Jacob’s House partners with Macy’s department store

Jacob’s House volunteer Pam Torkelson, left, second row, buys 28 sets of new bath towels and other replacement home items with a $1,500 grant from Macy’s, Sept. 28. The grant was awarded by Macy’s store manager Iza Sourille, fourth from left, second row, who assisted Torkelson along with Jacob’s House volunteers and store staff. Bethany Torkelson photo
TEMECULA – Jacob’s House, a local nonprofit, was a recent recipient of a $1,500 grant awarded by Macy’s department store. After meeting staff and a few volunteers and taking a tour of the house, store manager Iza Souriolle, learned the house needed new bath towels and other household supplies. Souriolle was instrumental in submitting the proper information to qualify Jacob’s House for the grant.According to Macy’s, their corporate giving program provides charitable funding to many organizations within their local community. A core value of Macy’s is to give back, and Jacob’s House said their organization was thrilled to be on the receiving end.Volunteer lead house attendant Pam Torkelson was charged with spending the grant money for Jacob’s House. After taking an in
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