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Share Our Selves seeks gifts and food for Adopt a Family

Share Our Selves, a Costa Mesa nonprofit organization, is holding its 48th annual Adopt A Family program to provide gifts and food to struggling Orange County families for the holidays. Since the beginning of the program, more than 50,000 families have been “adopted,” according to SOS. This year,...
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