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Christmas 2014 will be arriving soon. Share the challenges of your family in a story so others know they are not alone or share a Christmas story or helpful information at the bottom of this webpage in the Google forum. I will again be able to give away a few $100 Walmart gift cards early in December. Posting your story automatically sends me an email.
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50 visitors pass by Cafe Temecula each week, share ideas that might help others.

The Google chat-board at bottom of this webpage is public, 
The Community will share in your words.

This time of year it is important to visit special places, where loved ones wait for us. When I lived in Orange County 1980's, I visited Fairview Developmental Center on a weekly basis for over ten years. Besides all the fun and laughter I could bring, I developed a deep altruistic sense for life, that there are many things in our brief moment of living I cannot understand. At that time I enjoyed creating electronic devices to aid the developmentally disabled and the both deaf/blind in communication. How wonderful to be able to express a simple yes or no...

Visit McKenzie's Hope

"In life do something beautiful and do it well with your moment on earth"

Find local 
Temecula Valley Groups
With Your Same Interest

Meet Up

Join one or Start your own and I will post your group link here!

Visit:  Riverside County Job Search

Temecula FreeCycle

This is a great local Yahoo forum to give things away or find things you need at no cost.

3500 members, you need to register
You Community Service Idea Should Be Here
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Excellent List of Helping Resources in California - The best I have ever seen, choose your city!

Put together by local Ceramic Artist Matthew S. Kennedy who touched the bottom and now reaches for the Stars.

From experience, he shares the best approach on his living homeless.
Thank you Ashley A. - 7.02.14

Temecula Valley Homeless Shelter 

Project TOUCH works on many individual cases out of our office, by partnering with other services that exist. It's great to have friends in the food ministry business, or mental health services, or who run congregational living homes, or serve those suffering from domestic violence. We often work with related organizations to get others off the streets and out from sleeping in cars, one family at a time.

Contact Webpage     Official Website    News Article   Food Assistance   

 30141 Antelope Rd D-103  Menifee, Ca., 92584        Phone (951) 677-9661   

Community Mission of Hope exists to help those in need toward the goal of self-sufficiency. CMoH provides tangible help, through food and hygiene products, as well as compassionate mentorship for the social, physical, financial and spiritual needs of local individuals and families.

41680 Enterprise Circle South, Ste. C
Temecula, CA 92590
Phone: 951 444-1404

More info. . .

Temecula Valley People Helping People has assisted many organizations, children, families and other non-profit groups to raise money, gifts, toys, food and other items for those in need. TVPHP provides services with dignity while reaffirming the self-worth of each individual and assisting that person in reaching his or her greatest potential.

Warehouse Sales with photos => Inland Empire Craiglist to help raise funds.

Temecula, CA 92591
Email: tvphp@verizon.net
Phone: (951) 757-5212

More info. . .   May be out of service

WESTERN EAGLE FOUNDATION is a wonderful, low-cost food distribution center in our community. You pay $25 for a large box of food. The food is pre-selected, and dependant upon donations from local food suppliers, so the contents of the box changes regularly. This is a WONDERFUL deal for those in our community who are in need of help with their groceries. This service operates on the honor system, as they DO NOT require you to prove your income, and is completely anonymous. Anyone can go and buy food at this low price, but they ask that only those in need use this service so that there is enough for every family who  needs it.

40940 County Center Dr.
Temecula, CA 92591
(951) 695-7206

More info . . .
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Senior Citizens Service Center Inc. Serving the Southwest Valley in Riverside County. We provide a range of services including: Emergency Food (bread and pastries, government commodities) Senior Brown Bag Program, Senior Share Program and Holiday Food Baskets, upcoming Food for Pets of the Needy. We provide Health and support services Flu shot clinic, Legal assistance is also provided including: Paralegal assistance, Social Security Administration benefit assistance (questions and referral) .

41538 Eastman Drive # C 
Murrieta, Ca. 92562 
(951) 600-9557

More info. . .
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Temecula Community Pantry We feed warm meals every week day to homeless individuals and families.  We stress that we are serving families too, because with today’s economy we are seeing more and more families at our front door.  Some of these families are on the brink of becoming homeless themselves and must choose between buying groceries or paying their mortgage.  Because many know that keeping a family together and sheltered is important, they come to us for assistance with their other needs.

Director: Margie Hammersley
Email: margie@temeculapantry.org

Temecula Community Pantry
28870 Pujol Street
Temecula, CA 92590

Phone: 951.676-8022

More info . . .
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St. Martha's Second Hand Treasures, sponsored by the St. Martha Catholic Parish, raises most of the money for the food bank. Individuals or organizations interested in donating non-perishable food items to the food pantry contact:

Donations of food can be dropped off at the back of the building.

Food Assistance Registration 
is held every Wednesday and Thursday from 9 to 10:30 a.m.

St. Martha's Food Pantry
38444 Sky Canyon Drive
French Valley

 
(951) 677-6347
More info . . .

Temecula Time Bank - We recognize that each person has talents to share, and that the overall community is strengthened when neighbors help one another. For every hour that you help meet the needs of another member, you earn a time credit for the exchange. 

This time credit can then be redeemed for services from others.  Learn More

 


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