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Brothers of 6 closes out year with toy and food drive

Brothers of 6 closes out year with toy and food drive

The Brothers of 6 Charities Inc., a North County San Diego historical preservation society, finished off the 2023 holiday season by donating over $23,000 to several local charities in their community. 

They kicked off their holiday drive by partnering with several organizations including Interfaith Community Services, the New Song Church, Brother Benno’s, The North County Food Bank, Soldiers Angels, “P.S. Someone Cares” and Palomar Family Counseling.

The Brothers of 6 also donated a total of over $2,800 in toys to the Marines “Toys for Tots” program and the toy drive donation partnered by the Escondido Police Athletic League, the Boys and Girls Club of Escondido and the Sierra Madre Cantina.  The Toys were received by Juan Magana, owner of the Sierra Madre Cantina on Sunday December 9, just in time for Christmas. “The Sierra Madre Cantina served as the drop-off location for the toys that will distributed by both the Escondido Police athletic League and the Boys and Girls Club of Escondido later in the week” noted Magana. He added, “It’s amazing to note that the Brothers of 6 Charities brought in almost twice as many toys compared to last year!” 

Additionally, a significant donation was made to the North County Food Bank along with matching contributions from HPS Mechanical, Cornerstone Managing Partners as well as several other private individuals.

“Brothers of 6 Charities, Inc. closed out 2022 by giving just over $11,000 to various charitable organizations throughout North County. This year we were truly blessed to be able over double the contribution. 2023 has been an incredible success!” said Bill McNaughton, past president, Brothers of 6 Charities.  The local charity plans to continue this tradition moving forward for years to come.

If you would like to learn more about the Brothers of 6 Charities Inc., Please visit them at www.brothersof6.com.

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