Lisa Diaz Nash Campaign Samaritan House donation

The Lisa Diaz Nash campaign for San Mateo City Council organized a Mother’s Day Drive for Samaritan House. Nash, a 30-year resident of San Mateo County, and former nonprofit CEO, said in five days the campaign was able to raise $2,500 for the purchase of newborn supplies to be donated to the nonprofit. On Thursday, May 7, the campaign led a caravan of 10 cars and volunteers with more than 100 boxes of donations of wet wipes, baby formula, clothing, baby food and 3,000 diapers and more to be distributed to new mothers in need.

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