Why Do So Many Californians Consider La Jolla a Snobby Community?

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Real Estate Agent with Prudential

I recently read an article over at Sign on San Diego entitled, What’s everyone got against La Jolla? It was a response to the La Jolla landslide earlier this year and it got me thinking… “What has everyone got against La Jolla?” I grant you, La Jolla may be considered an affluent community with some of the most expensive homes on the west coast, best public and private education in the San Diego area, a string of luxury shopping centers, spas and golf courses, but when you delve deep into the hearts of La Jollans, you will find a people committed to giving back to the world that has given us so much. A simple search on The Charity Guide, you will show that La Jolla is host to more than 300 unique charities which account for over $100 million charity dollars each year. Now, does that sound snobby to you?

  

La Jolla and San Diego Charity Events Calendar for November 2007

2007.11.05

Become a book gifting ambassador. Help charities and schools across San Diego and the nation gift books to children. For drop off locations call...

2007.11.05

Buy tickets to the Buick Invitational at 40% off the regular ticket price! 100% of the proceeds go to Fresh Start to help provide free surgeries...

2007.11.05

Team In Training - Train for a marathon or triathlon & help cure cancer October 20th - November 6th, Information meetings held throughout San...

2007.11.05

Premier holiday event showcasing a nationally recognized gingerbread design competition, celebrity chefs, complimentary champagne and wine, and...

2007.11.05

San Diego Foundation for Change presents the Changemaker Celebration, a unique fundraising event designed to unite grantees and donors and...

2007.11.05

EdUCate! The University City Foundation for Public Schools showcases gourmet cuisine from area restaurants, a VIP reception, silent auction and...

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