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5Cities Homeless Coalition is managing a fundraiser for residents that lost their homes due to local storms

5Cities Homeless Coalition

ARROYO GRANDE, Calif. – 5Cities Homeless Coalition is running a fundraiser for South County residents that lost their homes during recent severe storms.

"We have launched this fund to help residents throughout South County, from Avila to Nipomo, whose homes have been affected by the flooding. With the help of our community, 5CHC wants to be there to help our South County neighbors get back on their feet," said 5Cities Homeless Coalition Executive Director Janna Nichols.

The Arroyo Grande area had notable flooding impacts on homes and people.

City Manager Whitney McDonald said, “The City is committed to assisting residents in their recovery in
the aftermath of the historic storm event on January 9th and, through the generosity of the community
and the work of our non-profit partner 5Cities Homeless Coalition, this fundraising effort has the potential to provide immediate relief to our residents.”

Interested in contributing to the Helping Our Neighbors Weather the Storm fundraiser? Click here to visit 5Cities Homeless Coalition's website.

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