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Elubia's Kitchen takes pride in helping local organizations. At

every event we pick a local organization to donate.

Elubia's Kitchen donated a percentage

of their sales during these Covid months to the 

Santa Barbara FoodBank 

Organizations we donated:

    Cottage Children's Medical Center          

The Rotary Club of Santa Barbara North

Peabody Charter  

Adelante Charter School of Santa Barbara

La Casa de la Raza

United Boys & Girls Club

CAC(Community Action Commission)

Brandon Elementary

Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation

Domestic Violence Solutions

WSS Foundation 

San Marcos High School Band

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Children and families benefit from receiving consistent, top-quality, evidence-based, family centered care as close to home as possible. That’s exactly what you’ll get when you choose the extensive children’s health care services at Cottage Health on California’s Central Coast.

In the new Cottage Children's Medical Center (CCMC), all the pediatric units are now located adjacent to each other on the third floor. Having all of the children’s services on the third floor means greater efficiency and continuity of care.

Peabody Charter School opened on August 27, 1928 after receiving a generous gift of the land from Fredrick Forrest Peabody, founder of the Arrow Shirt Company and local public school benefactor.


The school began with six classrooms and 115 children and has undergone three major renovations and a six-fold population increase in its 90 year history.


The main building consisted of the two lateral wings and main entry that face Calle Noguera, with open-air covered hallways along the rear side.


Located next to the Franklin Elementary campus in Santa Barbara, Adelante Charter School is a Spanish-English immersion elementary school, where every child enters as a second language learner and every child graduates bilingual and biliterate.


Adelante’s two-way immersion (TWI) program design has been shown to be the most effective way to teach a second language to all learners.


Children who are bilingual demonstrate a cognitive advantage that could last a lifetime, affecting skills related to planning, problem-solving, mental focus, and memory.


Within this language and culture-rich environment, Adelante implements an outstanding academic program with emphasis on science, math, technology, and the arts.


"Rotary is an organization of business and professional person united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build goodwill and peace in the world.” 

The Mission of The Rotary Foundation is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill, and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty.


United Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County (UBGC) is a non-profit youth development agency and serves children ages 5-18 years old, from 10 locations across Santa Barbara County.


UBGC is a member of the national organization, Boys & Girls Clubs of America.


Our mission is “to enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens” and we place an emphasis on BGCA’s Formula for Impact making sure our programs help youth achieve three priority outcomes: Academic Success, Good Character & Citizenship and Healthy Lifestyles. 

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To provide a meeting facility for social, educational, cultural and other activities that serve to enable people to help themselves.

To provide a pool of resource persons who have expertise in numerous areas and who are able to give technical assistance to persons and organizations seeking to improve the quality of life for Santa Barbara's socially and economically disadvantaged citizens.

To encourage individuals of the community to become well informed about issues affecting them and to actively participate in social and civic activities.

To provide social services attuned to the particular needs of the community the organization was founded to serve.


The Community Action Commission of Santa Barbara County (CAC) started in 1964 as a 15-member Community Action Committee that was appointed by the County Board of Supervisors. CAC was incorporated as a private non-profit organization in May of 1967. In October of that year, CAC began operating a seniors program, and in 1969 started an adult job-training program.  CAC has gradually expanded to to include the wide array of programs available today including:

  • Learning experiences and high quality care for children age 0-5

  • Job training, education, and mentoring for teens and young adults

  • Leadership, involvement, and educational opportunities for parents

  • Healthy daily meals for children and seniors

  • Improvements that make homes warmer, safer and more energy-efficient


Brandon School opened as the thirteenth school in the Goleta Union School District (GUSD) in 1969. In 1982 Brandon was closed due to a decrease in student enrollment. It was reopened as a full school in 1996 and in 2003 Brandon became the neighborhood school for many students from Glen Annie Road to Winchester Canyon.

Brandon students are known as “The Islanders.” The Islanders represent the five Channel Islands which lie just off the coast west of Goleta: Anacapa, Santa Cruz, Santa Rosa, San Miguel, and Santa Barbara. To learn more about the Channel Islands click on this link for the U.S. National Park Service.  


The Brandon Tree was planted in 1969 when Brandon first opened. Since then, this spectacular Fire Coral tree has greeted Brandon students with a message of growth, shelter, and optimism. As our generations of students have grown, the Brandon Tree has grown with them.


Teddy Bear Cancer Foundation supports families living in Santa Barbara, Ventura, and San Luis Obispo counties that have a child with cancer by providing financial, educational, and emotional support.


Provides safety, shelter and support for individuals and families affected by domestic violence and collaborate with community partners to raise awareness regarding the cause, prevalence and impact.


The Wiedemann-Steiner Syndrome Foundation (WSS) serves as the cornerstone of knowledge for individuals affected by the syndrome, their families, physicians, and researchers. Together we advocate for comprehensive research with meaningful discoveries and connect the WSS community through thoughtful engagement.


San Marcos High School is a public high school established in 1958. We are located in Santa Barbara, California. We are accredited through the Western Association of Schools and Colleges, We were named a California Distinguished School in 1994 and 2005. We were also named a Gold Ribbon School in 2015.

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