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PHOTOS | Stand Together Week moves on with Thorns and Timbers at Children's Book Bank, Ronald McDonald House and more

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Day Two of the 2022 Stand Together Week continued with more projects at additional locations.

Children's Book Bank

While Timbers goalkeeper Justin vom Steeg and Thorns FC defender Natalie Beckman continued the work started on Monday at Open School, Inc., volunteers from Providence Health & Services teamed up with Thorns general manager Karina LeBlanc as well as players Taylor Porter, Abby Smith and Timbers Jaroslaw Niezgoda and David Bingham at the Children's Book Bank to help with cleaning and organizing community donated books which will later be distributed to low-income preschool children in the Portland area.

Hoyt Arboretum

Timber Joey and staff joined members of the University of Portland men's basketball team and other athletic department do do some strong work at the Hoyt Arboretum.


Ronald McDonald House

Closing out the day, Thorns head coach Rhian Wilkinson and defender Emily Menges met up with Timbers broadcaster Jake Zivin midfielder George Fochive at the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Oregon and SW Washington to work alongside volunteers in support of the Meals from the Heart program by making a meal at House in Portland.