The Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, September 15 unanimously approved Third District Neighborhood Reinvestment Program applications from a variety of nonprofit groups.
Third District Supervisor Dave Roberts told the Times-Advocate, “I am especially excited to direct $150,000 to Interfaith Community Services to open the Hawthorne Veteran and Family Resource Center. The 10,000-square-foot facility in Escondido will serve clients with physical or mental conditions and provide self-sufficiency services to veterans and their families.”
Tuesday’s action also will benefit these groups:
California Center for the Arts Escondido Foundation ($10,000); Helen Woodward Animal Center ($6,268); La Costa Dreams, Inc. ($3,500); Rancho Bernardo Business Association ($3,125); Rancho Bernardo Sunrise Rotary Club ($5,000), and Voices for Children ($13,100).
.Each supervisors has $1 million in this discretionary fund that is spent in his or her district.