E.A.T Marketplace donates check to nonprofit helping families affected by childhood cancer


Last updated 11/10/2017 at Noon

From left to right, Carsyn Neille Foundation Board Member Jill Chrapczynski, Carsyn Neille Foundation Founder Kia Davis, E.A.T Marketplace owner Leah Di Bernardo and E.A.T Catering Director Traillan Suthers pose for a photo at E.A.T Marketplace in Temecula, Wednesday, Nov. 1. Di Bernardo gave Davis a check for $1,053 in honor of Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. The money was raised through sales of the marketplace’s “Go Gold” doughnuts. The Carsyn Neille Foundation designs rooms that are used to comfort children with cancer or to help family members whose children have died as they grieve. Alex Groves photo

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