AniMeals for The Angel's Depot

Woodward Animal Center on KFMB-SD (CBS) - San Diego, CA
02/18/2014 11:39:32
CBS News 8 at 11AM (News)

... seniors. the helen woodward animal center and the angel's depot are joining forces to expand a program ...

Helen woodward on KFMB-SD (CBS) - San Diego, CA
02/18/2014 18:42:15
CBS News 8 at 6:30PM (News)

... program. the helen woodward animal center has partnered with the angels depot to provide pet food ...

Woodward Animal on KNSD-SD (NBC) - San Diego, CA
02/19/2014 04:58:34
NBC7 News Today (News)

... training and guidelines for these types of situations. >>> the helen woodward animal center announcing a new partnership that will help the pets of low-income seniors. the helen woodward center is ...

One Million Pounds of Food!

Founder Susan Stames Hall

Miss Charlotte (r)
receives her monthly
Senior Emergency Meal Box
on December 13, 2012
containing the

ONE MILLIONTH
POUND OF FOOD


from Depot Founding Partner
Stephanie Spencer
Vice Chair
Rincon Band oOf Luiseno Indians

2012 Woman of the Year

Susan Hall, 2012 Woman of the Year

Martin Garrick

CA State Assemblyman Martin Garrick names Susan Hall, The Angel’s Depot Founder & Executive Director, 2012 Woman of the Year. Please Click Here to read the Media Advisory

TAD in the News
Watch The Angel's Depot in Action on YouTube . . . here are the links!

The Angel's Depot Video for Alliance Healthcare
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9fJfDPd7cB0

The Gary Puckett Show for The Angel's Depot - May 28, 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5aksEqxlF0

Pepsi Challenge 2011
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HQuqscMVmw

The Most Generous Person I Know . . . Founding Board President, Al Pfeltz
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRCD5jSunYc

The Angel's Depot Public Service Announcement
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5aY3kt6r2g
The Angel's Depot Media Log
Reflects Significant Local Media Support!
Number of Print Media Articles by Year
Most Recent:

6/25/2014 North San Diego County Association of Realtors Website – Vista/San Marcos Members Donate $2,537.05 to The Angel’s Depot:

EACH WEEK AT THE TOUR 601/602 MEMBERS DONATE MONEY TOWARD A CHOSEN CHARITY.  THIS MONTH NSDCAR MEMBERS SERVING THE VISTA/SAN MARCOS REGION DONATED $2,537.05 TO THE ANGEL’S DEPOT.
SINCE 2005, THE ANGEL’S DEPOT HAS PROVIDED 57,692 FREE EMERGENCY SENIOR MEAL BOXES CONTAINING FOOD FOR 1,221,532 MEALS FOR SENIORS IN NEED.  EACH MONTH, NEARLY 1,000 SENIORS TAKE REFUGE IN RECEIVING MEALS.
(PHOTO OF RICK CUNNINGHAM AND PHILIP STUTZMAN, ESQ. BEING PRESENTED A CHECK BT NSDCAR REPRESENTATIVES)

6/10/2014 Kennedy Golf Website – 8th Annual Coldwell Banker Community Foundation Charity Golf Event benefitting The Angel’s Depot:

COLDWELL BANKER HOSTED THEIR 8TH ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF EVENT ON JUNE 9TH ENJOYING A NEW VENUE, THE CROSSINGS AT CARLSBAD, WHERE PLAYERS WERE TREATED TO SPECTACULAR VIEWS, GREAT GOLF AND AN INCREDIBLY SUCCESSFUL DAY OF FUNDRAISING.  CB AND THEIR SPONSORS PULLED OUT ALL OF THE STOPS THIS YEAR WITH EXCITING CONTESTS, DELICIOUS FOOD AND BEVERAGE THROUGHOUT THE COURSE, AND AN OVER THE TOP SILENT AUCTION.  THE EVENING KICKED OFF WITH AN EXCITING HELICOPTER BALL DROP (THE WINNER RECEIVED $3K!), AND A FUN AND FUNNY AWARDS BANQUET (SEE MARTY CHICKEN PICS IN THE PHOTO GALLERY).  THE HONORED CHARITY, THE ANGEL’S DEPOT, GAVE A GRACIOUS SPEECH DELIVERING A MOVING ACCOUNT OF THEIR MISSION TO PROVIDE FOOD FOR THE ELDERLY POOR LIVING IN SAN DIEGO.  CONGRATULATIONS CB FOUNDATION ON RAISING OVER $30,000 THIS YEAR!

5/19/2014 Vista Chamber of Commerce Email Announcement of  Interest - Great Bands @ Strawberry Festival: Fan Halen, Clay Colton Band, Lucky Tongue, and MANY MORE!:

EMAIL ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE MANY BANDS THAT WILL BE PERFORMING ON MAY 25TH AT THE STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL.  AT THE BOTTOM OF THE EMAIL IS AN ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE JUICE NEWTON BENEFIT CONCERT WHICH TAKES PLACE ON THE EVENING OF MAY 24TH.  SENT OUT TO ALL CHAMBER SUBSCRIBERS WITH LINK TO PURCHASE TICKETS.

5/19/2014 Vista Chamber of Commerce Email Announcement of  Interest - Juice Newton in Concert to benefit Angels Depot:

EMAIL ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE JUICE NEWTON BENEFIT CONCERT SENT OUT TO ALL CHAMBER SUBSCRIBERS WITH LINK TO PURCHASE TICKETS

5/19/2014 San Diego Union Tribune – Local Coastal, North County – Section B, page B3:

¼ SIZE COLOR AD LOWER LEFT HAND CORNER OF PAGE FOR JUICE NEWTON BENEFIT CONCERT TO END SENIOR HUNGER, SATURDAY MAY 24.

5/16/2014 WS.Radio.com - Hour 1 The Angel’s Depot – Susan Hall Radio Interview:
 
SUSAN HALL, FOUNDER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE ANGEL’S DEPOT, DISCUSSES THE ORGANIZATION’S MISSION TO PROVIDE FOOD FOR THE ELDERLY POOR IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY. HALL TALKS ABOUT THE MAY 24 FUNDRAISING CONCERT BY GRAMMY AWARD-WINNING SINGER JUICE NEWTON AT THE MOONLIGHT AMPHITHEATRE IN VISTA, AND THE FOUR PROGRAM COMPONENTS OF THE ORGANIZATION.

5/16/2014 San Diego Union Tribune – Local Coastal, North County – Section B, page B3, Grammy Winner’s Performance to Benefit Angel’s Depot:

SAME ARTICLE AS 5/15/2014 SAN DIEGO UNION TRIBUNE WEB ARTICLE – MAY 15, 2014 @1:23PM, GRAMMY WINNERS PERFORMANCE TO GO TO SENIOR MEALS.  ARTICLE INCLUDES A PICTURE - CAPTION READS:  RICK CUNNINGHAM (RIGHT), ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR OF THE ANGEL’S DEPOT RECENTLY SPOKE TO KIWANIS CLUB OF SUNRISE VISTA ABOUT HIS ORGANIZATION.  PICTURED WITH CUNNINGHAM IS BRAD WISCONS, PRESIDENT OF THE KIWANIS CLUB OF SUNRISE VISTA.

5/15/2014 San Diego Union Tribune Web Article – May 15, 2014 @ 1:23pm, Grammy winner’s performance to go to senior meals:

A GRAMMY WINNING SINGER IS PERFORMING MAY 24 AT MOONLIGHT AMPHITHEATRE TO RAISE MONEY FOR MEALS FOR NEEDY AREA SENIORS.  JUICE NEWTON, GRAMMY WINNER FOR BEST POP FEMALE AND THE ACADEMY OF COUNTRY MUSIC’S NEW FEMALE VOCALIST OF THE YEAR IN THE EARLY 1980’S IS TAKING THE STAGE TO BENEFIT THE ANGEL’S DEPOT.
NEWTON, A GOLD RECORD RECORDING ARTIST WITH 15 TOP 10 HITS IS KNOWN FOR SONGS SUCH AS “THE SWEETEST THING (I’VE EVER KNOWN)”  AND “ANGEL OF THE MORNING.”  VISTA-BASED ANGEL’S DEPOT PROVIDES 1,000 EMERGENCY MEAL BOXES EACH MONTH TO ELDERLY POOR IN THE COUNTY.  THE NONPROFIT FORMED IN 2005 BY SUSAN HALL TO BRING AWARENESS TO THE COMMUNITY ABOUT AREA SENIORS LIVING IN POVERTY AND PROVIDE MEALS ALONG WITH A CONNECTION TO COMMUNITY RESOURCES FOR SENIORS.  HALL DEVELOPED THE “SENIOR-FOOD-FOR-A-WEEK” 21-MEAL EMERGENCY FOOD BOX PROGRAM.  THE BOXES CONTAIN FOOD THAT MEETS NUTRITION NEEDS OF SENIORS AT-RISK FOR MALNUTRITION, SUCH AS ITEMS HIGH IN PROTEIN, FIBER AND FOLATES WITH MODERATE SUGAR.  THE NONPROFIT HAS 5,500 VOLUNTEERS WHO HAVE GIVEN OVER 30,000 VOLUNTEER HOURS OVER THE YEAR.  SINCE 2009, THE DEPOT’S FUNDRAISING EVENTS HAVE RAISED NEARLY $231, 465 FOR ITS SOS MEAL PROGRAM.  SENIORS RECEIVING THE EMERGENCY MEAL BOXES HAVE AN AVERAGE INCOME OF $766 A MONTH.  THE BOXES ARE DISTRIBUTED MID-MONTH TO PRE-QUALIFIED SENIORS AT 20 COUNTYWIDE SITES, SUCH AS SENIOR CENTERS.  THE BENEFIT CONCERT STARTS AT 7:30 P.M. AT MOONLIGHT AMPHITHEATRE, 1200 VALE TERRACE DR.  LOCAL COUNTRY ROCKERS GIN PISTON WILL OPEN THE EVENT AND GARY LEE FROM KSON WILL EMCEE.  VIP TICKETS: $100 INCLUDING ORCHESTRA SEATS AND 6 P.M. PRE-CONCERT DUO ENTRÉE DINNER OF BEEF TRI TIP AND CHICKEN PREPARED BY CHEF DAVE KROHN.  CONCERT TICKETS:  $20-$50.  FOR DINNER, CALL (760) 599-7093; FOR PERFORMANCE TICKETS, CALL (760) 724-2110 OR VISIT THEANGELSDEPOT.ORG.

5/15/2014 San Diego Union Tribune – Local Coastal, North County – Section B, page B7:

¼ SIZE COLOR AD MIDDLE RIGHT HAND SIDE OF PAGE FOR JUICE NEWTON BENEFIT CONCERT TO END SENIOR HUNGER, SATURDAY MAY 24.

5/12/2014 San Diego Business Journal – Page 31:

¼ SIZE COLOR AD LOWER RIGHT HAND CORNER OF PAGE FOR JUICE NEWTON BENEFIT CONCERT TO END SENIOR HUNGER, SATURDAY MAY 24.

5-11-2014 KSON Community Webpage -  May 24: Juice Newton Benefit Concert To Benefit The Angel's Depot -  Posted on 5/11/2014 11:45:00 PM:

Enjoy a night of fun and entertainment, for a good cause, as Grammy award winner and gold record recording artist, Juice Newton, performs a benefit concert for The Angel's Depot, May 24th.  The concert, at Moonlight Amphitheatre in Vista, will begin at 7:30 PM. Concert tickets start at just $20.  The VIP Experience, complete with Orchestra seats and an elegant pre-concert dinner with dessert, wine and beer, is just $100 per seat.  Opening for Juice Newton will be local favorite, Gin Piston.  The Angel's Depot provides FREE specially formulated Senior Emergency Meal Boxes monthly to seniors living in poverty in San Diego County.  For more info, including ticket info, visit www.theangelsdepot.org

This included ten (10) 15 second commercials on air advertising the concert.

5/6/2014 Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce Home-Events Calendar:

EMAIL ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE JUICE NEWTON BENEFIT CONCERT SENT OUT TO ALL CHAMBER SUBSCRIBERS.

5/5/2014 Vista Chamber of Commerce Announcement of  Interest - Juice Newton in Concert to benefit Angels Depot :

EMAIL ANNOUNCEMENT OF THE JUICE NEWTON BENEFIT CONCERT SENT OUT TO ALL CHAMBER SUBSCRIBERS WITH LINK TO PURCHASE TICKETS.

