Fallbrook businesses pull together to serve the community

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Foundation for Senior Care driver Maria Fajardo makes a delivery of groceries to a Fallbrook senior resident, April 20. The Fallbrook Regional Healthcare District has helped fund staff drivers to make deliveries to seniors during the COVID-19 pandemic. Village News/Shane Gibson photo
The Fallbrook business community is pulling together during the pandemic, working to meet needs as they come up. The Fallbrook Health District has been helping people find the resources they need to keep going and maintain stability. “We’ve identified five different nonprofits that are doing direct service support to our community, and we’re providing them some additional funding and coordination of community produce donations,” Rachel Mason, executive director of the Fallbrook Health District, said. They’ve been able to help the Boys and Girls Club, the local food pantry, the Foundation for Senior Care, Fallbrook Senior Center and Michelle’s Place out of Temecula that also serves some of the Fallbrook community as a cancer resource center. For the Foundation of Sen
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