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Free Veterans Appreciation Lunch

Cupcakes for Cancer

Relay For Life


Relay for Life is coming to Cal State San Bernardino for a 24 hour event April 25th thru April 26th. If you would like to help raise money for the American Cancer Society, please visit for more information and to sign up.

Riverside Tamale Festival


The 2nd annual Riverside Tamale Festival is happening THIS Saturday, April 19th from 11a - 6p at White Park in Riverside. With over 50 vendors, celebrity-judged contests, a kidzone, beer garden, and tamale eating contest, it's bound to be even better than last year!

Admission is only a dollar with kids 12 and under free. After-party starts at 6pm and all proceeds are being donated to the Trujillo Adobe Fundation to preserve the adobe and turn the area into an education center. 

For more information please visit or call 951-235-3586

Annual Recycle Day 2014


Bring in your aluminum tabs from beverage or soda cans to the University of Redlands for Loma Linda Ronald McDonald House's Annual Recycle Day. Aluminum Cans and plastic bottles with the CRV logo will also be accepted for this event!

Happening Friday, May 2nd from 8am - 5pm at the University of Redlands - Ted Runner Stadium Parking Lot located at 1200 E. Colton Ave Redlands, CA 92374

For more information, please call: (909) 558-8300

RESTMA Comedy Night Fundraiser

FREE Baseball Event

23rd Annual Ultimate Challenge In Golf

If you love golf and are looking to play as many holes as you can all day long, the 23rd Annual Ultimate Challenge In Golf might just be for you! Happening Thursday, May 15th at Lake Arrowhead Country Club in Lake Arrowhead, the tournament starts with a 7am tee time, with each golfer playing as many holes as they can throughout the event. All proceeds directly benefit the Easter Seals. For more information, and to sign up, please contact Gregg Grant at (909) 338-1861

Silver Dollar Club

Call to Action for our Military Families

When people give, they like to know where their dollars go and how they will be used. Operation Homefront keeps a list of Current Needs on our website. Each need tells a family's story of sacrifice, hardship, or struggles to recover from injury or personal crisis. These needs are an extremely popular way to give for many of our loyal supporters. You can view the list of needs to donate to one or more, safely and securely on our website.

These needs are only a sampling of the thousands of families who need our help. Our requests for financial assistance are higher than ever and any online donation is appreciated and used to help the many families we serve. Visit and help today.

Big dogs need your help


If you want to be a loving foster parent to one of the large breed dogs at the San Bernardino Animal shelter, please contact Steve Miller at the Shelter by calling (951) 906-1874 or visit their facebook page by CLICKING HERE. Throughout the foster process, all food and medical expensis will be covered for you until they find a forever home for these beautiful animals.


Healthy Hearts


Heart disease in the No. 1 killer of both men and women, yet one-third of Americans are not taking any proactive steps to prevent it. To find out how to improve your heart health, please CLICK HERE

T.H.E. Center looking for help

T.H.E. Center Inc. has been providing therapeutic riding for children and adults with disabilities since 1984. We are in need of volunteers to help with all aspects of T.H.E. operations, from leading horses and sidewalking with students to financial donations to make these transformative therapies available to disabled children and adults in the community. If you are interested in helping us bring this amazing program to others, or want to be a part of it yourself, please visit us at, or find us on facebook by CLICKING HERE and see for yourself how great of an impact T.H.E. Center makes on the lives of those who participate in and volunteer with the equestrian therapies. For more info, please email

Rock for Vets!

The Rocks for Vets mission is to create a music based program for Veterans and others at-risk by offering music education/instruction classes. Whether one can already play an instrument, sing or if they just have the desire to learn, Rock for Vets helps Vets build skills that are transferable to the music industry in a supportive and educational environment.

The goals and Objectives of the Rock for Vets program are:

- Gain knowledge of musical instruments

-Develop Socialization skills which help them interact in groups and learn coping skills for being in public

-Assist Veterans suffering from PTSD and other illnesses by motivating, developing trust through engagement with others, and provide a support network of peers


There are three ways to help support this amazing program and our Veterans:

  1. Donate! Funding through the Rock for Vets 501c3 website helps keep this program going and is much needed. All donations are tax deductable too!
  2. Donate any new or used instruments, amplifiers, and equipment!
  3. Donate your time! If you know how to play the guitar or are a professional musician and would like to coach our Vets, email Frank at or call 866-597-1116