4/28/2014 San Diego Business Journal – Page 16:

¼ SIZE COLOR AD LOWER LEFT HAND CORNER OF PAGE FOR JUICE NEWTON BENEFIT CONCERT TO END SENIOR HUNGER, SATURDAY MAY 24.

2/24/2014 San Diego Business Journal – Kudos/Giving - Page 52:

HELEN WOODWARD ANIMAL CENTER’S ANIMEALS PROGRAM VISITED THE OCEANSIDE SENIOR CENTER RECENTLY TO CELEBRATE ITS NEW PARTNERSHIP WITH THE ANGEL’S DEPOT.  THE PARTNERSHIP WILL PROVIDE PET FOOD TO LOW-INCOME SENIORS, AND IT IS BEING MADE POSSIBLE THROUGH AN ANONYMOUS DONATION BY A FAMILY IN HONOR OF A WOMAN WHO DIED IN 2013.  ANIMEALS IS A PET-FOOD-ON-WHEELS PROGRAM THAT PROVIDES FREE REGULAR MEALS FOR THE DOGS AND CATS OF HOMEBOUND ELDERLY AND DISABLED PEOPLE.  THE PROGRAM’S MISSION IS TO HELP KEEP PEOPLE AND THEIR COMPANION PETS TOGETHER BY ELIMINATING ONE OF THE LOGISTICA AND FINANCIAL IMPEDIMENTS TO PROPER PET CARE.  THE PROGRAM WAS CREATED IN 1984 AT HELEN WOODWARD ANIMAL CENTER.  TODAY, THE PROGRAM WORKS WITH FIVE MEALS-ON-WHEELS CENTERS AND MANY OTHER ORGANIZATIONS SUCH AS AGING & INDEPENDENCE SERVICES, TO SERVE MORE THAN 250 PETS THROUGHOUT SAN DIEGO COUNTY.  OVERWHELMING RESEARCH HAS SHOWN THAT PETS ARE A HEALTH BENEFIT FOR THEIR ELDERLY OWNERS, PROVIDING COMPANIONSHIP, DIVERSION AND EVEN A REASON FOR LIVING.

2/19/2014 Media Alert from TVEyes Media Monitoring Suite – NBC 7 News at 5:00PM:  Woodward Animal on KNSD-SD (NBC) – San Diego, CA:

30 SECOND NEWS STORY.  THE HELEN WOODWARD ANIMAL CENTER ANNOUNCING A NEW PARTNERSHIP THAT WILL HELP THE PETS OF LOW-INCOME SENIORS.  THE HELEN WOODWARD CENTER IS TEAMING UP WITH THE ANGEL’S DEPOT.  THAT ORGANIZATION PROVIDES MORE THAN 900 EMERGENCY FOOD BOXES TO LOW INCOME SENIORS EVERY MONTH.  BUT TOGETHER THE TWO ORGANIZATIONS WILL NOW ALSO BE BRINGING FOOD FOR THE SENIORS PETS.  THE PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO KEEP PEOPLE AND THEIR PETS TOGETHER, WHICH CAN HELP OVERALL HEALTH. THE EXPANSION IS BEING FUNDED BY AN ANONYMOUS DONATION FROM A FORMER VOLUNTEER.

2/18/2014 Media Alert from TVEyes Media Monitoring Suite – CBS News 8 at 6:30PM:  Helen Woodward on KFMB-SD (CBS) – San Diego, CA:

2 MINUTE, 30 SECOND NEWS STORY.  A LOT OF MONEY IS NOW ON THE TABLE FOR THE “ANIMEALS” PROGRAM.  THE HELEN WOODWARD ANIMAL CENTER HAS PARTNERED WITH THE ANGEL’S DEPOT TO PROVIDE PET FOOD FOR LOW-INCOME SENIORS AND THE PARTNERSHIP IS BEING FUNDED BY A LARGE DONATION.  CBS NEWS 8’S SHAWN STYLES COVERED THE STORY.

2/18/2014 Media Alert from TVEyes Media Monitoring Suite – CBS News 8 at 11AM:  Woodward Animal Center on KFMB-SD (CBS) – San Diego, CA:

30 SECOND NEWS STORY ON THE HELEN WOODWARD ANIMAL CENTER AND THE ANGEL’S DEPOT ARE JOINING FORCES TO EXPAND A PROGRAM THAT DELIVERS FOOD FOR SENIORS AND THEIR FOUR-LEGGED FRIENDS.  HELEN WOODWARD’S ANI-MEALS PROGRAM HAS BEEN PROVIDING FOOD FOR FINANCIALLY-STRAPPED PET OWNERS FOR DECADES…THE EFFORT IS EXPECTED TO EXPAND SERVICES TO SENIORS ALL OVER THE COUNTY.

2/18/2014 www.8CBS8.com – A lot of money on the table for AniMeals Program:

THE HELEN WOODWARD ANIMAL CENTER AND THE ANGEL’S DEPOT TUESDAY ANNOUNCED A PARTNERSHIP TO EXPAND A PROGRAM THAT DELIVERS FOOD FOR PETS OF LOW-INCOME SENIORS.  THE ANGEL’S DEPOT, WHICH PROVIDES MORE THAN 900 EMERGENCY FOOD BOXES MONTHLY TO LOW-INCOME SENIORS, WANTED TO ALSO BRING FOOD FOR THEIR PETS.  IT FORMED A PARTNERSHIP WITH THE ANIMAL CENTER, WHICH HAS OPERATED THE ANIMEALS PROGRAM FOR 30 YEARS.  CENTER OFFICIALS SAID THE EXPANSION OF THE PROGRAM IS BEING FUNDED BY A DONATION OF $233,000 BY THE ESTATE OF A FORMER ANIMEALS VOLUNTEER.  THE FAMILY DOES NOT WANT TO BE NOTIFIED.  THE PROGRAM IS DESIGNED TO HELP KEEP PEOPLE AND THEIR PETS TOGETHER BY ELIMINATING ONE OF THE LOGISTICAL AND FINANCIAL IMPEDIMENTS TO PROPER PET CARE.  ABOUT 250 PETS ARE SERVED BY ANIMEALS.  THE RANCHO SANTA FE-BASED ANIMAL CENTER ALSO PARTNERS WITH AGENCIES LIKE SAN DIEGO COUNTY AGING & INDEPENDENT SERVICES AND FIVE MEALS-ON-WHEELS GROUPS.

2/10/2014 San Diego Business Journal – Page 38:

THE ANGEL’S DEPOT ANNOUNCED A $100,000 CONTRIBUTION FROM THE WALMART FOUNDATION TO ASSIST WITH PROVIDING WEEK-LONG MEAL BOXES TO IMPOVERISHED SENIORS.  “MANY OF THESE SENIORS ARE VETERANS AND WIDOWS OF VETERANS, AND SADLY THEY CAN NO LONGER AFFORD TO LIVE HERE,” SAID SUSAN HALL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR AT THE ANGEL’S DEPOT.  OCEANSIDE WALMART STORE MANAGER DEBBIE SANCHEZ PRESENTED THE GRANT ON BEHALF OF THE WALMART FOUNDATION AND SPOKE ABOUT THE COMPANY’S COMMITMENT TO ENDING HUNGER IN AMERICA.

2/1/2014 San Diego Union Tribune – UT Local Section B, page B2:

NORTH COUNTY – SENIOR FOOD PROGRAM GETS $100K DONATION.  MORE LOW-INCOME SENIORS WILL HAVE ACCESS TO FREE MEALS THANKS TO A $100,000 DONATION FROM THE WALMART FOUNDATION TO THE ANGEL’S DEPOT SENIOR FOOD PROGRAM, OFFICIALS SAID FRIDAY.  “IT’S A GODSEND,” SAID SUSAN HALL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE ANGEL’S DEPOT.”  WALMART’S DONATION WILL BE USED TO INCREASE THE NUMBER OF PACKAGES DELIVERED EACH MONTH TO MORE THAN 1,000 SHE SAID.  DEBBIE SANCHEZ, A WALMART STORE MANAGER, WAS AT THE CEREMONY FRIDAY AT THE ANGEL’S DEPOT OFFICE IN VISTA WHERE THE CHECK WAS PRESENTED.  SHE SAID WALMART HAS DONATED ABOUT $4.5 MILLION OVER THE PAST TWO YEARS TO ORGANIZATIONS SERVING FAMILIES THROUGHOUT SAN DIEGO COUNTY.  “WE’RE PLEASED TO BE HERE TO PROVIDE THIS DONATION TO THE ANGEL’S DEPOT,” SANCHEZ SAID.  “WE KNOW IT WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT THE EFFORTS WE ARE BOTH WORKING HARD TO ACHIEVE.

1/31/2014 www.OsideNews.com – Angel’s Depot Receives $100,000 Grant

OCEANSIDE CA – THE ANGEL’S DEPOT, A CHARITY WHICH PROVIDES MEALS FOR AT RISK SENIORS IN NORTH COUNTY, RECEIVED A $100,000 GRANT FROM WALMART AND THE WALMART FOUNDATION DURING A BRIEF CEREMONY AT THE CHARITY’S HEADQUARTERS ON FRIDAY.  DEBBIE SANCHEZ, WALMART STORE MANAGER PRESENTED A $100,000 CHECK TO THE ANGEL DEPOT CHARITY.  THE ANGELS DEPOT DELIVERS ABOUT 900 FOOD PACKAGES, ON THE THIRD WEEK OF THE MONTH, TO “AT RISK” AND IMPOVERISHED SENIORS IN NORTH COUNTY.  THE 24 POUND BOXES CONTAIN 21 MEALS INCLUDING BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINNER AND SNACKS FOR SENIORS AT RISK OF MALNUTRITION.    CALIFORNIA ASSEMBLY MEMBER, ROCKY CHAVEZ PRAISED THE WORK OF THE GROUP AND THE FACT THAT ANGELS DEPOT WILL BE ASSISTING SENIORS WITH THEIR PETS.  “TO MANY SENIORS, THEIR PETS ARE THEIR FAMILY” SAID CHAVEZ.  OCEANSIDE MAYOR, JERRY KERN THANKED THE GROUP FOR HELPING PEOPLE “WHO HAVE FALLEN THROUGH THE CRACKS.”  DEBBIE SANCHEZ, MANAGER OF WALMART STORE #2494, 2100 VISTA WAY PRESENTED THE LARGEST SINGLE DONATION IN ANGEL DEPOTS HISTORY ON BEHALF OF THE WALMART FOUNDATION’S CALIFORNIA STATE GIVING PROGRAM.  “THIS IS AN AMAZING GROUP AND I LOOK FORWARD TO GETTING OUR STORE MORE INVOLVED WITH THEM IN THE FUTURE.” SAID SANCHEZ.

1/31/2014 www.utsandiego.com – Angel’s Depot receives $100K gift from Walmart:

MORE LOW-INCOME SENIORS WILL HAVE ACCESS TO FREE MEALS THANKS TO A $100,000 DONATION FROM THE WALMART FOUNDATION TO THE ANGEL’S DEPOT SENIOR FOOD PROGRAM, OFFICIALS SAID FRIDAY.  DEBBIE SANCHEZ, A WALMART STORE MANAGER, WAS AT A CEREMONY FRIDAY AT THE ANGEL DEPOT’S OFFICE IN VISTA WHERE THE CHECK WAS PRESENTED.  SHE SAID WALMART HAS DONATED ABOUT $4.5 MILLION OVER THE PAST TWO YEARS TO ORGANIZATIONS SERVING FAMILIES THROUGHOUT SAN DIEGO COUNTY.  WALMART’S DONATION IS THE LARGEST SINGLE DONATION SINCE THE ORGANIZATION STARTED.

10/6/13 San Diego Union Tribune – Real Estate North – Advertising Supplement to U-T San Diego: 

ADVERTISEMENT FOR THE ESCONDIDO CHARITABLE FOUNDATION – CONNECTING WITH PEOPLE WHO CARE WITH CAUSES THAT MATTER.  MORE THAN $927,000 IN GRANTS TO 26 ESCONDIDO PROFITS.  MORE THAN $730,000 RAISED IN AN ENDOWMENT FUND THAT WILL SUPPORT ESCONDIDO FOREVER.  AN IMPACT OF MORE THAN 1.7 MILLION IN JUST SIX YEARS.  (PICTURE OF THE ANGEL’S DEPOT FOOD BOX ALONG WITH 4 OTHER SELECT CHARITY PHOTOS.)

