The Angel’s Depot is a non-profit all-volunteer organization that aims to provide the basic needs of some 50,000 seniors living in San Diego County, who are living in poverty and inadequate aid. They provide food in order to improve the quality of their life. They also promote awareness at the community level as they support impoverished seniors. Moreover, they seek to act as a channel for other available resources akin to their cause.
It was founded in 2005 by Susan Hall who wanted to address the need of countless men and women who have fought wars, paid taxes, and built this country. They cater to seniors whose average monthly income is $791.
They have come up with various strategies in order to carry out their mission of alleviating senior hunger including Senior Advocacy and Community Education and Outreach. They are noted for their Senior Emergency Meal Boxes that are specifically formulated to meet the nutritional needs of seniors with selected food items that are high in proteins, fiber, and folate, as well as low in sugar.
They are driven not only by the passion to reach out to seniors but most importantly by volunteers and donors who wholeheartedly offer their time, effort, and financial assistance for the cause.
Their main office is located in the Vista Technology Center at 1497 Poinsettia Avenue, Suite 158
Vista, CA 92081. They can be contacted through 760-599-7093. People can also like their Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/TheAngelsDepot.
For more information, please visit their website at http://www.theangelsdepot.org.