On June 4, the non-profit ICNA Relief SoCal (Muslims for Humanity) in conjunction with the Fullerton School District and other local groups such as the Center for Healthy Neighborhoods, distributed 1800 boxes of food at Pacific Drive School in Fullerton to families in need during this time of crisis, when many families are struggling to obtain basic necessities. Cars were lined up along Valencia for several blocks as they waited to receive free fresh food.
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