La Jolla restaurants collecting winter jackets for homeless

Beaumont’s in Bird Rock and Brockton Villa in La Jolla are collecting winter jackets between now and Dec. 23 to donate to the Alpha Project for the Homeless.

New or gently used coats and jackets (adult sizes only) are needed. For more information visit

Donate jackets and coats at:

5562 La Jolla Blvd. (Bird Rock), La Jolla
(858) 459-0474

Brockton Villa
1235 Coast Blvd., La Jolla
(858) 454-7397

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