As I sat and fed my daughter breakfast this morning I couldn't help but feel thankful. A statistic that @SDHungerCo tweeted yesterday was weighing heavy on my mind.
"Before #COVID19, 1 in 5 kids faced hunger. Now, over 40% of kids under 12 live in food insecure households. https://t.co/BRCS6yxl7C
Dec 28, 2020, 8:01 AM"
This stat isn't a nationwide number, it is right here in San Diego. One organization that has been fighting this fight one person at a time is Father Joe's Village. In 2018, the San Diego Union-Tribune Reader's Poll voted Father Joe's Villages San Diego's best charity. The reason I'm sharing this with you is because an anonymous donor has offered to match any donation, up to $260,000, to Father Joe's Village from Tuesday 12/29/20 to Thursday 12/31/20. Hunger is a real issue and we can help.
Taking Care of Business
What a year this has been. Covid 19 has reached new heights, politically charged protests plus riots, and restaurants and businesses forced to close leaving many of us wondering just what our future
The Encinitas El Portal Undercrossing Project
The El Portal Undercrossing Project starts construction this month in Encinitas. The project features a new safe path for pedestrians, and bicyclists to cross underneath the north county railroad trac