EAST VANCOUVER — Though it was his birthday, Alan Morasch, president of IMC360 Association Management, a business management consultant, donated a collection of more than 200 stuffed animals to Bridge the Gap, a community outreach program to help abused children in Clark, Cowlitz and Skamania counties. “The story isn’t about me. Rather, it’s an opportunity to showcase giving to a charity that provides a valuable service to the community and to foster kids who feel blame for where they are and inadequately loved,” Morasch said. “My desire is that these stuffed animals will bring joy and hope to kids who often feel blame and lack of love through no fault of their own. If just one of the potential 200-plus kids who will get one of these animals smiles and accepts their new friend and begins believing that tomorrow will be better than today … it’s all worth it!” Learn more about Bridge the Gap at bridgethegapforkidscc.org.