KTLA Season of Sharing – Orange County, CA
November 24, 2009
Orange County and surrounding area residents can drop off non-perishable food items at the participating locations to benefit the hungry today, November 24, 2009. Also, people can also drop off financial donations to help feed the hungry. This is the time of year to give and be generous, and thinking of others who are not as fortunate.
KTLA which is a local Southern California news station, along with other organizations including Share our Selves, Ralph’s Grocery Stores, Second Harvest Food Bank, Costa Mesa Fire Department Los Angeles City and County Fire Departments, Orange County Fire Authority combine their efforts to obtain food donations to feed families and individuals who are needy and hungry. During last year's Food Drive, The KTLA Season of Sharing Food Drive raised approximately 87,500 pounds of food, and the goal for this year is over 100,000 pounds of food. So come on down Orange County residents to one of many locations where you can help.
Below are some local locations where you can drop off non perishable food items.
Grocery Store - #33
380 East 17th Street, Costa Mesa 92627
Grocery Store – #650 in the Seacliff Area
19081 Goldenwest Street, Huntington Beach 92648
Grocery Store – #131 Meadowlark
5241 Warner Ave., Huntington Beach, 92649
County Fire Station #58
58 Station Way, Ladera Ranch 92694
County Fire Station #61
8081 Western Avenue, Buena Park 90620
County Fire Station #64
7351 Westminster Boulevard, Westminster 92683
Mesa Fire Station #5 – Headquarters
2450 Vanguard Way, Costa Mesa 92626
For a detailed list of all the locations for the Food Drive for the KTLA Season of Sharing website.
KTLA will be airing segments today about the Season of Sharing.
This post originally posted at NewportBeachRealEstateCafe.com.
Sharon Paxson REALTOR®