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February 2023

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Natalie, an attorney born in Ukraine, and Barry, a retired optometrist who hails from Houston, are leading efforts to find housing and hope for Ukrainian refugees through Project Welcome Ukraine, a nonprofit founded by Natalie. She is also president and on the board of Change for Justice, founded by Barry's niece, Jennifer Moores, to help families navigate the legal system, including Ukrainians, and to push for legislative reforms. When it came to designing and building their dream home, a six-year process from permitting through construction, the couple A FTER WEEKS OF UNRELENTING rain, the day of our photo shoot at the Rancho Santa Fe home of Barry and Natalie Moores dawns bright and clear. Brilliant sunlight streams into their living room through floor- to-ceiling windows and sliding glass doors overlooking the backyard reflecting pools. In the distance, we can see a sliver of shoreline and blue sea. "We are so lucky," I tell them, thrilled that forecasts were correct, a brief break in a series of uncharacteristic Southern California storms. Indulge home At Home With Natalie ranchandcoast.com 54 FEBRUARY 2023 RANCH & COAST MAGAZINE

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