Why Donate?

The Need:
They are of the generations who fought wars, paid taxes and built this great country. Yet today, in their fragile senior years, 50,000 older Americans live in poverty in San Diego County. They are a proud generation who find it difficult to ask for help. Most suffer in silence with the shame of living in poverty and the anxiety of living with food insecurity. Many skip meals and doses of medicine to survive between Social Security checks. Maybe they are your neighbors. You can help them on this Donate Page.

The Solution:
Since 2006, The Angel’s Depot has provided FREE Senior Emergency Meal Boxes to impoverished senior citizens, living in San Diego County, whose average monthly income is $765.  The Depot reached out toeducate and engage the community to solve the Senior Hunger Crisis . . . the community responded in force!  Armed with donors and volunteers numbering over 6,000 . . . who are willing to lend funds and manpower . . . the movement to strike out senior hunger has begun in San Diego County!  

Please join us in this noble effort. The action you take, is the difference you make.  Please take a moment to read our 2014 Brochure . . . you will be glad your questions can be simply answered.



You can sponsor a Senior Emergency Meal Box for $25 per month . . .
or, you can feed more seniors each month.
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YOUR HEART and click on the RED HEART to read our Brochure.

Red Heart
Contributing to The Angel's Depot

For your convenience, you may make a secure, tax-deductible donation to The Angel's Depot using your credit card with PayPal.

The Angel's Depot is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, all donations are tax deductible.

THE ANGEL'S DEPOT
1497 Poinsettia Avenue
Suite 158
Vista, CA 92081

Please call Susan Hall, Founder & Executive Director at 760-599-7093 for further information.

Congressman Darrell Issa

Congressman Darrell Issa
2008 "Champion of the Year" T.A.D. Award

Click to read:

Congressman Issa's 2014 Congratulatory Letter

2013 The Angel's Depot's
Letter of Support from
Congressman Darrell Issa.

To learn Why The Angel's Depot Needs Your Help click here.
To review our Statement of Need, please click here.
To download a Donation Form, please click here.

We are always happy to take your call or give you a warehouse tour . . .
just call ahead to schedule. You'll be glad you came to visit . . . "angels" live among us!

Please, give what you can. The action YOU take . . . is the difference YOU make.

Estate Giving
Who Donates?

Special Thanks to our Founding Partner
The Rincon Tribe

Founding Partners - $150,000 and above
County of San Diego
Harrah's Foundation
Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort
Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians
The California Wellness Foundation
Estate of Janet Wilson
Angel Donors - $75,000 and above
NRG Energy San Diego
Leichtag Family Foundation
Angel Donors - $50,000 and above
Seth Sprague Foundation
Walmart State Giving Foundation
City of San Diego - Funded in part by CDBG funds provided by HUD
Angel Donors - $20,000 and above
Al Pfeltz, Sun Wireless
Anonymous Donor Number One
AT&T
BioFilm - Dan and Lois Wray
Center for Car Donations
City of Oceanside
Debra E. and Warner C. Lusardi Foundation
Genentech Foundation
Gladys Young
Howard Charitable Foundation
Nordson Corporation Foundation
Pam Smith, Director, San Diego County Aging and Independence Services
Rancho Santa Fe Women's Fund
Tri-City Healthcare District
Angel Donors - $10,000 and above
ADICIO
City of Vista
Global Surveillance
Hunter Industries
North County Times Charities Fund
San Diego Gas & Electric
The Haehn Foundation
The Lawrence Foundation
Angel Donors - $5,000 and above
Anderson Direct Marketing
Anonymous Donor Number Two
Anonymous Donor Number Three
Blackburn Foundation
BluFi Lending
BRAVO Foundation
Frank M. Ewing Foundation
Hitachi Data Systems
Issa Family Foundation
Pala Casino Resort
Progressive Computing LLC
Rancho Santa Fe San Sand Dollars
Robert & Kirsten Gilchrist / A & C F.L.P
Sam's Club Vista
San Diego Society of Human Resource Managers
SCAN Health Plan
The Guadalupe Charitable Trust
VONS Foundation
Wells Fargo Foundation

Site last updated April 25, 2014

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