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.
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 $861. 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.
The action YOU take . . . is the difference
YOU make in an Older American's life.
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The Angel's Depot is a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation, all donations are tax deductible.
THE ANGEL'S DEPOT
2820 La Mirada Drive, Suite C
Vista, CA 92081
Please call Susan Hall, Founder & Executive Director at 760-599-7093 for further information.
Congressman Darrell Issa
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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.
In 2011, Janet Wilson became our first "Estate Angel" leaving over $99,000 to The Angel's Depot.
Janet's generous gift helped fund the move into a larger warehouse space allowing for more seniors to be served every month. Janet's generous spirit made a huge impact on many seniors in need. We are also grateful to Barbara & Joe Barreras, her dear friends, who helped her make this happen.
Special Thanks to our Founding Partner
The Rincon Tribe
The Rincon Tribe presents their 2009 $50,000 check to The Angel's Depot on May 12, 2009. This is the 2nd installment of their $150,000 over 3 years commitment. Seen holding the large check from L-R, Susan Hall, Founder & Executive Director, The Angel's Depot, Steve Stallings Rincon Tribal Council Member, Janet Beronio, Sr. Vice President & General Manager, Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort and Rincon Tribal Administrator, Dick Watenpaugh along with Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort employees . . . who later that day set the food box packing record: 510 food boxes packed in 46 minutes which beat the Rincon Tribe's record of 500 boxes in 55 minutes!
AT&T comes to the rescue with a generous $20,000 technology upgrade grant for our operations!
Tri-City Healthcare District grant awardees including a $10,000 grant for The Angel's Depot!
Rancho Santa Women's Fund granted The Angel's Depot a $45,000 grant! Shown here are all their grant recipients: L to R: Tyler Hewes-ED, San Diego Chamber Orchestra; John Ciullo-Director of Development, Scripps Encinitas; Susan Hall, Founder & Executive Director, The Angel's Depot; Judge Maria Arroyo Prokop-Founder, Juvenile Court Book Club; Chris Fink-President, Juvenile Court Book Club; Donna Ferrier-RSFWF Grant Ctte Chairman; Linda Valliant-ED, Canine Companions for Independence; George Brown III-ED, Camp Pendleton ASYMCA; Stephanie Alband-Director of Development, Fresh Start Surgical Gifts.
Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort's Engineering Department held an Employee Car Wash which raised $865!