Local Foundation Helps Chad

School and soccer supplies, livestock, vitamins, wheelchairs, wells, mosquito nets, and medicine are just some of the contributions that the Santa Barbara-based Chad Relief Foundation has made to refugee camps in the African country. The organization, which has raised $260,000 since being founded in 2007, is now reaching out to the community for support and hosting a fundraiser on June 20 at the Santa Barbara Winery with food, wine, music, and more. See

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