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Delylah Tara and Shaun Tara

 

...The victims of the worst child abuse we've ever seen. The Salinas Police Officers Association created the SPOA Victims Fund in response to the deaths of three-year-old Delylah Tara and six-year-old Shaun Tara (above), and the severe injuries suffered by their nine-year-old sister. All were in the care of Tami Joy Huntsman and her 17-year-old male companion.

All the money raised will be used in the most directly beneficial ways possible, with advice from charitable giving experts. PLEASE NOTE: money for funeral expenses is available from the Monterey County District Attorney's Victims of Crime Fund, which is coordinating with the SPOA.

Just click the button above to donate by credit card, debit card or PayPal.

Or if you prefer, you can donate in one of these ways:

1. Mail a check made out to SPOA Victims Fund to:

Central Coast Federal Credit Union
4242 Gigling Rd.
Seaside, CA 93955-6300

2. Or you can make a deposit in person (during business hours) at any of these locations:

Salinas Police Department
222 Lincoln Ave.
Salinas, CA 93901

Central Coast Federal Credit Union, Main branch
4242 Gigling Rd.
Seaside, CA 93955-6300

Central Coast Federal Credit Union, Salinas branch
900 S. Main St.
Salinas, CA 93901

Central Coast Federal Credit Union, Soledad branch
315 Gabilan Drive
Soledad, CA 93960

Central Coast Federal Credit Union, King City branch
510 Canal Street
King City, CA 93930

3. Or you can make a direct transfer to:

SPOA Victims Fund account
Central Coast Federal Credit Union, Main branch
4242 Gigling Rd.
Seaside, CA 93955-6300
Bank routing number: 3211 72 374

Thank you!

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