Sunset Soiree benefit for Feeding America San Diego held in Del Mar

Bobby Horowitz, Beth and Rich Sparber

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Feeding America San Diego (FASD) hosted its annual gala, “Sunset Soirée,” on Sept. 28 at the Del Mar Paddock and Turf Club. The event featured a special performance by Bonnie Raitt.

“Sunset Soirée” is underwritten by the Meyer Family, allowing 100 percent of funds raised through tickets, tables and sponsorships to go directly to programs at FASD. As San Diego’s largest hunger-relief organization, FASD distributes more than 21 million pounds of food annually, working hand in hand with partner agencies, organizations, donors and volunteers to help fight hunger locally. This includes more than 460,000 residents and 160,000 children who are currently impacted by hunger, according to a recent study by Feeding America. For more information, visit www.feedingamericasd.org.

Photos/McKenzie Images.

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