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    Aphia II Nyanza Kisumu Orphanage- Kenya
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    June Jordan High School- San Francisco

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    Facilities served since 2005:

    Shriners Hospital for Children-Los Angeles
    Skyline College Children's Center Children- San Bruno
    The Chemo Angels- Julian California
    Commonwealth Elementary- Los Angeles

    Camino Nuevo Charter High School- Los Angeles
    Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation- Los Angeles
    Gabriella Charter Elementary- Los Angeles
    Kedren Head Start- Serving 27 facilities- Los Angeles

    Back on Track- Afterschool Program- San Francisco


    Metro Skills Center – Los Angeles
    The “ I AM Foundation”- San Diego
    Hyde Park Elementary- Los Angeles
    Littlefield Head Start- Walker Louisiana
    Safe House for Teens-Napa
    June Jordan High School- Special Education- San Francisco
    Project Learn- Terrebonne Parish Louisiana

    Mission District Shelters- San Francisco


    Sequovia High School -Key Club- Redwood City
    Orphans and Widows of Uganda

    Lincoln Elementary- Compton California


    Tibby Elementary- Compton California

    Kennedy Elementary- Compton
    Aphia II Nyanza, Kisumu Kenya- Orphanage
    Watts Labor Community Action Committee

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