Delicias raises funds for Cal Coast

On Feb. 25, the Delicias Restaurant held its first fundraiser with all proceeds benefiting students at Cal Coast Academy in Solana Beach.

An auction was held with donated items including art from the Simic Galleries in La Jolla and sports memorabilia autographed by professional athletes such as Jake Peavy and Trevor Hoffman.

“This fundraiser is a new and exciting way for us to help raise money and increase awareness for Cal Coast Academy,” Owen Perry, owner of Delicias Restaurant, said. “This school has not only helped my daughter’s grades tremendously, it has also increased her ambition.”
Cal Coast Academy is a private school for grades 6 to 12 and structures the educational experience to each individual student’s needs.

Delicias Restaurant is a gourmet California cuisine restaurant located in Rancho Santa Fe.

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