Press Releases

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Current Press Releases

Carole Haes Landon elected Angel View Board President.


Angel View Receives $12,000 from Great Autos of Yesteryear
Angel View Launches Annual Campaign
Great Autos Oct 15 Casual Concours to Benefit Angel View
AV Board President Walter Johnson MD Named Head of WHO Emergency and Essential Surgery Program
Angel View to Participate in UCP Bowl-a-Thon
Desert Healthcare District Grant Enables Expansion of Angel View Outreach
San Jacinto Resale Store Opens June 25
Temecula Store Opens in New Location
Angel View Board President on Special Assignment with World Health Organization
Angel View Announces Grand Opening of Lake Elsinore Resale Store
Local Nonprofit Breaks Ground on New Resale Cetner
Angel View to Break Ground on New Clearance Center March 23
Vintage 1967 VW Beetle to be Auctioned for Angel View
Grand Opening of New Cathedral City Store Location January 23
Desert Cities Church Volunteers Celebrate MLK Day of Service at Angel View
Tickets Now on Sale for Angel View's Wild West Fashion Show
Swimathon Raises Over $11,000 for Angel View
4th Annual Angel View Swimathon Planned for New Year's Eve Day
Angel View Rancho Mirage Store Opens December 5
Angel View Cathedral City Store Moving to New Location
V. Manuel Perez Joins Angel View Board
Angel View Opens New Hemet Store; Also Clearance Center
Patti Park Named Executive Director of Angel View
Pre-Tony Awards Party June 7 Benefits Angel View
Angel View's 61st Benefit Luncheon
Air Quality Grant Supports New Angel View Project
Carrina

Carrina’s Story

For a child with a disability, mobility equals freedom. So when Carrina’s wheelchair was stolen, her family was understandably distraught. Without her chair, the 11-year old was unable to move about on her own.

Her dad called Angel View because he had heard about our wheelchair lending program. Created to help kids in urgent situations, the program enables children like Carrina to use a mobility device of ours until their insurance approves a replacement. Though officially it’s a lending program, we often give chairs to children in need, only asking for a return if the child outgrows it or no longer needs it.