9/17/2013 San Diego Union Tribune – Page E6, Grant Helps Maintain Food
Delivery To Elderly:

THE ANGEL’S DEPOT SERVES THE NEEDS OF THE ELDERLY POOR BY FEEDING SENIORS THROUGH LOW-LEVEL CASE MANAGEMENT, EDUCATING THE COMMUNITY ON THE PLIGHT OF THE ELDERLY POOR, AND ENGAGING THE COMMUNITY IN SOLVING THE SENIOR HUNGER CRISIS.  TO HELP SUPPORT THE ANGEL’S DEPOT IN ITS MISSION, THE HUMANA FOUNDATION PRESENTED THE ORGANIZATION WITH A $10,000 GRANT.  (5 PHOTOS INCLUDED IN STORY – CAPTION FOR CHECK PRESENTATION READS:  The Angel's Depot, a nonprofit that provides food for the elderly poor living in San Diego County, received a $10,000 grant from the Humana Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Humana Inc., to support its Senior Food-for-a-Week 21-Meal Emergency Food Box program. From left to right is Rick Cunningham (Angel's Depot Director of Public Relations), Jeff Chicots (Humana Regional Vice President MarketPOINT, Inc.), Marina Renneke (Humana Media Relations), Russell Barbour (Humana Sales Director Southern California) and Al Pfeltz (Angel's Depot President, Board of Directors).

9/11/2013 San Diego Union Tribune ONLINE 7:29AM - Grant Helps Maintain Food Delivery To Elderly:

THE ANGEL’S DEPOT SERVES THE NEEDS OF THE ELDERLY POOR BY FEEDING SENIORS, ADVOCATING FOR SENIORS THROUGH LOW-LEVEL CASE MANAGEMENT, EDUCATING THE COMMUNITY ON THE PLIGHT OF THE ELDERLY POOR, AND ENGAGING THE COMMUNITY IN SOLVING THE SENIOR HUNGER CRISIS.  TO HELP SUPPORT THE ANGEL’S DEPOT IN ITS MISSION, THE HUMANA FOUNDATION PRESENTED THE ORGANIZATION WITH A $10,000 GRANT.  THE CHECK WAS PRESENTED SEPT. 9 AT THE ANGEL’S DEPOT WAREHOUSE IN VISTA WHERE SEVERAL HUMANA EMPLOYEES WERE ON HAND TO HELP OTHER VOLUNTEERS PACK FOOD FOR DELIVERY OF 21-MEAL EMERGENCY MEAL BOXES TO SENIORS LIVING IN POVERTY.  “THE HUMANA FOUNDATION’S SUPPORT OF THE EMERGENCY MEAL BOXES IS CRITICAL IN SUPPORTING THE PHYSICAL AND MENTAL HEALTH OF SENIORS IN OUR SAN DIEGO COMMUNITY,” SAID SUSAN HALL, FOUNDER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE ANGEL’S DEPOT.  “THE GENEROUS HUMANA FOUNDATION GRANT WILL HELP US CONTINUE PROVIDING MONTHLY FOOD TO SENIORS LIVING IN POVERTY.  THERE IS NO OTHER PROGRAM IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY THAT SUPPLIES SENIORS IN NEED WITH ADEQUATE NUTRITION FREE OF CHARGE TO HELP THEM SURVIVE BETWEEN SOCIAL SECURITY CHECKS.”  FOUNDED IN 2006, THE ANGEL’S DEPOT SERVES 900 EMERGENCY MEAL BOXES TO SENIORS WITH AN AVERAGE INCOME OF $765 PER MONTH.  THE NEARLY 24-POUND BOXES ARE STOCKED WITH NUTRITIOUS, NONPERISHABLE FOOD THAT IS SPECIALLY FORMULATED TO MEET THE EASY PREPARATION AND SPECIAL NUTRITIONAL NEEDS OF SENIORS WHO LIVE WITH FOOD INSECURITY AND ARE AT RISK FOR MALNUTRITION.  THERE ARE AN ESTIMATED 50,000 SENIORS LIVING IN POVERTY IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY.  “HUMANA WANTS TO HELP PEOPLE ACHIEVE LIFELONG WELL-BEING – AT ANY AGE.  FOOD SECURITY IS IMPORTANT FOR SENIORS WHO OFTEN HAVE TO CHOOSE BETWEEN A MEAL AND MEDICINE,” SAID RUSSELL BARBOUR, DIRECTOR OF SENIOR PRODUCTS FOR HUMANA SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.  “WE ARE PROUD THAT OUR FOUNDATION SUPPORTS THE ANGEL’S DEPOT’S EFFORTS TO PROVIDE HEALTHY AND NUTRITIOUS MEALS TO OUR COMMUNITY’S SENIORS, IMPROVING THEIR MENTAL AND PHYSICAL WELL-BEING.”  NEARLY 3,200 DEDICATED, MULTI-GENERATIONAL VOLUNTEERS SUPPORT THE ANGEL’S DEPOT AS BOARD MEMBERS, VOLUNTEER PROGRAM MANAGERS, AND SPECIAL EVENT AND WAREHOUSE HELPERS.

8/25/2013 San Diego Union Tribune – Page A7, For Their Benefit:

ENDING SATURDAY – FOOD DRIVE FOR SENIORS:  GENTIVA HOSPICE AND CHICKEN PIE DINER ARE HOLDING A FOOD DRIVE FOR ANGEL’S DEPOT, WHICH PROVIDES FOOD FOR THE ELDERLY IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY.  DONATIONS OF NONPERISHABLE ITEMS MAY BE DROPPED OFF AT CHICKEN PIE DINER, LOCATED IN THE TARGET SHOPPING CENTER ON POMERADO ROAD, POWAY OR AT THE GENTIVA HOSPICE OFFICE AT 9444 BALBOA AVE., SUITE 290, SAN DIEGO (858) 565-2499.

8/15/2013 Pomerado News/Poway News Chieftan – Poway Digest – Issue of Aug. 15,2013 Donate Food:

THROUGH AUGUST, CHICKEN PIE DINER, IN THE TARGET CENTER, IS A DROP-OFF LOCATION FOR NON-PERISHABLE FOOD BEING COLLECTED BY GENTIVA HOSPICE FOR ANGELS DEPOT, WHICH PROVIDES FOOD TO THE ELDERLY POOR.

8/6/2013  97.3 KSON FM/98.1 Smooth Jazz Radio Station Calendars – Food Drive
for The Angel’s Depot:

GENTIVA HOSPICE AND CHICKEN PIE DINER ARE HOLDING A FOOD DRIVE THROUGH AUG. 31 FOR THE ANGEL’S DEPOT, WHICH PROVIDES FOOD FOR THE ELDERLY POOR IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY.  DROP-OFF LOCATIONS FOR NON-PERISHABLE FOOD INCLUDE CHICKEN PIE DINER IN THE TARGET SHOPPING CENTER ON POMERADO ROAD IN POWAY OR AT THE GENTIVA HOSPICE OFFICE AT 9444 BALBOA AVE. #290 SAN DIEGO, CA 92123.  TO MAKE A FINANCIAL CONTRIBUTION, COORDINATE PICK-UP OR BECOME A PARTNER, CALL FERN WOOD-MOSLEY AT 858-565-2499

5/16/2013 Poway Chieftain Newspaper - Vol. 58, issue 50, page A2 - Two pictures w/ caption: Donations Soar

DURING LAST SATURDAY’S STAMP OUT HUNGER FOOD DRIVE, POWAY POSTAL CARRIERS COLLECTED 23,280 POUNDS OF FOOD, UP FROM 14,000 POUNDS COLLECTED LAST YEAR, SAID DAVID VIVOLI FROM THE POWAY POST OFFICE. THE FOOD COLLECTED WENT TO THE ANGEL’S DEPOT, WHICH PROVIDES FREE EMERGENCY FOOD BOXES TO SAN DIEGO COUNTY SENIORS.

4/1/13 San Diego Business Journal – Vol. 34, NO. 13, Page 21 – Half Page Add: A Gathering of Eagles Starts with One:

A CORPORATE C.E.O EVENT – COMPLIMENTARY – “BY INVITATION ONLY” FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 5:30-8:00 P.M. AT THE DEL MAR HILTON – AL FRESCO BUFFET / A CELEBRATION OF “SAN DIEGO CORPORATE LEADERS” AND THE DIFFERENCE THEY MAKE IN OUR EVERYDAY LIVES.

3/25/13 San Diego Business Journal – Vol. 34, NO. 12, Page 4 – Half Page Add: A Gathering of Eagles Starts with One

A CORPORATE C.E.O EVENT – COMPLIMENTARY – “BY INVITATION ONLY” FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 5:30-8:00 P.M. AT THE DEL MAR HILTON – AL FRESCO BUFFET / A CELEBRATION OF “SAN DIEGO CORPORATE LEADERS” AND THE DIFFERENCE THEY MAKE IN OUR EVERYDAY LIVES.

2/20/13 U-T San Diego – N.C. Times – North County Coastal: Successful Aging Expo – Feb 23rd and 24th 2013 – Featured Speakers:

Susan Stames Hall, Founder and Executive Director
The Angel’s Depot
Susan Hall was a Social Service career fundraiser in San Diego County before she founded The Angel’s Depot. Touched by an article she read detailing the numbers of seniors living in poverty in San Diego County, she stepped up to begin the process of solving the senior hunger crisis.

The Proud Older Americans Who Are Hungry
They are of the generations who fought wars, paid taxes and built this country. Sadly, this proud generation of seniors can no longer afford to live in the country they love. Many skip meals and doses of medicine to survive between Social Security checks. Concerned citizens can learn to help.

12/23/12 U-T San Diego – N.C. Times – Angel’s Depot celebrates ‘Spirit of the Season’

The Angel’s Depot has much to celebrate this holiday season at its seventh annual “In the Spirit of the Season” gala, held Nov. 17 at the Pacific Views Event Center on Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Base in Oceanside.

The Vista-based organization, which distributes healthy meals to needy seniors, raised $70,000 at the gala, which featured a concert performance by Grammy Award-winning local singer Juice Newton. Also worth celebrating was the announcement that on Dec. 13, the depot would deliver its 1 millionth pound of food since opening six years ago.

12/15/12 U-T San Diego – N.C. Times – North County Coastal: MILLION POUNDS CELEBRATION

Miss Charlotte of Oceanside receives her meal box from the Tribal Council’s Stephanie Spencer as the Angel’s Depot presents the charity’s “millionth pound” of food.

12/1/12 FINE magazine – Vol 6, Issue 9 – Page 68/69

And Angel’s Depot provides a little-known, but crucial, service to ensure San Diego’s elderly do not go hungry. Thousands of local seniors live in poverty, and Angel’s Depot supplies many of them with well-balanced meals.

11/11/12 U-T San Diego’s 2013 Nonprofit Guide – 1 page ad page 87, Donation Opportunities

S.O.S. Campaign (Saving Our Seniors) an opportunity to sponsor $25 Senior Emergency Meal Box for desperately poor senior whose average monthly income is $764.

10/29/12 San Diego Business Journal – Vol. 33, NO. 44 – Giving Guide – Full Page Ad

ON MAY 31, 2006 WE OPENED OUR DOORS TO PROVIDE FREE MONTHLY EMERGENCY MEAL BOXES TO SENIORS LIVING IN POVERTY IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY. THEIR AVERAGE MONTHLY INCOME: $764.18. ON DECEMBER 13, 2012, WE CELEBRATE DISTRIBUTION OF OUR ONE MILLIONTH POUND OF FOOD.

10/1/12 Carlsbad Business Journal – Vol. 29, NO. 10 – Page 14 – Celebrating Women Small Owned Businesses (Business Card Size Ad)

In the Spirit of the Season, 7th Annual Gala Benefit for The Angel’s Depot, Celebrating Distribution of “One Million Pounds of Food, Featuring Juice Newton in concert November 17.

9/23/12 North County Times / Lifestyles SOCIAL SCENE: Group 'races' money for Angel's Depot

The Angel's Depot came to the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club on a recent Friday so they could once again enjoy their "Day at the Races" into the twilight hours.The group met Aug. 10 in the Il Palio Room which provides a beautiful buffet, and private betting windows far above the crowds.The event earned $5,000 and 175 guests attended. Last year, the same event earned $5,300.

