CARe News

We have joined the San Diego Foundation's online community, Better Giving. From their website:

BetterGiving is a resource to help you find, learn and give to San Diego nonprofits.

BetterGiving is the place to learn about nonprofits who serve our communities and make the Greater San Diego region a better place. Each nonprofit portrait contains information about programs, management, governance and financial status.

Our profile can be found here:
http://bettergivingsd.guidestar.org/NonprofitProfile.aspx?OrgId=1052154

Two very different activities were going on during 2009. In San Diego, thousands of people were entering their second year of recovery, while hundreds were dealing with their initial year in Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and Orange County.

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Here are some articles written about CARe and our volunteers:

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In the year 2009, for activities relating to the 2008 Southern California Firestorm, and for second year activities in San Diego County, grants have been generously provided by the California Community Foundation, The United Way for the "LA County 2008 Fire Recovery Project" and The San Diego Foundation (whose grant was made possible by the Fire Relief Biotech Recovery Fund of the San Diego Regional Disaster Fund, a supporting organization of The San Diego Foundation). Other projects have been funded by individuals who have kindly provided donations.

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Here are some articles written about CARe and our volunteers:

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Inspirational Quotes

The problem is not that there are problems. The problem is expecting otherwise and thinking that having problems is a problem.

Theodore Rubin

Testimonials

I attended Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday partial loss only session. Each of the meetings I learned something very useful by your presentation and by the interaction from other attendees. Your looking out for our welfare is a blessing and God sent. You already know that what we are going through is harder than any of us realize since you have experienced this yourselves and helped in many catastrophes. Your looking out for our welfare is a blessing and God sent. I want to personally thank you and CARe for what you do. Your heartfelt compassion and teaching what matters to people that have been in harms way is a cause that touches many and gives hope in a world that is so full of anything but care and compassion.

Waldo Canyon Fire Survivor, 2012