SHOP AMAZON SMILE FOUNDATION AND
DONATE TO THE RAMONA FOOD
AND CLOTHES CLOSET!
"I and my family are very appreciative for your support. We are able to eat better because of your help. Thank you!"
Share Your Christmas Program
Each Christmas we provide several hundred low income households with holiday food and a new toy & stocking stuffer for each child
Thank you to Albertsons Companies Foundation and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints for their $2500 grants
Dec 17, 2020, 10am-2pm
1. Current Picture Identification Card for person making application.
2. Proof of residence address in Ramona, Santa Ysabel, Julian,
Ranchita, Warner Springs or Borrego Springs. (electric bill,
telephone bill, etc.)
3. Documentation of all Income by all household members within the
past two months. (pay receipts, social security papers,
unemployment compensation, Notice of Action for AFDC and food
stamps, etc.) Total household gross income must not exceed
federal guidelines for low-income households.
4. Child Verification: Benefits Verification Letter, form 7-69 or a birth certificate for each child showing parental or guardian proof
2020 Applications accepted
at Ramona Food and Clothes Closet, 773 Main St, unless noted below:
Tues. Dec 1 & 8, 10-12 and 2-4
Wed Dec 2 & 9 10-12
Wed Dec 2 at Rubios 4-8
Thurs 3 & 10, 11-1:301 and 2-4
Fri Dec 4 and 11, 10-12 and 2-4
Sat Dec 5 & 12, 10-12 and 2-4
Sat 12/5, Christmas Tree Lighting,
Main St 5-6:30pm
Mon Dec 7, 10-12 and 2-4
We currently need the following items for our
Emergency Supplies: Diapers, especially size 5, and baby wipes
"Giving us hope during an otherwise rough time for us, and providing clothes during a growth spurt for my daughter when at the time I cannot. Showing kindness and compassion and bringing the holidays to our home when this year it doesn't seem like the holidays at all. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts! L.V.W.
"They are always here to help. I am a single Mom and don't know what I would do without you!
This organization is a help for the people. It is not glamorous, yet these are the heroes for caring. They get things into the hands of the needy rather than the dump.They are the "peoples people"