8/26/12 NSDCAR / Quick Facts Newsletter / NSDCAR Members Lend a Helping Hand to Local Senior Citizens:

NSDCAR members gathered on Tuesday, Aug 14 at The Angel's Depot to pack emergency food boxes for senior citizens in need. District 6 members have been longtime supporters of The Angel's Depot in organizing efforts to volunteer for the cause. "What a great time! We broke a record, with 890 boxes packed in 1 hour! District 6 Rocks!" said District 6 Committee member Helen Krunglevich. The Angel's Depot is a nonprofit organization that provides food for the elderly poor living in San Diego County and promotes community awareness and support for impoverished senior citizens.

8/24/12 North County Times / Community News / OCEANSIDE: Tri-City donates to charities:

The Tri-City Healthcare District recently awarded $300,000 in community grants to various organizations. Casa de Amparo, Angel's Depot and the Boys & Girls Clubs in Oceanside, Carlsbad and Vista were among the 23 North County nonprofits to benefit. Each year, funds are allocated by the district's Board of Directors to be used in a competitive grant process for nonprofits. Grant applications are evaluated by a volunteer committee of district residents. Among the projects to be funded by the grants: $7,500 to North County Health Services to assure access to care for low-income, uninsured children with asthma; $10,000 to YMCA Oz North Coast to offer counseling to homeless youth; $15,000 to North County Community Services to help maintain winter shelters; and $10,000 to Meals With Love Vista/Oceanside to provide healthy meals to senior citizens and disabled and handicapped residents in their homes. Visit tricitymed.org.

7/19/12 North County Times / Community News / OCEANSIDE: Sorority supports seniors

Beta Sigma Phi Laureate Theta Upsilon sorority ladies, with Curves in Oceanside, recently donated more than 250 pounds of food to the Angels Depot nonprofit that assists seniors in the area. Pictured are Geneva Simon, left, from Curves; Elaine Shute, sorority vice president; Lisa Taliaserro, Curves owner; Gwen Rienti, sorority president; and Robin Soley, Curves associate. The Angels Depot presented a certificate of appreciation, pictured, to the Laureate Theta Upsilon of BSP in May

7/18/12 North County Times / Community News / OCEANSIDE: Grocery Outlet holding food drive to help food banks:

Oceanside Grocery Outlet is conducting a month long food drive this month to raise money and collect food donations for three Oceanside charitable groups that provide food to the homeless and low-income families and individuals.

Grocery Outlet owners Mark and Colleen Grim are urging customers to donate food and gift cards they purchase in the store at 3508 College Blvd.

Donations will to go Interfaith Community Services, Angel's Depot and Brother Benno's.

The store has specially marked food items on its shelves that the three organizations have said they need. Customers can buy the items and leave them in bins at the store or make cash donations as they check out.

6/19/12 North County Times / Community News / B2 / VISTA: Nonprofit founder Recognized:

Susan Hall was recently named "2012 Woman of the Year" in the California State Assembly District 74 by Assemblyman Martin Garrick. Hall, pictured with a senior emergency meal box in The Angel's Depot warehouse, was given the honor for her work as founder and executive director of The Angel's Depot. The group's mission is to provide free emergency meal boxes to older Americans living in poverty in San Diego County. The organization has distributed hundreds of thousands of pounds of food to needy seniors since June 2006. The meal boxes contain 21 meals, breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks and are specially formulated to meet the nutritional needs of seniors. Visit theangelsdepot.org or call 760-599-7093.

6/14/12 Bayside Community Center’s Newsletter – Bayside Buzz – 4th edition - New Food Pantry Serves More:

Bayside Community Center hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for its new Community Pantry. The event held on June 14th was a great success due to the presence and contribution of Bayside's partners: J. Scofield "Scody" Hage, CEO of the San Diego Food Bank, Jennifer Gilmore, Executive Director of Feeding America, and Susan Hall, Founder and Executive Director of The Angel's Depot. The message of each of these committed partners resonated with Bayside's Mission of empowering the diverse Linda Vista community to improve its quality of life through services, education, and advocacy. Congresswoman Susan Davis gave closing remarks and congratulated Bayside Community Center on its work and continued efforts to serve the needs of community residents. The Ribbon Cutting was led by Dan Kelly of the Lions Club of San Diego, whose generous donation made the construction of the new pantry possible. This event launched Bayside's newly expanded emergency food distribution program. Not only will it serve more people with more products, it will also be offering a more holistic approach to the needs of these community members. New programs in healthy living will be implemented this year. Stay tuned for more information.

6/12/12 North County Times / Groups / Escondido Rotary: Angels Depot:

Alta Farley accepted $1500 for Angel’s Depot from the Escondido Rotary. The money will be used to provide senior meal boxes which are distributed at the Josyln Senior Center. 140 seniors are fed monthly whose average monthly incomes are only $744. Each meal box contains food for 22 meals.

The Escondido Rotary meets from noon to 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido.

6/8/12 North County Times / Local News: SAN MARCOS: Rock Blues and BBQ Festival coming Saturday:

Fans of meat and music can enjoy both at San Marcos' fourth annual Rock, Blues and BBQ Festival, happening Saturday at Walnut Grove Park.

Food will include a carnivore's choice of pulled pork, tri-tip, ribs, chicken, bratwurst and burgers, with part of the proceeds going to support Angel's Depot, a food bank for low-income seniors in San Diego County, Cronin said.

6/6/12 North County Times VISTA: Nonprofit founder named “Woman oif the Year”:

Susan Hall was recently named "2012 Woman of the Year" in the California State Assembly District 74 by Assemblyman Martin Garrick. Hall, pictured with a senior emergency meal box in The Angel's Depot warehouse, was given the honor for her work as founder and executive director of The Angel's Depot. The group's mission is to provide free emergency meal boxes to older Americans living in poverty in San Diego County. The organization has distributed hundreds of thousands of pounds of food to needy seniors since June 2006. The meal boxes contain 21 meals, breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks and are specially formulated to meet the nutritional needs of seniors. Visit theangelsdepot.org or call 760-599-7093.

5/23/12 Rancho Santa Fe Review / Las Damas Fashion Show:

Las Damas de Fairbanks hosted a Fashion Show on May 18 at the Fairbanks Ranch Country Club. The event included the yearly philanthropic summary and introduction of May Charity Angels Depot, a raffle, boutiques and more. Photos: Jon Clark

5/21/12 North County Times / Community News / B2 / Vista: Picnic to reunite 1960-70 classes

The 1960-1970 Vista High School Reunion Picnic will be held from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 27 at Wildwood Park, 651 E. Vista Way. Cost is $25, which includes a hamburger or hotdog lunch with a beverage. Email Susan Stames Hall at susanhall@sbcglobal.net or call 760-613-9996.

5/21/12 North County Times / Community News / B2 / Connections: Senior Resources:

The Angel’s Depot which offers boxes of food for seniors, is at 1495 Poinsettia Ave., Suite 151, Vista. Call 760-599-7093 or visit theangelsdepot.org

5/1/12 The Fountain Community News: San Elijo Hills Women’s Club Honors Women In Leadership:

Susan Stames Hall is the Founder and Executive Director of The Angel’s Depot, whose mission is to provide free emergency meal boxes to older Americans living in poverty in San Diego County.

4/22/12 North County Times / Home / Lifestyles / Social Scene: Seniors benefit from St. Pat’s Party

St. Patrick's Day has become kick-off day for the annual SOS campaign of Angel's Depot. SOS stands for Save Our Seniors, and it is what the Depot and its founder, Susan Hall, have been aiming to do since the program started in 2006.

The Angel's Depot collects foods for "Senior Food-for-a-Week 21-Meal Emergency Food Boxes," packs them, and distributes them through senior centers, churches, nonprofits assisting seniors and government agencies that provide senior programs throughout San Diego County.

Seniors qualifying for the boxes live on an average income of $791 per month.

This year, the kick-off party was March 16 in the Angel's Depot's new and larger warehouse and box packing area in the Vista Technology Center.

A Save Our Senior mailing went out around the first of March soliciting donations of $25 (the cost of one box) or more. The mailing included the invitation to the St. Patrick's Day celebration, and about 75 people came to enjoy corned beef and cabbage, rich chocolate cake, and other forms of Irish cheer.

4/20/12 U-T San Diego: North County Names in the News

Assemblyman Martin Garrick (R-Carlsbad) recently named Susan Stames Hall, chief executive officer of The Angel’s Depot, as Woman of the Year for the 74th District. Susan Hall founded The Angel’s Depot in April 2005 in Vista to feed the elderly poor.

She developed a program to provide specially formulated, nonperishable, healthy food to those in need.

4/1/12 Garraick Gazette: April, 2012, Issue 04, Garrick Names Susan Hall of The Angels Depot "Woman of the Year"

Assemblyman Martin Garrick named Susan Stames Hall, Chief Executive Officer of The Angel's Depot, as his Woman of the Year for the 74th District. In an annual ceremony at the State Capitol Monday, March 26, California Legislators honored one woman from their district whose community involvement is deserving of special recognition.

"I am pleased to honor Susan Hall, a gifted leader of our community, as my 2012 Woman of The Year.
Susan's extraordinary inspiration and dedication in providing essential meals for 800,000 seniors through The Angel's Depot makes this tribute especially well deserved. Senior citizens in North County San Diego have benefitted greatly from Susan's tireless commitment to providing boxed nutritious food for those living in poverty," said Garrick.

Susan Hall founded The Angel's Depot April 2005 in Vista, to help alleviate hunger in her community's population of elderly poor. She developed the unique "Senior Food-for-a-Week" 21-Meal Emergency Food Box to provide specially formulated, nonperishable, healthy food for needy older Americans.

"I am humbled to be nominated as Woman of the Year by Assemblyman Garrick, however, I assure you it is my privilege to provide meals for seniors of the generations who fought wars, paid taxes and built this great country," said Susan Hall. "We call them our "quiet heroes" and I am honored to be the vehicle that raises community awareness of their needs."

4/1/12 Carlsbad Business Journal: Vol 29, No 4 – Page 3 – KUDOS to those who give back

KUDOS to Susan Hall, the founder and executive director of the Angel’s Depot, for being named the 2012 Woman of the Year by state Assemblyman Martin Garrick. Angel’s Depot provides free emergency meal boxes to older Americans living in poverty in San Diego County.

3/26/12 North County Times VISTA: Assemblyman picks Vista charity director as 2012 Woman of Year

Assemblyman Martin Garrick chose the founder of a Vista-based charity as his district's 2012 Woman of the Year in honor of her work to feed needy seniors. The winner, Susan Stames Hall, founded and runs Angel's Depot, a nonprofit that offers free emergency meal boxes to seniors throughout the region. Each of California's 80 assembly members select a Woman of the Year from his or her district and invite them to Sacramento for a resolution honoring their work on the assembly floor. Hall and the other winners were honored Monday. Angel's Depot has distributed 38,814 meal boxes containing nearly 800,000 meals since June 2006. Call staff writer Paul Sisson at (760) 901-4087. Follow me on twitter @nctpaulsisson.

3/24/12 Vista Magazine & Chamber of Commerce Business Directory – Pgs 52 & 53

They’re the proud generation who gave much and asked for little – who worked hard, paid their taxes, fought our wars and built this great country. And now many of them are hungry. Two volunteers sorting food cans and the Depot truck are pictured.

3/23/12 Media Advisory with Photo

Susan Hall named Woman of the Year in CA State Assembly District 74 by Assemblyman Martin Garrick

The Board of Directors of The Angel’s Depot is pleased to announce that Susan Stames Hall has been named “2012 Woman of the Year” by CA State Assemblyman Martin Garrick for her work as Founder and Executive Director of The Angel’s Depot, whose mission it is to provide FREE Emergency Meal Boxes to older Americans living in poverty in San Diego County. To date, The Angel’s Depot has distributed 38,037 senior emergency meal boxes, containing 798,777 senior meals, using 836,814 pounds of food, to needy seniors since June 2006, in 71 months of operation. The meal boxes are specially formulated to meet the nutritional needs of seniors suffering from food insecurity and who are at-risk for malnutrition. Food items given are high in protein, fiber, folates with moderate sugar. Meal boxes contain 21 meals, breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks and were developed to provide food security until a senior’s next Social Security check arrives. Seniors served by The Angel’s Depot have an average income of $791 per month.

