Projects and Goals for 2019
No Kid Hungry- this is our president, Barbara Meyer's project. When you become part of No Kid Hungry, you're joining a movement of teachers, chefs, community leaders, parents, lawmakers and CEOs with a shared belief: no kid in America should go hungry. Follow the link for more information, No Kid Hungry
Final Honor, is the only privately owned horse drawn funeral carriage company working on any Veterans Administration cemetery in the USA providing this unforgettable service for any veteran regardless of rank or time served at no cost to the family.This tribute will be a lasting legacy to those who served honorably, or sacrificed their lives in service to our nation; a thank you for their service to America. Final Honor service is available at Miramar National Cemetery for the interment of any veteran, regardless of rank. Final Honor offers its funeral carriage service at the cemetery, for free, every Monday.
Contact: Andrea Canfield
Lakeside Christian Help Center was founded in 1988 and is located at 9931 Channel Rd in Lakeside, California 92040. Provides a 3-day supply of emergency food to needy persons once a month. Diapers and formula are provided when available. Two outfits of clothing are provided to each family member once per month. Blankets, sheets, and pillowcases are also available. The Woman’s Club collects various food items at each monthly meeting, concentrating on a different food item each month, but anything is graciously accepted.
Contact: Debbie Miller
Project Safehouse provides temporary, emergency shelter for survivors of domestic violence and their children. Offers safety planning, crisis counseling, advocacy services and assistance with obtaining long-term safe housing. Our trained staff encourages clients to take new steps, break old patterns, and build a meaningful life free of violence.
Contact: Cheryl Fuller
It is Not Okay!
The "It Is Not Okay" program was created in 2015 and has been in the Lakeside Union School District Elementary and Middle Schools from 2016 until present day. It is a program that creates awareness about setting personal boundaries and personal safety. It also has given the kids some tools to deal with uncomfortable situations and who to partner with, whether it is a teacher, pastor, parent or other trusted adult. We are very proud of this program and we hope that it continues to be in the Lakeside schools for a long time.
Contact: Liz Harris
Veterans Hospital Donations
Contact: Martha Maddox
Love on a Leash is a recognized pet provided therapy group throughout the U.S.; formed in the 1980s, incorporated in 1995 as a 501(c)3 charity. They visit schools, libraries, healthcare centers, hospitals, colleges, anywhere needed. The Woman’s Club donates lap quilts and blankets, among other items to be distributed at local nursing homes.
Contacts: Barbara Whitlock and Nancy DeGreif
Lakeside Library – Even in this age of computers, iPads and iPhones there is still a need for public libraries. Not only do they provide books for learning and books to read for fun, there are computers for students and adults to use, special programs for adults, teens, and children, and help for patrons. The Lakeside library is small and old and they are planning to build a new larger and much better library that will hopefully open within the next two years for which they need to raise money.
Contact: Terry Burke-Eiserling and Caprice Sander
Contact: Barbara Whitlock