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Angel Society donates $95,900 to local nonprofits


Last updated 11/22/2018 at 12:32pm

Billie Foli photos

FUHS student volunteers earn community service credit on a recent busy Saturday at the Angel Shop, from left, Andrea Candido, Ruth Urrutia, Natalie Sanchez, Erica Rodas, Mimi Meacham, Ariana Garcia, Eva Mendoza, Katie Mactezuma, and Virginia Lazaro.

FALLBROOK – A total of $95,900 in philanthropic funds was approved by the board of directors of the Angel Society of Fallbrook during the months of July through October.

The largest grant included scholarships to 22 Fallbrook High School students totaling $25,000. In addition, $4,500 in funds were awarded to FUHS to assist students in need.

The Fallbrook Senior Center received funds totaling $10,000 towards the center's Home Delivered Meals program, which delivers healthy food to an average of 50 to 60 homebound seniors daily.

The Fallbrook Village Association also received a grant of $10...

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