SoCalGas launches a ‘Fueling Our Communities’ program to help feed needy in area

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Valley News - Health
RIVERSIDE – The Southern California Gas Co. launched their “Fueling Our Communities” program, July 6, to feed vulnerable groups in cities like Hemet and San Jacinto.The utility is partnering with charitable organizations to provide meals to 40,000 seniors, students, families and migrant farmworkers and stimulate local businesses affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program was launched in conjunction with five charity organizations with a $500,000 donation by the natural gas company. The program will provide close to 140,000 meals to 40,000 individuals from underserved communities in Tulare, Kern, Ventura, San Bernardino, Riverside and Imperial counties. The program with the Family Service Association will span over the summer season in 44 cities including Hemet, San Jacinto, P
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