‘Pink Cow’ offers community assistance for El Dorado Park neighborhood

By: Luisa Avila

As a Fresno State student and part of the university’s Scholars in Service Program (SIS) and working with Wesley United Methodist Church, I have had the opportunity to serve and observe firsthand the impact that programs such as the Pink Cow shop offer to the people of the El Dorado Park neighborhood.

El Dorado Park is a community in high need, and the Pink Cow helps those in need with affordable clothes and household items for their families.

The funds raised by the Pink Cow help provide other services to the El Dorado Park neighborhood, such as a weekly basecamp meal and a food pantry distribution.

All proceeds from purchases made at the Pink Cow help support these important services. If you know of any people who would like to come and buy or donate clothes, the store is located at 1343 E. Barstow Ave.

We are open Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. to noon. Come shop and make a difference in this community.

Luisa Avila is a graduate student studying counseling at Fresno State.

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