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San Diego Flood and Storm Damage Relief Fund


San Diego County has been hit by a series of historically heavy winter storms that have resulted in widespread flooding across our region. Since October 1, San Diego has recorded more than 7 inches of rain with more than 6 inches falling in the last 18 days alone. We could reach our annual average rainfall, 9.79 inches, by February 10. The wettest day, January 22, delivered the highest 24-hour rainfall amounts in San Diego since 1850, according to the National Weather Service, and caused $90 million in damages. The following nonprofit organizations are currently working to provide basic services and aid to those impacted by the record-breaking storms and subsequent flooding. Your donation to this Fund will help these organizations continue to provide support and resources to our community. ASML credits (e.g., 40th anniversary and birthday) may be donated to this fund or another qualified nonprofit organization of your choice.
San Diego Flood and Storm Damage Relief Fund

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