Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County celebrates construction of a home for an Olympic Peninsula resident in July 2019. WeDo Fudge will contribute 20 percent of sales in May 2020 to the nonprofit. Submitted photo

Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County celebrates construction of a home for an Olympic Peninsula resident in July 2019. WeDo Fudge will contribute 20 percent of sales in May 2020 to the nonprofit. Submitted photo

WeDo Fudge sets drive-thru season opening for May 1

Sequim’s drive-thru fudge and prayer stand is set to re-open this week.

WeDo Fudge, at 11 Valley Center Place in Carlsborg (just across the PUD headquarters at Hooker Road), opens for the season on Friday, May 1.

Hours are noon-5 p.m., Wednesday-Friday, and noon- 3 p.m. on Saturdays.

In keeping with the business’ tradition of generosity, WeDo Fudge will donate 20 percent of all the May drive-thru sales to Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County and hold a Fudge for Fasteners campaign in June.

Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County builds and rehabilitates simple, decent affordable homes in partnership with low-income families, believing that everyone deserves a decent place to live. Their program gives people a “hand up, not a hand out,” empowering families who are willing to work hard to achieve their dream of home ownership.

For more about Habitat for Humanity of Clallam County, see www.habitatclallam.org.

For more about WeDo Fudge, see www.wedofudge.com.

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