FOOD DRIVE FOR HUMANITY BEGINS MONDAY APRIL 12TH TO HELP RESTOCK PANTRY SHELVES

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Real Estate Agent with Douglas Elliman of California Inc BRE# 01414653


 
As tough economic times force families to rely heavily on food pantries to meet their nutritional needs, our local pantries struggle to keep food on their shelves and keep up with demand.
 
Thanks to the efforts of FOOD DRIVE FOR HUMANITY one of the largest area food drives is taking place Monday April 12th through Friday April 23rd to benefit: Idyllwild Help Center; Hemet/San Jacinto Community Pantry; Menifee Valley Community Cupboard; Senior Services Center Emergency Food Program and the Community Pantry of Murrieta.

YOU can help end hunger in our communities and help a local family in need with your donation today!  Just bring non-perishable food items or a $10 grocery gift card to any of these participating drop-off locations:  

Van Avery Prep School
29851 Santiago Rd., Temecula


Kids World Preschool I
41956 3rd St. Temecula


Kids World 2
29879 Santiago Rd. Temecula
 
Boys & Girls Club
Temecula Clubhouse
28790 Pujol St. Temecula
 
Boys & Girls Club
Pechanga Great Oak Clubhouse
31465 Via Cordoba Temecula
 
Boys & Girls Club
Murrieta Clubhouse
40550 California Oaks Rd. Murrieta
 
Citizens Bank
41500 Ivy St. Murrieta
 
Boys & Girls Club
Alberhill Ranch Clubhouse
3711 Nichols Road. Lake Elsinore


3rd District Supervisor's Office
29995 Evans Rd. Menifee
 
New Vision Children's Services
42073 Remington Ave, Suite 109, Temecula
Citizens Bank
27710 Jefferson Ave. STE A-100 Temecula
 
Valley-Wide Recreation & Park District Office/Sports Center
901 West Esplanade, San Jacinto


Valley-Wide Recreation & Park District
Rancho Belle Vista
31757 Browning St., Murrieta (French Valley)


Valley-Wide Recreation & Park District

Valle Vista Community Center

43935 Acacia Ave. Hemet


Valley-Wide Recreation & Park District
Winchester Community Center
32665 Haddock St. Winchester
 
 
Habitat ReStore
27479 Enterprise Circle West
Temecula, CA   92591
 
 
 
 
According to USDA almost 12% of Californians are “Food Insecure” (California Food Policy Advocates)
Lack of assured access to enough food through socially acceptable means is termed “food insecurity”. In its extreme form, this results in hunger – going without food for lack of money or other resources.

(UCLA Center for Health Policy research)
 
Please help your neighbors in need!
 

Visit Food Drive 4 Humanity recipients and honorary Chairperson, Menifee Councilmember, Darcy Kuenzi, at the Race For Humanity Saturday April 24th at Mt. San Jacinto College, Menifee Campus from 6:30am – 12:00pm.
 
Race for Humanity is a USTAF Certified 5k/10k Race.
 Visit www.race4humanity.org for additional information call 951-955-0998

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