Ocean Park Standoff Helps San Diego Charity


Ocean Park Standoff's song "Good News" inspired a daily segment that airs daily on Jesse Lozano in the Morning.  The world is a crazy place, now more than ever we need to highlight GOOD NEWS and look for the positive in life.  

Jesse's daily feature took on even greater meaning when Hollywood Records' Ocean Park Standoff offered to spread more good news with a donation to a local person or organization doing good things in San Diego.  The morning show accepted entries from listeners for two weeks, then gathered a small panel of judges to select the recipient.

The entry submitted by Michael's House really struck a cord with the team because the organization works hard to make sure that their residents are happy and that they truly feel like they have a home.  They explained that they hadn't been able to use their stove top to cook meals for their 12 adult residents since last year and that getting their old stove replaced would be a huge help.  

Ocean Park Standoff's Samantha Ronson, Pete Nappi and Ethan Thompson got a chance to meet Rhea Tablor from Michael's House during an in-studio interview with Jesse Lozano in the Morning on July 24, 2017 where they learned first-hand how their contribution of a $2,000 stove top would impact this amazing organization. 

Michael’s House is a large facility in Ramona, CA at 2120 San Vicente Road.  Michael’s House is an Adult Residential Facility that provides 24-hour, non-medical care for adults ages 18 through 59, who are unable to provide for their own daily needs. The residents in this facility are physically handicapped, developmentally disabled, and/or mentally disabled.

Michael’s House aims to provide a safe, nurturing and caring environment to its participants in a community-style setting. 


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