Charity Craft Fair raises funds for charity’s move to Temecula

A youngster tries to throw a ring around a game piece to win a prize at the Charity Craft Fair Saturday, May 4, at Vail Headquarters in Temecula. The event was presented by Clear Charity #DiaperAid of Southern California. Jeff Pack photo

Several hundred families came out to support The Charity Craft Fair at Vail Headquarters in Temecula Saturday, May 4, to raise funds for Clear Charity #DiaperAid of Southern California.

Youngsters were able to move around between craft activities and games to win prizes and even participated in bubble dance parties and a cake walk.

Their parents could shop at the more than 25 boutique vendors that were in attendance and check out the Time Machine from the movie, “Back to the Future,” which was also on display.

Clear Charity is an Orange County-based organization that anticipates expanding into the Temecula Valley this year that is working to Close the #DiaperGap through the #DiaperAid program which helps families in need. Currently, Clear Charity is the only secular diaper program provider in the area that serves the public directly.

“We do not have an official office yet but we have been running programs already in Temecula since January,” Clear Charity co-founders Jay and Dana Perez-Kim said. “These events are meant to bring in local support and funds we need to expand into the Temecula area officially.”

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