;
• Clallam County Homeless Outreach, which sponsors a countywide event offering on-site services and builds community connections with people experiencing homelessness or at risk of becoming homeless in Clallam County;
• United Way of Clallam County, which focuses on education, financial stability and health, the building blocks of a good quality of life and a strong community;
• Sequim Community Aid, which provides emergency financial support with rent and utilities, and,
• Peninsula Friends of Animals, whose mission is to prevent the birth of unwanted cats and dogs through progressive spay/neuter and educational programs; and to place as many homeless, neglected, and abused animals as possible into good, safe, permanent homes.
WeDo Fudge thanks all their customers for “an amazing season” which starts after Easter and ends at Christmas.
WeDo Fudge reopens May 1 and is open noon-5 p.m., Wednesday through Friday. Until then, find WeDo Fudge products at Forage Gifts and Northwest Treasures, Agnew Grocery and Swain’s General Store.