We are proud to announce that we have partnered with Jamboree Housing Corporation to expand our services to Wesley Village, a unique multi-use urban campus in Garden Grove. The multigenerational affordable housing community will offer educational, social, and health services to residents, as well as the larger community.
Giving back is now simpler than ever. You can do good while you do your everyday shopping. Gift cards are an impactful, cherished way to support our kids and families, and Amazon, Ralphs, Rite Aid, and Charity Charge all have easy ways that allow you to donate a percentage of your purchase or round up for charity. Here are five effortless ways to give the gift of hope and join us in ending the cycle of homelessness, one child at a time.
(August 1, 2017) -- The Newport Beach-based Decorative Arts Society recently gave more than $175,000 to local nonprofits during a luncheon at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach. Recipients included the Costa Mesa-based Down Syndrome Assn. of Orange County, Project Hope Alliance and Youth Employment Service... (read more)
On Saturday, July 22, an amazing group of volunteers—from kids to adults—joined us in launching Houses for Change, a new hope-filled service opportunity with Project Hope Alliance! Together at our office, we decorated house-shaped cardboard boxes to be used to collect change for the kids and families we serve
(July 26, 2017) -- Project Hope Alliance, a Costa Mesa-based nonprofit that helps homeless children, will hold a backpack "happy hour" event Aug. 3 at Project Hope's office at 1954 Placentia Ave. From 4:30 to 7 p.m., volunteers can organize items that will be used in a donation drive. To RSVP, visit projecthopealliance.org/summerserve... (read more)
(July 13, 2017) -- Project Hope Alliance, a Costa Mesa-based nonprofit that aids homeless children, will have its "Houses for Change" party from 2 to 4 p.m. July 22 at its offices at 1954 Placentia Ave., Suite 202. Participants will decorate house-shaped cardboard boxes that will be used to collect change... (read more)
For Jane, a homeless sophomore student attending Newport Harbor High School (NHHS), living doubled up in a two-bedroom apartment with her mother, her two siblings, her uncle, her cousin, and another tenant caused strain and stress on her education. With a little hope, she is now making strides at school.