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FRHS awards grants to promote healthy lifestyles

FALLBROOK – The Fallbrook Regional Health District announced that it has awarded over half a million dollars in community health contract grants to nonprofits dedicated to improving the wellbeing of the residents in the Fallbrook, Bonsall, Rainbow and De Luz communities.

These grants were carefully selected to support local initiatives that make a significant impact on the health and welfare of the community. The funding aims to promote healthy lifestyles and address the various health challenges faced by the residents.

"We are proud to provide financial support to these outstanding organizations who are dedicated to improving the lives of our community members," Fallbrook Regional Health District CEO Rachel Manson said. "These grants will play a crucial role in supporting their ongoing efforts and advancing the overall health and wellness of our community."

The following organizations have been awarded grants: Boys & Girls Clubs of North County: $57,258; Community Health Systems Inc./Fallbrook Family Health Center: $60,000; Fallbrook Food Pantry: $75,000; Fallbrook Senior Citizen Club: $47,000; Foundation of Senior Care: $140,000; Michelle's Place Cancer Resource Center: $48,662; Palomar Family Counseling Services, Inc .: $66,860 and REINS Therapeutic Horsemanship: $25,000.

These organizations were selected based on their impactful proposals and proven commitment to serving the community. The grants will enable them to expand their reach and implement innovative strategies that will yield long-lasting and positive outcomes.

Fallbrook Regional Health District remains committed to the overall wellbeing of the community and will continue to support initiatives that positively impact the health and quality of life of its residents. Visit to see previous Community Health Contract grantees.

Submitted by Fallbrook Regional Health District.


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