Totem Diner will donate 100% of Wednesday May 4 sales to the Dan Rocha Memorial Fund

Our friends at Totem Diner at 44th and Evergreen Way will be donating all of their sales from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday May 4th to the Dan Rocha Memorial Fund.

Owner Steve Jermyn is also challenging other businesses to donate to the fund and this effort will be recognized inside the Totem from April 29 to May 4. Here’s a little more from Steve:

Le Totem will be hosting a fundraiser for the Officer Rocha Memorial Fund on Wednesday, May 4. 100% of Totem proceeds that day (Wednesday, May 4) will be donated to the fund. Customer donations are strongly encouraged. There will be a bucket/boot/hat to collect cash donations for the fund from Friday, April 29 through Wednesday, May 4. Corporate donations are also encouraged. We will have a Pledge Board on site at the Totem for corporate sponsors who wish to make a donation. (Friday April 29 to Wednesday May 4).

Steve says he will also be reaching out to local businesses to donate and encourages others to do the same. Coastal Community Bank assists the Totem in the donation process. If you can’t stop by the Totem, you can always donate to the Dan Rocha Memorial Fund at any Coastal Community Bank branch.

You can also still donate to the fund online at this link.

100% of funds will honor Officer Rocha who was killed in the line of duty on March 25, 2022 in Everett, WA and support the family. The fund was created in partnership with Victim Support Services, Coastal Community Bank and the City of Everett. Click on the photo to donate online.

Dan Rocha, Totem

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