Inreach/Outreach News – March, 2018

“Love only grows by sharing.” Brian Tracy

March Inreach/Outreach Recipients

  • March 4: Humane Society of Ventura County, a private non-profit founded in 1932, not affiliated with any national animal welfare organizations. They provide animals with loving care, feeding and veterinary treatment 24/7/365. Funds are needed to care for animals displaced by The Thomas Fire.
  • March 11: Camp de Benneville Pines to offer a scholarship to a youth or an adult who is unable to afford the cost of attending camp. The scholarship would be available for an individual to attend a youth camp, or an adult music, drama or family camp.
  • March 18: LUYV: Safe Sleep program to help people whose cars are their only homes with insurance, registration, or maintenance so that they don’t lose their only home through impounds and tickets.
  • March 25: Thomas Fire Fund proceeds go directly to residents of the homes and apartment buildings destroyed by the fire and flood. All funds are dedicated to supporting long-term recovery and re-building efforts for low-income families affected by the fire and flood.

Your generosity toward those who ask for our help continues to be amazing.

January and February plate collections:

  • Jan. 28: Dig Deep Water – $1,078.71
  • Feb. 4: Family Promise – $761
  • Feb. 11: Southern Poverty Law Center – $630.81
  • Feb. 18: West County Winter Warming Shelter – $848.17

Thanks for all your donations!