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Leichtag Family Foundation donates $20,000 to North County’s Food Bank

 
SAN MARCOS, California (Press Release)- North County’s Food Bank received a donation from the Leichtag Family Foundation in the amount of $20,000.00 that will enable North County’s Food Bank to continue providing food to those individuals and families in North County that need it most. 

Sharyn Goodson of the Leichtag Family Foundation presented the check to  Stan Miller, Executive Director of North County Community Services which oversees North County’s Food Bank.
 

North County Community Services (NCCS) is committed to improving individual health and well being by providing programs that educate young children, support working families, feed the hungry and ultimately create opportunities to improve the quality of life for residents in north San Diego County.  For 40 years, NCCS has been providing vitally needed services to North County residents in San Diego County, operating nine child development centers as well as North County’s Food Bank which was established in 1989.
 

North County’s Food Bank services income-qualified individuals and families within the Cities of Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Solana Beach, Vista, San Marcos, Poway, Escondido, Del Mar and the community of Rancho Bernardo – this translates into an area of approximately 1,815 square miles and is equivalent to 1/3 of the total square miles of the entire San Diego County.
Attending the ceremony were Paul Hammans (Food Bank Operations Manager), Michael Lawson (Director of Food Bank Operations), Stan Miller (NCCS Executive Director), Sharyn Goodson (Leichtag Family Foundation) and Dennis Chamberland (Development Specialist).

 
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Preceding provided by North County Community Services

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