The Angel’s Depot serves the following communities: Oceanside, Carlsbad, Encinitas, Vista, San Marcos, Escondido, Valley Center, Warner Springs, Ramona, El Cajon and San Diego Neighborhoods: Mira Mesa, Linda Vista, Kearny Mesa, Downtown, City Heights, Chollas View and San Ysidro.

Hall commented on her award: “I am humbled and honored to be acknowledged for all of our good work. No one deserves our help more than the generations who fought our wars, built this great country and passed on a legacy of freedom and hope to us. One person alone does not accomplish great feats . . . in our case, the Board of Directors, staff and a corps of volunteers numbering over 2,500 had a great deal to do with our successes. I am grateful to the community for stepping up to help and honored to serve our “quiet heroes.”

Hall will join Garrick on the floor of the State Assembly on Monday, March 26 to receive her award.

For further information on The Angel’s Depot, see their website at:
theangelsdepot.org. or call their office at (760) 599-7093.

Susan Hall can be reached at (760) 613-9996 – mobile or by email:
susanhall@theangelsdepot.org

Attached: Photograph of Susan Hall with a Senior Emergency Meal Box in The Angel’s Depot warehouse.

3/6/12 CONNECTIONS: Seniors resources

Angel's Depot
NORTH COUNTY ---- The Angel's Depot, which offers boxes of food for seniors, is at 1495 Poinsettia Ave., Suite 151, Vista. Call 760-599-7093 or visit theangelsdepot.org.

February is Soup & Beans Month at The Angel's Depot, and Westfield Plaza Camino Real will help collect food for local needy seniors by giving away a gift card with two free music downloads when you bring in any brand of soup or beans (10- to 15-ounce cans only). Bring your donation to the Westfield Management Office or Concierge, 2525 El Camino Real. Additional collection bins are in Sears. Limit of one music gift card per person, while supplies last. Each month, the Angel's Depot distributes 5,000 cans of soup or beans to needy seniors throughout San Diego County. Call 760-729-6183.

1/8/12 North  County Times – Social Scene, ANGEL’S DEPOT, Christmas ‘magic’ shines on benefit evening.

The Angel’s Depot celebrated the “Magic of Christmas” with a parade at their sixth annual Benefit Evening at the South Mesa Club Ballroom on Camp Pendleton.
The Stars and Stripes were paraded into the ballroom by the Vista Fire Department Color Guard, accompanied by San Diego Firefighters North County Pipes and Drums and 22 veterans of American’s conflicts, who were applauded by the 290 guests.

12/22/11 North  County Times – Front Page, continued in section: Money, A12, Block grant money to decrease.

Some social agencies to lose all funding – City officials have already warned that funding will be eliminated for an Angel’s Depot program, which provides meals to the elderly poor.

12/15/11 North  County Times – Page 9, Page 10, Page 34, Page 63 –Full Page add  - You can help sponsor a $25 Emergency Meal Box

Page 9, 10, 34: 2011 Holiday, a community of giving: The Angel’s Depot – A resource helping seniors is The Angel’s Depot, based in Vista.
Page 63: They are the generations who fought wars, paid taxes and built this Country. Today 50,000 of these “Quiet Heroes” live in poverty in San Diego County.

12/14/11 For Immediate Release

BluFi Lending Team Volunteers and Donates $5,000 to Support The Angel’s Depot and San Diego County Seniors
Mortgage company’s community outreach program, BluFi Cares, steps up for second year in a row
San Diego – December 15, 2011 – BluFi Lending, a direct lender for home loans, and its community outreach program, BluFi Cares, assembled 33 staff members at The Angel’s Depot  in Vista Tuesday to pack boxes of food to be distributed to San Diego County seniors living in poverty. BluFi, headquartered in Carlsbad, California, also donated $5,000 to help purchase food and supplies needed by The Angel’s Depot.

12/13/11 San Diego Buisness Jouirnal – Page 26 – ½ Page add  - You can help sponsor a $25 Emergency Meal Box

They are the generations who fought wars, paid taxes and built this Country. Today 50,000 of these “Quiet Heroes” live in poverty in San Diego County.

10/31/11 San Diego Buisness Jouirnal – Page 2 – ½ Page add  - The Magic of Christmas – Saturday – November 19th

A Benefit Evening for The Angel’s Depot – Featuring… Wartime Veteran’s March & Salute – Holiday LIVE Auction – Tickets $150 per person – Tables of 8 $1,000 - $5,000

10/9/11 North County Times – Business - VISTA: Business 'brewing' at chamber expo

The Vista Chamber of Commerce will hold its eighth annual "Business Is Brewing" business expo, featuring 10 local microbreweries, from 2 to 7 p.m. Oct. 12 in the Vista Business Park, 2560 Progress St. More than 125 vendors and 1,500 attendees are expected. Breweries include Stone, Mother Earth, Iron Fist, Backstreet, Lost Abbey and more. Cost is $10 for five tastes; bring ID. Proceeds benefit the Angel's Depot, a North County charity that helps low-income seniors. There will also be a raffle for an Amazon Kindle at 7 p.m. To register for free, visit vistachamber.org/vistabusinessexpo. For information, email info@vistachamber.org or call 760-726-1122.

Read more: http://www.nctimes.com/business/article_eaa78b11-a33a-5119-8835-47afdff3c0c6.html#ixzz1bH1lAejv

9/25/11 North County Times – Social Scene – Day at the Races a winner for Angel’s Depot

The Angel’s Depot supporters and some new friends gathered Aug. 12 at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club’s II Palio Room for the Day at the Races. The nearly 100 guests raised close to $5,300 at the annual “friendraiser”, thanks in good part to the Horse Box Opportunity Drawing. Last year’s total was $10,000, when the event had 148 guests.

9/4/11 North County Times – SOCIAL SCENE – Gold Diggers have a ducky time

Recent recipients of grants have been The Angel's Depot, Cancer Angels of San Diego, Conner's Cause for Children, North Coast Repertory Theatre and North County Health Services.

Read more: http://www.nctimes.com/lifestyles/relationships-and-special-occasions/article_660e23c3-897e-5e1a-ba65-94f1024d1482.html#ixzz1XxEe8Hx4

9/1/11 Carlsbad Business Journal

(SUSAN HALL PHOTO INCLUDED – Not shown) Nonprofit newsflash: Angel’s Depot founder up for AARP award The AARP Foundation has selected Susan Hall, founder of the Angel’s Depot in Vista, as one of five finalists in its national Hunger Hero contest for her work feeding seniors who live in poverty.

The winner of the award will receive AARP The Magazine Inspire Award in December 2011, and will be featured in the December/January 2012 issue of AARP The Magazine. Additionally, the winner’s charity will receive a $15,000 donation from the AARP Foundation to help the organization continue its work. The winner will be decided by votes on the website www.aarp.org/hungerhero. AARP membership is not needed to cast a vote, and individuals can vote daily until Sept. 24.

Voters on the website are asked to consider the number of people that an organization has served in the last two years, the inspirational aspect of the nominee’s story and the innovative nature of the work; the element of volunteerism and involvement of volunteers; and the replicability of the nominee’s work as they vote for a winner.

Hall, a Carlsbad resident who for many years worked as associate director of a domestic violence shelter in the county, first got the idea for Angel’s Depot when she read a newspaper article about the growing number of older adults living in poverty in the county.

She immediately called her contacts in government and other organizations and discovered that many elderly San Diegans do not seek help from churches or food banks because they are ashamed of their circumstance.

The result was Angel’s Depot, the nonprofit organization that provides 21-meal emergency food boxes to elderly San Diego residents on the third weekend of each month, usually the time of the month when seniors are hardest-hit by poverty.

“These seniors skip meals and doses of medication to survive between Social Security checks,” Hall said. “This simple 21-meal box was developed to meet the special nutritional needs of seniors suffering from food insecurity and malnutrition. The food choices are high in protein and fiber and moderate in sugar; they make breakfasts, lunches, dinners and snacks for one week.”

Today, the program, which Hall started out of her mother’s home in Carlsbad in 2005, distributes the boxes to 765 seniors in the community. By the end of this year, it expects to serve more than 1,000. The program relies on more than 5,000 local donors and volunteers.

Hall says that should she win the Hunger Hero award, the $15,000 prize would provide emergency meal boxes for 600 desperately poor seniors. “We’ve known for years that thousands of local seniors suffer in their fragile senior years and can no longer afford to live in the country they fought to defend,” she said. “It is really a tragedy.”

At the national level, 6 million older Americans face hunger, according to the AARP. The organization says it received hundreds of nominations for the Hunger Hero contest. Hall is the only finalist from California. Hall said she was shocked and humbled when she heard she was one of the five finalists.

Read online: http://www.carlsbad.org/EditionDetail.aspx?aid=2349

8/26/11 North County Times – Connections - Senior Resources

Angel's Depot NORTH COUNTY ---- The Angel's Depot, which offers boxes of food for seniors, is at 1495 Poinsettia Ave., Suite 151, Vista. Call 760-599-7093 or visit theangelsdepot.org. Read more:

http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/community/article_60f2551a-fa7f-55c2-a260-127afcc45efc.html#ixzz1XxCfk5HQ

8/25/11 Poway-Chieftan Ad

Rancho Be:rnardo/4S Ranch Digest-Aug. 25,2011 Food drive for seniors! Angel's Depot, which provides food for the elderly poor in San Diego County, is holding a food drive through Aug. 31.

Drop-off locations for non-perishable food include Albertsons and Chicken Pie Diner, both in the Target shopping center on Pomerado Road in Poway.

To make a financial contribution or become a partner, call Fern Wood-Mosley at 858-565-2499.

8/16/11 North County Times – Odyssey Food Drive Ad

8/5/11 North County Times – AARP gives nod to charity leader

The hard work by Susan Hall in establishing and growing The Angel's Depot senior hunger program is getting some attention.

Hall is one of five finalists nationally for the 2011 Hunger Hero Contest award, presented by the AARP Foundation. The contest recognizes individuals who through charities have demonstrated extraordinary work in the fight against senior hunger.

Hall established The Angel's Depot in May 2006 after reading a newspaper article that noted 50,000 senior citizens in San Diego County were living in poverty.

She created the senior food-for-a-week emergency food box, which provides 21 nutritionally balanced meals to low-income county residents over 60. The Vista-based agency now hands out boxes to 765 seniors a month.

Alta Farley, director of development and grant writer for The Angel's Depot, submitted a 3,000-plus word nomination of Hall, chronicling her accomplishments and those of the charity. Hall was shocked when she got word she was a finalist.

"It's wonderful to be nominated, The best part is that it is a wonderful first national exposure for The Angel's Depot and the senior food-for-a-week program," she said.

The contest winner will be selected partially through online voting at aarp.org/aarp-foundation ---- voting begins Monday. The winner will receive a trip to Washington, D.C., to attend the AARP Inspire Awards Gala, as well as a $15,000 donation from the foundation to his or her charity.

http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/columnists/frank/article_1f2db8c1-f283-5be1-97c6-91d7a7dde1f7.html

8/1/11 North County Times - OCEANSIDE: Hooping it up (with photos)

Regan Harper, 4, joins her sisters Kylah, 9, right, and Avery, 6, in a hula hoop contest Saturday during a benefit in Oceanside for Angel's Depot, which provides food for seniors in need around the county. The fundraiser was held at the Grocery Outlet, which donated food and drinks to the event for the expanding organization. http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/oceanside/article_f2906600-b72f-53d6-b701-b929955f9853.html

7/24/11 North County Times – SOCIAL SCENE: Heavenly night for Angels Depot

May 28 was a night of nostalgia for those who made it to the Moonlight Amphitheater in Vista. Gary Puckett was in town for a benefit concert for The Angels Depot, and to welcome people gathering for a megaclass reunion for 1960-1970 graduates of Vista High School.

Susan Hall, founder of The Angels Depot, which each month delivers a week's worth of food to approximately 800 seniors living in poverty in San Diego County, planned the event. The weekend celebration, which started with the Puckett concert, culminated Sunday in Wildwood Park, across the street from where the partygoers used to attend school.

North County Times writer Jeff Frank mentioned the reunion in his column, and Hall credits him with helping sell 571 tickets. More than $10,000 was earned for the Angels Depot.

