San Diego Jewish Academy to hold garage sale to benefit Hurricane Sandy victims

San Diego Jewish Academy Cares is holding the “mother of all garage sales,” “Project Sandy,” on Sunday, Nov. 11, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., rain or shine.

100 percent of all proceeds raised will go to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy.

With millions of families affected and thousands forced to evacuate their homes, San Diego Jewish Academy hopes to make a difference by partnering with the community.

Donation drop-off and event location: San Diego Jewish Academy — 11860 Carmel Creek Rd. San Diego, 92130 — west parking lot (Shaw Ridge Rd.).

Call (858) 704-3864 or email maroeste@sdja.com for questions or donations.

Visit www.sdjacares.com for information.

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