Kids gift drive sets record

The Promises2Kids Gift Drive set an all-time record this holiday season, collecting more than 13,000 gifts for San Diego’s abused, abandoned and neglected children. Former Mayor Susan Golding, CEO of Promises2Kids, said donations topped last year’s record 12,000 collected gifts. She thanked the community for its outpouring of generosity and heartfelt kindness.

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