Dave Mason (107.5 The Walrus), introduced Hall, who recalled the creation of The Angels Depot. "In 2005, I read an article that said 50,000 seniors live in poverty in San Diego County," she said. "I thought it was a misprint, so I contacted the county. They said, 'Actually, it's 50,000 that we know about. It's likely worse news.'"

She credits San Diego County, the Harrah's Foundation of Las Vegas and the Rincon Tribe with stepping up to get the Depot running. Almost 700,000 pounds of food have been given away since the Depot began, but Hall says, "We have 50,000 seniors to feed in this community and we've got a ways to go."

Assemblyman Martin Garrick came to spend the evening. "I'm here because of the Angels Depot," he said. "This is one of our favorite charities."

Patrick Hanifin, the winner of a Central Coast Comedy Contest, kept the audience laughing at the beginning of the show.

Those attending the concert saw a professional, high-spirited show. Puckett and his backup group ---- Mike Candito, Jamie Hilboldt and Woody Lingle ---- rendered the hits "Lady Willpower," "Woman, Woman" "Over You," and ended with "Young Girl," asking the audience to sing along.

"I'm very pleased to be a part of this," said Puckett. "This (performing) is what we do. But when we get to be involved with someone like Susan who is so organized and has a great cause, I'm happy to be involved."

In the audience were Jane Garrick, Oceanside Councilman Jack Feller, Dale Ganzow, Karen Marquardt, Al Pfeltz, Marty Goldman, Jameson Blake, Janet Christiansen, Suzanne Vanlancker, Edna Young, Wayne Zych, Kate Saart, Russ Machus, Sue Hoffman, Ron Putrick, Cathy Zych, Paul Hinrichs, Diane Weaver Miller, Helga Hinrichs Weickgenant, Joe and Barbara Barreras, Jeanette Hayward Myers, Mary Lou Hayward, and Debbie Hayward Rogers. http://www.nctimes.com/lifestyles/relationships-and-special-occasions/article_fb29a2d3-8bb3-52b5-a717-eebcb840e876.html

6/30/11
North County Times – Vista Women’s Club holds donation day, non-profits honored and listed. http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/community/article_267d0c53-f6c5-5ecf- a28a-00e7777538c8.html

6/17/11
San Marcos Senior bowling tourney slated
The Angel's Depot, Mike Lopez, The Guadalupe Charitable Trust and AMF Eagle Lanes in San Marcos will hold a Seniors Doubles Bowling Tournament for ages 55 and older
at 11:30 a.m. June 23 at 945 W. San Marcos Blvd. Cost is $30 per team. Cash prizes and gift bags will be awarded. Email volunteer4us@theangelsdepot.org or call 760-599-7093.
http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/community/article_7044b5e7-7e5a-5212-a6e8-df19def9264c.html#ixzz1RpCDc9BO

6/10/11
CW San Diego 6 – San Diego Living – Segment on The Angel’s Depot and
the Rock-N-Blues BBQ

6/08/11
North County Times – Local News – San Marcos -- BBQ festival promises spiced up fare and tunes -- A portion of food proceeds will benefit Angel's Depot, a food bank for low-income seniors in San Diego County, Cronin said, and beer sales will be shared between the chamber and San Marcos' recreation department. http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/san-marcos/article_113f53e2-6b2b-521f-b372-47979c7cd12f.html

6/05/11
North County Times – Go – San Marcos hosts music and BBQ fest – The city of San Marcos and Allen's Wrench are hosting the third annual Rock, Blues and Barbecue Festival, featuring an all-day lineup of local bands, a beer and wine garden for adults and a barbecue for all ages. The fundraiser will benefit the local charity Angel's Depot. http://www.nctimes.com/entertainment/attractions/article_0a04b3da-198f-57c7-b87f-c8210b580e6f.html

5/29/11
North County Times – Local News – Vista – Strawberry Festival celebrates city, its famous fruit – Also on Saturday, classic rocker Gary Puckett performed at the Moonlight Amphitheatre to benefit The Angel's Depot, a Vista-based nonprofit that gives food to seniors. http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/vista/article_c6870211-a8f8-5673-a154-dc187acf9647.html

5/27/11
North County Times – Jeff Frank – Big-time reunion planned for Vista – For those former Panthers looking for an added bit of nostalgia from their high school days, Gary Puckett, Hall's stepbrother, performs a benefit concert for the Angel's Depot at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Moonlight Amphitheater. Call 760-724-2110. http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/columnists/frank/article_cc86ded7-3ed0-5ffb-9c18-4f6b8ff7479f.html

5/26/11
Californian – Concerts Calendar for May 26 to June 1, 2011 – Gary Puckett --- - The former Union Gap frontman will present a benefit concert for The Angel's Depot with comedian Patrick Hanifin and Walrus 105.7 radio host Dave Mason; 7:30 p.m. Saturday; Moonlight Amphitheatre, Brengle Terrace Park, 1200 Vale Terrace Drive, Vista; $20-$50; 760-724-2110 or vistixonline.com.

5/25/11
North County Times – Preview – Puckett offers benefit concert at Vista amphitheater – Puckett is traveling from his home in Florida to perform because the concert is raising money for The Angel's Depot, an organization that brings a week's worth of food to needy seniors. The organization is run by Susan Stames Hall, who is Puckett's stepsister http://www.nctimes.com/entertainment/music/article_41abd5eb-b707-5a31- 9c6e-a635f5be7300.html

5/25/11
North County Times – Preview – Clubs and Concerts Calendar – Gary Puckett ---- The former Union Gap frontman will present a benefit concert for The Angel's Depot with comedian Patrick Hanifin and Walrus 105.7 radio host Dave Mason; 7:30 p.m. May 28; Moonlight Amphitheatre, Brengle Terrace Park, 1200 Vale Terrace Drive, Vista; $20-$50; 760-724-2110 or vistixonline.com.

5/22/11
North County Times – Local News – Vista – Two-day Strawberry Festival kicks off Saturday in Vista. – On Saturday night, classic rocker Gary Puckett will perform at 7:30 p.m. at the Moonlight Amphitheatre to benefit The Angel's Depot, a Vista-based nonprofit that gives food to seniors. http://www.nctimes.com/entertainment/attractions/article_9e0cd91c-d2ef- 582a-8cc1-52165923ccfb.html

5/18/11
North County Times – Local News – Vista – REGION: Strawberry Festival more than a street fair – On Saturday night, classic rocker Gary Puckett will perform at 7:30 p.m. at the Moonlight Amphitheater to benefit The Angel's Depot, a Vista-based nonprofit that gives food to seniors. Puckett, the frontman for the 1960s rock band Gary Puckett and the Union Gap, sang hits including "Young Girl" and "Woman Woman." Tickets for the concert are available at www.vistixonline.com. Tickets range from $20 to $50.

5/17/11
North County Times – Local News – Vista – Employee Honored At Store Opening: During the grand opening of the Walmart Superstore on University Avenue I Vista, store manager John Erickson and Walmart Community Representative Frances Cruz presented a $1,000 donation to the Angel’s Depot, which provides food packages to seniors in need. Pictured are Angel’s Depot program manager Noah Donaldson, left, Erickson and Cruz. The contribution was also done in memory of Vista Walmart employee Lydia Bustos, an Angel’s Depot founding board member who passed away last year. Call 760-599-7093.

5/15/11
North County Times – Preview Section – ¼ page ad - Gary Puckett in Concert Saturday, May 28th at 7:30pm – Moonlight Amphitheatre – Tickets $50 - $20 – Visitixonline.com – 760-724-2110

5/14/11
North County Times – Preview Section – ¼ page ad - Gary Puckett in Concert Saturday, May 28th at 7:30pm – Moonlight Amphitheatre – Tickets $50 - $20 – Visitixonline.com – 760-724-2110

5/12/11
North County Times – Preview Section – ¼ page ad - Gary Puckett in Concert Saturday, May 28th at 7:30pm – Moonlight Amphitheatre – Tickets $50 - $20 – Visitixonline.com – 760-724-2110

5/8/11
North County Times – A9 – 1/8 Page ad – Pepsi refresh project – YOU Can Help - WIN $50,000 by VOTING Online every day in MAY! www.refresheverything.com’feedseniors2011

5/3/11
Here is the link to our Pepsi video on YouTube. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HQuqscMVmw

4/24/11
North County Times – Lifestyles – SOCIAL SCENE: Senior nutrition gets a boost: VISTA ---- The kickoff of the Angel's Depot Third Annual S.O.S. (Saving Our Seniors) campaign fell on March 17 ---- so the charity threw a St. Patrick's Day party. By 4:30 that Thursday afternoon, the first of 100 people made their way to the Angel's Depot headquarters at the Vista Technology Center, where the senior food boxes are packed. They found waiting for them a corned beef and cabbage buffet, a bit of green beer and a green and white iced chocolate cake garnished with chocolate mint ice cream.

4/12/11
North County Times – Local News – San Diego County – REGION: North County youth, arts groups to benefit from grants – More than $300,000 in grants awarded Tuesday by the San Diego County Board of Supervisors. $7,541 to the Angel’s Depot for cardboard meal boxes, office chairs for volunteers, food bags, equipment carts, warehouse heat fans, deck racks, and rolling bins for their emergency program to feed elderly.

4/2/11
North County Times – Local News – Escondido – REGION: Shrinking federal grants threaten the poor - Cities, agencies in limbo --- The social service portion of the block grants has been particularly difficult for cities and agencies to coordinate this year because of uncertainty created by the federal budget stalemate. The uncertainty has been particularly hard on social service agencies that receive block grant funds, said Taj Wood, grant coordinator for a senior citizen meals program called The Angel's Depot. "This puts organizations like us in total limbo," Wood said last week. "The cities have no idea how much they can promise us." Wood said the cuts and uncertainty have made it particularly difficult to persuade cities to start giving money to The Angel's Depot, which has rapidly increased the number of people it serves each week to 765. The Depot receives funding from Oceanside and Vista, but would like to add Escondido, Wood said. "We've served a lot of seniors in Escondido for a long time, but it's difficult to get new money when cities are getting less money, and they're not even sure how much they'll get," he said. Call staff writer David Garrick at 760-740-5468.

4/1/11
Vista Chamber of Commerce spring business directory – Page 57 – Full Page add for the Vista Strawberry Festival – 1/5 Page dedicated for Concert with Gary Puckett Band on Saturday, May 28 at Moonlight Amphitheatre benefiting The Angels Depot.

4/1/11
North County Times – Local Section – Community News – CARLSBAD ---- Teachers hear Angel's Depot talk - The North Coastal Retired Teachers Association hosted Taj Wood from the Angel's Depot in Vista at a recent meeting held in Carlsbad. Wood explained the Angel's Depot's goals of feeding low-income seniors with boxes of healthy food delivered on a monthly basis. Volunteer opportunities are available to people of all ages.

2/25/11
North County Times – Local Section – Community News – CARLSBAD ---- Businesses unite for a Day of Giving Back: The scene in the large warehouse Friday morning at Life Technologies in Carlsbad resembled Santa's elves working hard and preparing to go out and make the world a happier place. The charity projects included decorating and stuffing bags for the assistance group Feeding America, a food donation drive for Angel's Depot, the planting of a community garden, and projects raising awareness for the nonprofits Kids for Peace, Casa de Amparo, the American Cancer Society and the Mitchell Thorp Foundation."The results were incredible," Grimes said at the end of the day. "We had more than 400 people on site and at the other locations combined. We finished all of the projects we intended." "This will become an annual event, and we'll see it growing more each year,"

2/25/11
North County Times – Local Section – Community News – CARLSBAD ---- The local chapter of the Retired Teachers Association will host Barbara Dunn and Maureen Simons of the Assistance League North Coast at 11 a.m. Feb. 28 at St. Michael's Episcopal Church, 2775 Carlsbad Blvd. Dunn and Simons will present a video and talk about the organization's 12 philanthropic programs that help underserved children and families in Carlsbad, Oceanside and Vista. ALNC also operates a thrift shop in Oceanside. Also, Taj Wood will discuss the volunteer opportunities available at the Angel's Depot in Vista. Information about retirees' insurance issues and pending legislation concerning teachers will be discussed. All retired teachers are encouraged to attend. The luncheon costs $12. Reserve at 760-448-5278 or 760-722-2286.

