Vons helping Easter Seals

Throughout the month of April, Vons grocery stores will raise money for services provided by Easter Seals to local residents with disabilities. Customers will be given the option at every checkout counter of making a contribution to Easter Seals. The donations will help Easter Seals provide job training and employment opportunities, preschool and after-school services, independent living options that keep people in their own homes instead of institutions, and services that help adults learn daily living and social skills that most of us take for granted. For more information, visit www.SouthernCal.EasterSeals.com.

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