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La Jolla home sale could benefit ‘Baby Izaiah’

If sold for its asking price, Baby Izaiah’s family will benefit.  Photo: NBCSanDiego.com
If sold for its asking price, Baby Izaiah’s family will benefit. Photo: NBCSanDiego.com

By R. Stickney

NBCSanDiego.com

If a La Jolla mansion sells for its asking price of $15.9 million, the owners pledge to share some of the money with a charity helping injured North County boy Izaiah Wallis.

Realtors, Prudential California Realty’s Luxury Home Group, announced the event saying that a portion of the proceeds will go to Passion 4 K.I.D.S. in support of the child known to many San Diegans as “Baby Izaiah.” The Vista toddler was blinded and paralyzed after a drunk-driving teenager struck him and his grandfather in Oceanside.

To take part, stop by Saturday, July 23, 1 - 3 p.m. or Sunday, July 24, 1 - 3 p.m. at 1536 Kearsarge Road in La Jolla.

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