La Jolla Fundraising Event Helps San Diego Food Bank and Local Kids

OPES Advisors March 10 Event Helps
The San Diego Food Bank
“Food for Kids Backpacks Program”

The San Diego Food Bank was able to raise thousands of dollars and loads of food and backpacks from their March 10 fundraiser at Barfly La Jolla. The event was put on by a group of sponsors including the Del Sol Lions Club, SD HOMES, STATE FARM – Jason Smith Agency, Modern Wealth, Dream Homes, La Jolla Villager and 6 Degrees San Diego.

The event was a huge success and now Michelle Danks and the San Diego Food Bank are looking for others in the La Jolla area who may be interested in sponsoring a “Food for Kids Backpacksfundraiser.

Take a look at the video below and meet Michelle Danks and event sponsor
Brian Sciutto with OPES Advisors.

To get an idea of how dire the need is at the San Diego Food Bank for food and donations just look at the numbers including the fact that they are helping feed over 340,000 people per month, 17,000 of theose people are ACTIVE MILITARY and a huge number of those are KIDS.

If you are interested in helping or volunteering at The San Diego Food Bank visit their website at www.sandiegofoodbank.org

If you would like to throw an event to help the “Food for Kids Backpacks Program” contact Michelle Danks at 858-527-1419 x 30 or at mdanks@sandiegofoodbank.org

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