The Palisades-Malibu YMCA is participating in the citywide FeedLA initiative, which offers free groceries to help address “food insecurity and other needs for vulnerable Angelenos.” Pictured here, YMCA Executive Director Jim Kirtley and volunteers prepare bags of groceries to be handed out on a Thursday afternoon in February.
Palisadian Skylar Jennings recently donated $2,000 to the Westside Food Bank by collecting proceeds from making mask necklaces and selling them on Etsy through BEadSAFEcreations—doubling what she set out to raise in her original goal.
Jennings is continuing to make mask necklaces, with proceeds going to the food bank, as “she’s determined to help feed as many people as she can,” her family shared with the Post.
To order a custom mask necklace, visit etsy.com/shop/BEadSAFEcreations.
Palisadian Realtor Anthony Marguleas recently received the Community Service Award for his “exemplary philanthropic efforts and contributions” from the Malibu Association of Realtors for his work through Amalfi Estates in 2020. The award was bestowed during the association’s 74th Annual Installation Ceremony, which took place virtually for the first time in the history of the organization.
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