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Residents can vote for Wings of Change in cash grant program


Last updated 8/18/2022 at 8:49am

Butterflies start off a whole chain reaction to life; as pollinators, they not only provide beauty but are also an important food source for other species, acting as a keystone species in a thriving ecosystem. Village News/Canva photo

FALLBROOK – Wings of Change, a nonprofit based in Fallbrook, has been nominated for the Harrah's Resort SoCal All-in 4 Change cash grant program. Harrah's Resort Southern California is celebrating the seventh year of its unique "All-in 4 Change" cash grant program by giving lucky local nonprofits a chance to earn a share of $150,000. Voting for the 2022 program opened Aug. 15 and ends Aug. 29.

Wings of Change is committed to educating the community on the importance of incorporating native plant species in order to fulfill its main mission of providing critical habitat for butterflies, mo...

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