02/11/11
North County Times – Local Section – Local Columnists - Jeff Frank: Souped up: The race is on at the Angel’s Depot. The Vista-based nonprofit, which provides emergency food packages for seniors, has tabbed February as Soup ‘n Beans Contest Month. The depot is challenging adult groups and companies to gather soup in 10.75-ounce cans and baked beans or pork n’ beans in 16.5-ounce cans. They must deliver them to the depot, 1495 Poinsettia Ave., Suite 151, by the end of the month. The winning group will receive 10 tickets to Angel’s Day at the Races at the Del Mar racetrack and a handmade Soup n’ Beans trophy. Already, 37 groups are participating in the food drive, up from last year, when 16,726 cans were collected. The goal this year is 20,000.

12/20/10
San Diego Business Journal (Page 39), – Corporate Philanthropy - ¼ Page add – They fought our wars, paid taxes, built this country, and left us a legacy of freedom and hope. Yet today, 50,000 of these “quiet heros” or their widows, live in poverty in San Diego County.

12/18/10
North County Times – Local Section – Charles Carr - (Page B3) – Mouse click could mean $50,000 for needy seniors – It may seem incredible, but it’s true: The person whose mouse click pushes the relief organization the Angel’s Depot onto Pepsi.com’s Refresh Project (www.pepsi.com) top 10 charities of the month will win the organization $50,000.

12/12/10
North County Times – Local Section – Community News – Pala Community announces donation total – PALA ----The Pala Band of Mission Indians, through its Pala Community Giving Program, has provided more the $2.2 million is support of a variety of organizations to include The Angel’s Depot.

12/6/10
San Diego Business Journal (Page A30), – Corporate Philanthropy - ¼ Page add – They fought our wars, paid taxes, built this country, and left us a legacy of freedom and hope. Yet today, 50,000 of these “quiet heros” or their widows, live in poverty in San Diego County.

11/26/10
North County Times – Local Section – Local Columnists / Jeff Frank – Bottom line has a nice feel for agency – The fifth time was definitely a charm for The Angel’s Depot, which celebrated a “fabulous evening” at its fifth annual “Dancing the Night Away” gala at Harrah’s Rincon Casino & Resort. So exclaimed Susan Hall, executive director of the Vista-based agency, after tallying the receipts from the Saturday fundraiser and coming up with more than $40,000. “That’s more than we’ve netted since 2007. That’s the first time since we’ve approached $40,000,” she said. A sellout crowd of about 280 and a lucrative auction helped the bottom line.

11/19/10
North County Times – Local Section – Local Columnists / Jeff Frank – Dancing and more: The Angel's Depot has a big night planned Saturday, with a near-capacity crowd expected for its fifth annual Dancing the Night Away gala at Harrah's Rincon Casino & Resort. Before the dancing begins, the 280-plus guests will enjoy dinner and a little comedy from emcee Russ T. Nailz and auctioneer Joe Bradley, who can really work the crowd, said Susan Hall, executive director for the Vista-based agency that provides food packages for older adults in need. Also on the evening's itinerary is the presentation of 11 awards to individuals and groups who advocate for seniors in the community. A few seats remain for the event, which begins at 6 p.m. Tickets are $100 and available at 760-599-7093.

11/8/10
San Diego Business Journal (Page A45), – ½ Page add. - Dancing the Night Away! – ALL STAR CREW … November 20 … Harrah’s Rincon Casino & Resort – Elegant Dinner … Holiday LIVE Auction … Dancing ‘til Midnight … A Benefit for The Angel’s Depot … Feeding Our Local Elderly Poor.

11/1/10
San Diego Business Journal (Page A45), – ½ Page add. - Dancing the Night Away! – ALL STAR CREW … November 20 … Harrah’s Rincon Casino & Resort – Elegant Dinner … Holiday LIVE Auction … Dancing ‘til Midnight … A Benefit for The Angel’s Depot … Feeding Our Local Elderly Poor.

10/25/10
San Diego Business Journal (Page A45), – ½ Page add. - Dancing the Night Away! – ALL STAR CREW … November 20 … Harrah’s Rincon Casino & Resort – Elegant Dinner … Holiday LIVE Auction … Dancing ‘til Midnight … A Benefit for The Angel’s Depot … Feeding Our Local Elderly Poor.

10/15/10
North County Times – Daily Briefing (A4) – 3 inch X 3 inch Advertisement – ROCKIN’ Rummage Sale – Saturday, October 16 – 10:00 – 2:00 p.m. – San Marcos Senior Center – 111 W. Richmar Ave., San Marcos – CRAIG’S BAND playin’ Oldies! – SHOPPIN’ * ROCKIN’ * EATIN’

10/13/10
Valley Roadrunner, Section A10, ¼ Page Add. – ROCKIN’ RUMMAGE SALE! – Saturday, October 16 - 10am-2pm – San Marcos Senior Center – 111 W. Richmar Ave : San Marcos – Rent a Parking space to sell - YOUR items – just $20 – with – CRAIG’S BAND playin’ Oldies! Shoppin * Rockin’ * Eatin’

10/12/10
Craigslist – North SD County - Events – Rockin’ Rummage Sale (San Marcos Senior Center) – It’s SHOPPIN’ ROCKIN’ EATIN’ at our ROCKIN’ RUMMAGE SALE on Saturday, October 16, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the San Marcos Senior Center.

10/8/10
Pennysaver – ROCKIN’ RUMMAGE SALE! – Saturday, October 16th, 10:00AM-2:00PM. Great Buys! CRAIG’S BAND palyin’ Oldies! Burgers, Dogs, Ice Cream. FREE Admission. Info? 760-599-7093. *San Marcos Senior Center* 111 West Richmar Avenue.

9/12/10
North County Times – Perspective Section – Social Scene (E6) - DEL MAR -- Supporters of Angel's Depot based in Vista enjoyed "Twilight Racing" in the late afternoon of Aug. 13 in the Il Palio Room of the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club. Apparently, few of the 148 guests considered that Friday the 13th an unlucky day, because betting went on throughout the event, accompanied by the usual whoops, cheers and groans that indicate money has been wagered on horseflesh. But not all available funds were earmarked for bets. Angel's Depot ended the day with an additional $10,000 to feed the elderly poor in San Diego County. This doubled the total of $5,000 for last year's "Day at the Races."

8/17/10
Union Tribune Local Section – Obituaries (B5) – Volunteer Devoted to Causes for Seniors, Students, Military – Whether she was preparing care packages for troops, raising money to feed low-income seniors or promoting programs for at-risk students, Lydia Bustos was devoted to her favorite causes, and she had many.

8/13/10
North County Times – Local Section – Obituaries (B5) – Remembering Lydia Bustos – Oceanside woman helped many causes - Most volunteers have a hand in one or two causes. But not Lydia Bustos; she did it all. Babies, battered women, children, the elderly, the military and young athletes were among many of the people helped by Bustos' vast list of volunteer work.

8/10/10
North County Times – Local Section – Obituaries (B5) – Lydia Bustos, 62 passed away Saturday, July 31 2010, at Palomar Medical Center. She was born on Dec 21 1947 to parents, Salvador and Maria Duarte in Yuma, Arizona. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to any of her favorite charities: THE ANGEL'S DEPOT www.theangelsdepot.org

8/9/10
San Diego Business Journal (page 2), “Angels Day at the Races” Join us in the luxurious II Palio Room in the legendary Del Mar Turf Club…for “Twilight Racing” with Post Time at 4:00 p.m….FREE Concert after Races. Tickets $60 per person. To make reservations call (760) 599-7093.

8/2/10
San Diego Business Journal (page 49), “Angels Day at the Races” Join us in the luxurious II Palio Room in the legendary Del Mar Turf Club…for “Twilight Racing” with Post Time at 4:00 p.m….FREE Concert after Races. Tickets $60 per person. To make reservations call (760) 599-7093.

7/27/10
North County Times – Local Section – Community News – Angel’s Depot needs volunteers to help sort food from 9 to 11 a.m. July 29 at 1495 Poinsettia Ave., Suite 151. Call 760-599-7093 or e-mail volunteer4us@theangelsdepot.org or visit theangelsdepot.org.

7/18/10
North County Times – Local Section – Community News - OCEANSIDE: The Oceanside Newcomers & Friends recently presented checks to three local charities at a meeting in May. Pictured are Vicki Squires, left, club treasurer; Noah Donaldson, The Angels Depot and Carol Elsasser, club president.

7/14/10
North County Times – Local Section (B1) - Pala Casino and reservation quickly filled food boxes during a friendly challenge with Rincon Harrah's Casino and reservation. Each team filled 275 food boxes with the winner, Pala Casino, filling them in 18 minutes and 15 seconds. Online Video: http://www.nctimes.com/news/local/vista/article_e8bc6ffe- b906-53f6-81c9-7d9b4519062a.html?mode=video

7/5/10
Union Tribune – Sign On San Diego Website – “San Diego Can Sing!” residents who are at least 16 years of age. Entry Fee $200. First Prize: Universal Music Group Letter + $5,000 + Trophy. Second Prize: $2,000.

6/30/10
North County Times – Local Section – Community News – OCEANSIDE: Foundation looks at city’s hunger problem. Susan Hall, CEO of Angels Depot, which gives food to over 500 seniors a month in the county, said that it is hard to find donations that can be relied on every month.

6/25/10 North County Times – Local Section – Community News - VISTA ---- The Angel's Depot needs six volunteers to help sort socks to be inserted in food boxes from 9 to 11 a.m. June 25 at 1495 Poinsettia Ave., Suite 151. Call 760- 599-7093 or e-mail volunteer4us@theangelsdepot.org or visit theangelsdepot.org.

6/10/10
North County Times, Entertainment Section, Preview Page 14, Calendar, AUDITIONS – “San Diego Can Sing” – Local singers are invited to enter Angel’s Depot’s upcoming singing competition that will take place over four Mondays beginning June 21.

5/30/10
North County Times, Lifestyles, Social Scene, VISTA - It's affectionately called "Donation Day in May" by the members of the Woman's Club of Vista, who once a year dispense monetary grants to help area nonprofits with their missions. Organizations receiving checks were Angel Depot.

5/27/10
North County Times, Entertainment Section, Preview Page 2 and 22, BACKSTAGE – A singing competition with a $5,000 cash prize will begin next month at the Del Mar Hilton. “San Diego Can Sing!” being produced by the Vista based charity Angel’s Depot are seeking submissions to compete in the singing contest.

4/11/10
North County Times, Social Scene Section (D8), VISTA – Angel’s Depot exceeds $25,000 goal. A bird’s eye view of the Angels – that’s what about 40 guests got to see in Vista on March 18.

4/1/10
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B4), Feeling “souper”: The Soup N Beans Contest trophy is in possession of the Pala Casino Spa & Resort. Pala workers brought 6,077 cans of food to top 27 other teams from San Diego-area businesses and schools to win the fourth annual contest to collect food for the Angel’s Depot.

3/19/10
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B2), Help needed with bulk mailing – VISTA – The Angel’s Depot will offer a volunteer opportunity to assist in bulk mailing ant time of the day 9am to 5pm March 22.

3/13/10
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B2), Meal program focus of event – VISTA – Angel’s Depot will host “S.O.S. (Save Our Seniors) Pledge Campaign” from 5 to 6:30 p.m. March 18.

3/4/10
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B2), Angel’s Depot seeks volunteers – VISTA – The Angel’s Depot will have volunteer opportunities for food sorting for the first 12 volunteers who respond from 9 to 11a.m. March 4 at 1495 Poinsettia Ave., Suite 151. Call 760-599-7093.

3/1/10
Carlsbad Business Journal – Page 19 – NRG Energy, Inc. Applauds Community Groups, Angel’s Depot Picture – 2nd down on left had side of the page.

2/22/10
Vista Chamber of Commerce – Email – Weekly Coming Events – HR in the AM section – The Angel’s Depot Logo is above the sponsors this month.

2/17/10
Valley Roadrunner, SHORTS - Section A4 – Throw down benefits local senior citizens. The winner was Anderson Direct Marketing, finishing in just over 21 minutes; finishing in a close second was Rincon with a total time of 27 minutes. The winning team received the perpetual Winners’ Trophy. The loser elected to provide The Depot with 550 cans of roast beef and gravy for the next packing rather than taking the winner to dinner.

