Posted 6:47 PM 12/13/2012 by Kelly Orsini, KSBY News
KSBY will wrap up Season of Hope on Friday. The food and toy drive has collected thousands of pounds of food, thousands of toys, and tens of thousands of dollars in cash.
Just Thursday night, Wells Fargo donated $8,000, bringing the total dollar amount to well over $30,000.
Posted 11:29 AM 12/13/2012 by Kelly Orsini, KSBY News
Kathy Kuretich will be live from the Shell Beach Fire Station during KSBY News at 5 and 6 p.m. Thursday for Season of Hope.
Friday is the last day of the food and toy drive. Help us finish strong by bringing non-perishable food or a new, unwrapped toy for local families in need this holiday season.
The fire station is located at 2555 Shell Beach Road.
Posted 11:22 AM 12/11/2012 by Kelly Orsini, KSBY News
An inmate at California Men's Colony has donated $6,020.60 to KSBY's Season of Hope campaign. The inmate, who wishes to remain anonymous, says he "feels he owes the community far more than he can ever give back." He says he wanted to help struggling families on the Central Coast by making the (More)
Posted 10:40 AM 12/11/2012 by Kelly Orsini, KSBY News
KSBY's Dave Hovde will be live tonight from the San Luis Obispo City Fire Station No. 1 on our news at 5 and 6 p.m. for Season of Hope.
The fire station is located at 2160 Santa Barbara Avenue. Drop by, say hello, and drop off non-perishable food or a new, unwrapped toy.
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Posted 10:09 AM 12/11/2012 by Kelly Orsini, KSBY News
Friday is the last day to donate to The Season of Hope, the Central Coast's largest-ever food and toy drive, but there are still plenty of opportunities left to take part.
So far, KSBY and our partners have collected a total of 15,000 pounds of food, 2,400 toys, and $18,000.
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Posted 11:03 AM 12/5/2012 by KSBY News, Carina Corral
Season of Hope, the Central Coast's biggest toy and food drive, is in its last couple weeks.
This morning our viewers delivered big time!
Daybreak Anchor Carina Corral was collecting donations of non-perishable food and unwrapped toys at the Cal Fire station in Nipomo.