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      Guardian Grange Charitable Donation
      $200
      03/03/2022
      Jillian Delaflor

      $156.07
      10/18/2021
      Linda

      Honored to support this organization for the environment, community and veterans.

      $50
      09/26/2021
      Maggie

      Bravo to all of you! Thank you for your service to our country and now to the Monarchs and the natural world. You are true heroes!

      $104.15
      09/26/2021
      Robert KLein

      $25
      09/26/2021
      Andrew Boland

      Thank you for all you do and to our veterans.

      $26.27
      09/26/2021
      Deirdre Altman

      $1,038.73
      09/25/2021
      Debbie Head

      $26.27
      09/25/2021
      Margaret

      So happy I saw this on NBC. Working at home to provide habitat for monarch and other butterflies. I honor you for this project.

      $50
      09/25/2021
      Joshua

      $50
      09/25/2021
      Laurens

      I hope your efforts are successful beyond your wildest dreams.

      $259.92
      09/25/2021
      Kevin Flaherty

      I really think you all are on the right path because Mother Nature needs our help! I grew up in Monterey and as a kid I would go see the beautiful Monarch Butterfly Trees in Pacific Grove. My Grandfather, Lawrence K. Flaherty WWI DSC recipient, was gassed by the Germans while he was listed as a “Chauffeur” in the 305th Motor Supply Battalion of the 80th Division and came home to his ranch in Oregon with scarred lungs and no help network for his mental scars. Then he passed on from the Flu in January 1939 on the eve of WWII. I wish I had got to meet him.