Country Farmhouse participates in fundraiser

 

Last updated 7/24/2008 at Noon



FALLBROOK — The Country Farmhouse owners Debbie Estrada and Frances DuBroy have partnered with local distributors of XanGo, a whole food dietary supplement, to raise funds for a charitable program called Feed My Lambs.

Feed My Lambs is a program designed to provide healthy meals to orphaned children in Kogoya Village, Malawi, Africa. Several Fallbrook locals are active in this program.

Local XanGo distributors J. Brad Britton, Jerry Maurer, Jordan Cote and Don Green have donated a supply of one-ounce single servings of XanGo, which are available for a donation of $2 each at The Country Farmhouse, to benefit the orphans.

The samples are on display at the front counter, along with a donation box and a picture of one of the orphans.

For just $35, a child is fed physically and spiritually for an entire month. One hundred percent of the money collected goes directly to feed the children, as all administrators are volunteers.

The Country Farmhouse is located at the corner of Fallbrook Street and South Mission Road. Call (760) 728-6000 for more information.


 

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