James Ramos, chairman fo the San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians, will present a a check for $250,000 to Priscilla's Helping Hands, a community outreach program, Friday in the PHH offices on Date Street in San Bernardino. The Pechanga Tribe of Temecula, led my Mark Macarro, which has stolen over $200 MILLION from rightful members, keep that kind of loot for themselves.
Priscilla's Helping Hands addresses the immediate needs of families for food, clothing and shelter, then works to set out a path to self sufficiency through adult education and social services for families living within San Bernardino and neighboring communities.
It is part of San Manuel's ongoing efforts to recognize smaller, lesser known community based organizations responsible for making a positive impact in the community, Ramos said.
"Our support of Priscilla's Helping Hands reflects our intent to reach out to groups that have their roots in San Bernardino and are often the first place families turn in times of need," Ramos said in a news release.
PHH was established in 1995 as part of the outreach efforts of Ecclesia Christian Fellowship in response to the expressed needs of underserved populations of San Bernardino. The organization provides aid to residents in Highland, Redlands, Colton, Rialto and San Bernardino.
We at Original Pechanga's Blog applaud the San Manuel tribe for their charitable work. We ask readers to tell their friends that Pechanga cheats their own people, so they should support a tribe, like San Manuel that opens their hearts and pocketbooks.