2/16/10
February is Soup’n Beans Contest Month! - You can help our local seniors in need by collecting canned SOUP and BEANS for their emergency meal boxes. For more information, go to: www.theangelsdepot.org

2/10/10
You Tube – The Angel’s Depot is a small non-profit organization dedicated to alleviating hunger and malnutrition to an estimated 50,000 seniors living in poverty in San Diego County. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u5aY3kt6r2g

2/10/10
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B3), SPEEDY DELIVERY, Anderson Direct Marketing rush to fill 275 boxes of food for senior citizens as they compete against a team from the Rincon Indian tribe in a meal-packing challenge at the Angel’s Depot in Vista on Tuesday.

2/9/10
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B2), Angel’s Depot offers seniors food. CARLSBAD – The Angel’s Depot is offering the monthly “Senior Food-for-a-Week” 21 –Meal Emergency Box free to Carlsbad senior residents whose incomes are $950 or less per month.

2/5/10
The Coast News – Section B9 - Seniors may qualify for daily meal, CARLSBAD — Angel’s Depot wants to make all its senior citizens aware of a special lunch program.

12/28/09
San Diego Business Journal (page 133), S.O.S. Campaign, For $25 each month YOU can sponsor a “Senior Food-for-a-Week” 21-Meal Emergency Box for a needy senior with income of $950 or less per month.

12/25/09
North County Times, Local Section, Jeff Frank's Column, "A Full Year's Worth of Holiday Wishes . . . Susan Hall looks out for so many."

12/22/09
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B2), Service providing meals for seniors. VISTA – The Angel’s Depot has launched a “Senior Brown Box” service that provides meals to seniors. The boxes of meals cost $30. Call 760-599-7093 or visit theangelsdepot.org.

12/12/09
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B2), VISTA – The Angel’s Depot has launched its “Senior Brown Box” service, which provides meals for seniors. Boxes of food are available from 9am to 5:30pm weekdays at the Angel’s Depot, 1495 Poinsettia Ave., Suite 151.

12/7/09
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B2), VISTA – The Angel’s Depot, which offers boxed lunches for seniors, is a 1495 Poinsettia Ave., Suite 151, Vista. Call 760-599-7093 or visit theangelsdepot.org.

12/4/09
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B2), The Angel’s Depot recently received a $150,000 contribution of $50,000 a year for three years from California Wellness Foundation, a California health foundation.

11/24/09
You Tube – Nov 2009 Grand Prize A Big Heart (Entry #3) – Al Pfeltz - By Simon Hogan of Vista CA. This short doc was entered into Reel Insight’s November 2009 contest. “The Most Generous Person I Know.” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jRCD5jSunYc

11/23/09
San Diego Business Journal (page A22), 16th Annual Women Means Business Honorees on 27 October 2009. Picture of Janet Beronio is far left hand side 3rd one down.

11/19/09
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B6), Family Ties Lend Star Power to Benefit. The Angel’s Depot had inside track when it came to finding an act for its benefit concert and gala on Saturday. Susan Hall is stepsister of six-time gold record performer Gary Puckett. “Its going to be a spectacularly fun evening” Hall said. Tickets cost $125.

11/16/09
San Diego Business Journal (page A30), 1/2 Page bottom add for Gary Pucket Concert & Dinner with Comedy of Steve Kelley, ONE NIGHT ONLY, Saturday, November 21, Harrah’s Rincon Casino & Resort.

11/15/09
North County Times, ¼ Page add bottom left corner for Gary Pucket Concert & Dinner with Comedy of Steve Kelley, ONE NIGHT ONLY, Saturday, November 21, Harrah’s Rincon Casino & Resort.

11/12/09
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B6), Congratulations to the men and women being honored by the North County Philanthropy Council at the California Center for the Arts, Escondido. First Picture is The Angel’s Depot 2009 volunteer of the year Master Sergeant Danny Attilio.

11/9/09
San Diego Business Journal (page A15), ¼ Page add bottom right corner for Gary Pucket Concert & Dinner with Comedy of Steve Kelley, ONE NIGHT ONLY, Saturday, November 21, Harrah’s Rincon Casino & Resort.

10/6/09
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B1), Rincon Band of Mission Indians has donated $386,000 so far this year to local non-profit organizations. $51,500 to The Angel’s Depot to pay for meals for seniors.

9/27/09
North County Times, Social Scene section (E8), Angels enjoy day at races, raise $5K, The Angel’s Depot had a “friend raiser” at the Del Mar Thoroughbred Club on Aug 5, raising $5,000 from 100 people who attended.

9/26/09
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B1), Funds cut for Senior Food Program. Memo last week state had axed funding for Brown Bag Program. State funding dropped from $24,000 in 2008 to $21,000 in 2009 before being cut altogether.

9/22/09
North County Times, Local Section, Community News (B5), The Angel’s Depot launched the “Senior Brown Box” Service, which provides meals to seniors free of charge for a donation of $30.

8/3/09
San Diego Business Journal (page 33). Angel’s Day at the Races – Lunch in the Turf Club advertisement, $100 per person, Festivities start at 12:00 noon, Lunch served at 1:00pm, Prize drawings after each race. Call for reservations.

8/2/09
North County Times, Advertisement section (page A13). Angel’s Day at the Races – Enjoy a luxurious afternoon lunch in the Del Mar Turf Club’s II Palio Room! $100 per person, please call 760-599-7093 for reservations.

7/27/09
San Diego Business Journal (page 50). Angel’s Day at the Races – Lunch in the Turf Club advertisement, $100 per person, Festivities start at 12:00 noon, Lunch served at 1:00pm, Prize drawings after each race. Call for reservations.

7/23/09
The Paper, The Social Butterfly section, Page 7, Angel’s Depot Plans “Day at the Races” Fundraiser. Event includes Lunch at Del Mar Turf Club II Patio Room and prize drawings after each race. Call for tickets, dress code, and additional information. Article then describes are mission and SOS campaign.

7/9/09
North County Times, Local-Grants section B6, Tri-City Medical Center annual grants awarded to19 non-profit organizations totaling $300,000. Included in the list is Angel’s Depot senior food-for-a-week, $10,000.

6/21/09
Union-Tribune, Local News, Talk of the Town section, S.O.S. campaign, 500 boxes of nonperishable food to seniors with monthly incomes of less than $950. Goal is to get at least 1000 people to contribute $25 each month. Each box of food cost $25. We have high hopes that this will be successful.

6/5/09
Valley Roadrunner, Lifecycles section, On May 12th Rincon Band of Luiseno Indians Tribal Council member Steve Stallings delivered a check for $50,000, the second of three-year installment to The Angel’s Depot of Vista. 20 members of H.E.R.O set packing record of 510 boxes in 46 minutes.

5/24/09
North County Times, Local section, Listing under Community News, on 5 May 2009 – Oceanside Newcomers and Friends Vice Pres Carol Elsasser presented checks $225 each to Military Outreach Ministry Camp Pendleton, The Angel’s Depot, and Women’s Resource Center of Oceanside.

5/7/09
North County Times, Jeff Frank’s column page B-6, part of a paragraph noting that the Poway letter carriers have pledged to donate the food they collect during Saturday’s “Stamp Out Hunger” food drive to The Angel’s Depot and an explanation of what we do.

3/25/09
North County Times, Ad for Save Our Seniors (S.O.S.) pledge

3/8/09
North County Times, Local Section, Listing under Community News about The Broken Yolk to host an Irish Buffet to benefit The Angel’s Depot.

2/26/09
North County Times, Local Section, Jeff Frank’s Column, page B-4, Night Out – five paragraphs about Café Date Night at the Broken Yolk as a fund- raising event in support of The Angel’s Depot.

2/20/09
The Coast News, page 3, Bianca Kaplanek – Café Date Nites support local low-income seniors – with picture of people attending event.

1/20/09
North County Times, Local Front Page, Jeff Frank’s Column, article on 15 new volunteers from volunteer opportunity posting on President Obama’s call to national service website: usaservice.org

1/18/09
North County Times, Social Scene, over ½ page of Gala color photos of Attendees and article on Gala outcome - significant column inches!

12/2008
SHRM (Society of Human Resource Managers) Magazine “RESOURCE” Front Cover story about their Annual Luncheon TAD; they also did a food drive and committed $5,500.

12/19/09
The Coast News, Front Page, Color Photo of Lancer Dancers performing at the “Greatest Generation’s HOLIDAY Affair” and story by Gideon Marcus.

12/17/08
North County Times, Local Front Page, Jeff Frank Column, article on the outcome of the 3rd Annual “Greatest Generation’s HOLIDAY Affair” Gala

12/2008
Escondido Chamber of Commerce, Business Advocate: Photo and article on TAD senior food and the upcoming December 13th Gala.

11/27/08
North County Times, Local Section, Carlsbad Dance Center, collects food for the Angel’s Depot, Story & Photo.

11/06/08
North County Times, Local Section, Announcement of North County Charity Volunteers of the year. Barbara Barreras was recognized as The Angel’s Depot ‘2008 Volunteer of Year’.

10/23/08
North County Times, Local Section, Rincon Tribe Charitable Donations, The Angel’s Depot Recognized.

10/19/08
Today’s Local News, Local Section, Rincon Tribe Donation Story & Photo

10/17/08
North County Times, Community News, Rummage Sale

09/11/08
North County Times, Community News, Photo w/Caption, The Angel’s Depot welcomes new “21 Club” Auxiliary Members.

09/02/08
North County Times, Community News, Photo w/Caption, Oceanside Newcomers check presentation for $350 to TAD.

08/03/08
North County Times, Community News, Photo w/Caption, San Luis Rey Rotary Club awards TAD $1,000 (Phil Auchter & Jamie Webb in photo).

07/20/08
North County Times, Jeff Frank's Column, "Agency Seeking Helpful Angels" Front Page of Local Section.

07/16/08
North County Times comp ad for "Angel's Day at the Races" in Sports Section.

07/18/08
Pennysaver Comp Ad - "Angel's Day at the Races!

06/17/08
North County Times, Community News, Tri-City Healthcare Grants article, TAD awarded $7,500.

06/13/08
North County Times, Community News, Barnstormin' BBQ photos & captions, children playing at Grandpa's Petting Zoo with animals and Chevy Blazer giveaway.

06/01/08
North County Times – Barnstormin' BBQ wrap up with Nitro Express Band photos (3 columns wide) and caption detailing BBQ activities.

06/13/08
North County Times, Community News, Subject- "Barnstorming BBQ raises funds for Angel's Depot, needy seniors."

06/01/08
North County Times, Community News, Subject - "Saturday Snapshots of North County" - Rocking out for the Angel's Depot, Barnstormin' BBQ.

05/14/08
Today's Local News (Union Tribune Publication), Subject - "Angel's Depot fights FEMA denial of food funding for seniors."

05/25/08
Craig’s List – Week of BBQ – BBQ Special Event Notice.

05/14/08
Today's Local News - TAD fighting for EFSP/FEMA Food, front page with color photo of Poway Letter Carrier's Food Drive; TAD being discriminated against according to Congressman Issa's Chief of Staff.

05/07/08
North County Times - TAD fighting for EFSP/FEMA Food, front page of Local Section with color photo of Susan Hall in Depot; TAD being discriminated against according to Congressman Issa's Chief of Staff.

05/06/08
North County Times - Susan Hall Editorial - Senior Citizens living in poverty deserve EFSP/FEMA food; EFSP San Diego Local Board awarding food unfairly.

05/2008
Monthly Kiwanis District Newsletter for California, Nevada, Hawaii to all Kiwanis Club members in 3 states; article with logo submitted by TAD Board Member George Francis (past Lt. Gov. of this Region).

03/30/08
North County Times, Community News, “Oceanside Civitans collect food for the Angels Depot low income seniors.”

02/07/08
San Diego Union-Tribune, Community News, “Susan Stames Hall will speak at the next meeting of Soroptimist International.”

02/05/08
North County Times, Community News, “Angel’s Depot needs Volunteers” Volunteers are needed to join the “21 club” Auxiliary.

02/01/08
North County Times, J. Stryker Meyer Column, front page of Local Section, article regarding Soup Drive in February.

01/20/08
North County Times, Tom Morrow’s Column, front page of Local Section, article on joining The Angel’s Depot’s “21 Club” Auxiliary (named for the number of meals in each senior food box).

01/11/08
North County Times, Community News, "Brownie Troops deliver food to The Angel's Depot."

01/01/08
Vision Magazine, (New Age publication) feature story on The Angel's Depot

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