Baja Relief Effort

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THANK YOU Loreto Bay home owners!

This photo is only part of the collections that the SF Bay Area Loreto Home Owners have donated for the relief efforts in the devastated regions of the Baja as a result of Hurricane Jimena.

One of our home owners will be flying this load down this weekend for distribution.  Thanks also to those on the ground coordinated by TCC that will be helping get these supplies to those that need them the worst.

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  • lonikaostark

    I wanted to share this comment from the Loreto Community Yahoo Group: This is a note of thanks to those who gave to help victims of Hurricane Jimena. The final load of clothes, bedding, food and sundries went to Mulege today. Last Friday two loads left; one up to San Javier, and the other to Santa Rosalia. Money donated to the cause bought bottled water, and staples like beans, flour, root vegetables, soap and Clorox. We received 1500 pesos last week, and 1100 pesos this week….purchasing the staples locally also helps those businesses who are struggling in this slow season. Spending money and dispensing donated goods is a responsibility that we took seriously. We wanted to be sure that those who received your generosity were the ones who most needed it. We also wanted to keep and post a list of donor names, and that got away from us as sacks, bags, and boxes came in too quickly . Rather than leaving anyone unthanked, we will make it a general thank-you to all of you. You know who you are, and we hope that you feel good today, knowing that you helped make someone just a little happier. Thank you! Submitted by: Jaime C. and Alberto P.

  • I wanted to share this comment from the Loreto Community Yahoo Group:

    This is a note of thanks to those who gave to help victims of Hurricane Jimena. The final load of clothes, bedding, food and sundries went to Mulege today. Last Friday two loads left; one up to San Javier, and the other to Santa Rosalia. Money donated to the cause bought bottled water, and staples like beans, flour, root vegetables, soap and Clorox. We received 1500 pesos last week, and 1100 pesos this week….purchasing the staples locally also helps those businesses who are struggling in this slow season. Spending money and dispensing donated goods is a responsibility that we took seriously. We wanted to be sure that those who received your generosity were the ones who most needed it.

    We also wanted to keep and post a list of donor names, and that got away from us as sacks, bags, and boxes came in too quickly . Rather than leaving anyone unthanked, we will make it a general thank-you to all of you. You know who you are, and we hope that you feel good today, knowing that you helped make someone just a little happier. Thank you!

    Submitted by: Jaime C. and Alberto P.

  • I wanted to share this comment from the Loreto Community Yahoo Group:

    This is a note of thanks to those who gave to help victims of Hurricane Jimena. The final load of clothes, bedding, food and sundries went to Mulege today. Last Friday two loads left; one up to San Javier, and the other to Santa Rosalia. Money donated to the cause bought bottled water, and staples like beans, flour, root vegetables, soap and Clorox. We received 1500 pesos last week, and 1100 pesos this week….purchasing the staples locally also helps those businesses who are struggling in this slow season. Spending money and dispensing donated goods is a responsibility that we took seriously. We wanted to be sure that those who received your generosity were the ones who most needed it.

    We also wanted to keep and post a list of donor names, and that got away from us as sacks, bags, and boxes came in too quickly . Rather than leaving anyone unthanked, we will make it a general thank-you to all of you. You know who you are, and we hope that you feel good today, knowing that you helped make someone just a little happier. Thank you!

    Submitted by: Jaime C. and Alberto P.