Christina, a homeless student attending Newport Harbor High School (NHHS), lives doubled up with family members. The youth and her sister say goodnight from their living room. Before joining our Promotor Pathway Program, Christina barely ate some days—as she did not qualify for the free lunch program at school.
Project Hope Alliance's 4th Annual Anti Gala on Sunday, May 7, invites our community to drink and dine to end homelessness, and we are extremely excited to announce Jakob Dylan of The Wallflowers as our headlining performer. The Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter will set the beat for the charitable evening by gracing the stage in an intimate acoustic set.
On Saturday, January 21, Project Hope Alliance celebrated the exciting relaunch of the academic component of its Bright Start Program. The three-hour event introduced Imagine Learning, Bright Start's new online learning software, to all participating children and families. Smiles shone throughout Brookhurst Community Center as our young learners and their parents worked and learned together.
High school serves as a transformational period of academic, social, and personal growth, and is challenging enough without added obstacles. For Nick, moving from stability to homelessness during his sophomore year prompted years of struggle and uncertainty. Today, he's a motivated and hardworking college student in Orange County.
(February 9, 2017) -- Project Hope Alliance has announced its 2017 Catalyst of Hope as Newport Harbor High School (NHHS) Principal Sean Boulton, whose partnership with the Costa Mesa-based nonprofit organization and its Promotor Pathway Program celebrate a milestone one-year anniversary this month... (read more)