Back-to-School Shopping Spree
Thank you to the East County Posse who provided funding for a back-to-school clothing shopping spree for the kids living at ECTLC. The kids were given gift cards to shop at Walmart in El Cajon. This is the 7th year the East County Posse has helped the families purchase much-needed clothing for the upcoming school year.
Thank you all for your generosity!! We are so very grateful!!
It's getting cold outside, and the homeless who are exposed to the elements while living on the street suffer the most. As they enter into ECTLC to begin their life transformation, they often are without linens and blankets. ECTLC is in constant need of linens and blankets, especially during winter.
Would you consider donating a warm blanket?
Between now and Christmas, we are collecting new blankets (twin and queen size) for the +400 adults AND +100 children living at ECTLC.
Please drop by your donation to the ECTLC office, and they will provide you with a donation receipt. Thank you for providing the gift of warmth during this Christmas.
Thank you to the Lighthouse Cares Foundation for providing work boots to our men who are busy with vegetation management, chipping, defensible space and other projects within our work therapy program. These men are working hard as they transform their lives from homelessness to productive, self sufficient citizens.
Thank you to the
who hosted a county wide backpack/school supply drive to provide the ECTLC kids with items they need for back-to-school. The donation is a part of the Federated Womens "Caring for America" program. They delivered 140 backpacks, plus cake and punch, to the kids living at ECTLC
We are so grateful, thank you!!!
A very special thank you to Jerry Navarra , owner of Jeromes Furniture, for providing 60 new mattresses to families living at ECTLC. We all know how important a good night sleep is. Now these ECTLC families will sleep well as they transform their lives.
HomeAid to the Rescue!!
ECTLC was selected by HomeAid San Diego as a recipient for their "HomeAid Essentials for Young Lives" campaign. ECTLC received over 6500 diapers, 16,000 baby wipes and other baby care items.
Last year, over 30 babies were born to moms living at ECTLC.