Elks’ grant presentation to CMOH

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Temecula’s Community Mission of Hope received a Gratitude Grant from the Temecula Elks. Pictured from left, Lodge No. 2801’s Past Exalted Ruler Angela Stevanus, Past Trustee Chairman Ken Nordstrom and CMOH Operations Manager Allison Willits at CMOH’s warehouse facility.
On July 1, representatives of Temecula Elks Lodge No. 2801 presented a Gratitude Grant check to the Community Mission of Hope (CMOH) in Temecula. CMOH provides various forms of assistance to the less fortunate in the Temecula/Murrieta area, including food, gas cards, housing assistance and other forms of help for the homeless. More than 400 families and individuals are helped each month, and in 2020 more than 1 million pounds of food was processed thanks to the hard work of numerous volunteers. Past Exalted Ruler Angela Stevanus and Past Trustee Chairman Ken Nordstrom presented a check for $3,000 to Allison Willits, operations manager for CMOH. When eligibility for the grant was announced in early 2021, Nordstrom contacted Willits to determine if they had any specific needs that fell wi
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