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GRANTS AWARDED - 2012

Organization Name Project Title/Summary Grant Amount
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County Community-Based Mentoring Program
Match at-risk, disadvantaged children ages six through eighteen with positive adult mentors.
$50,000
Big Canyon Country Club Scholarship Fund
For college scholarships.
$25,000
Campus Crusade for Christ, Inc. Transformation of the Kikuyu
Evangelize and empower one million youth in Central Kenya involved with ethnic violence to become Christ-like disciples by communicating the gospel.
$15,000
Casa Teresa, Inc. General Operating Support
Provide 100 women and babies with temporary shelter, counseling, health/nutrition classes, education and job skills training, and case management.
$20,000
Desert Community Foundation Toscana Country Club Scholarship Fund
For college scholarships.
$25,000
Down Syndrome Foundation of Orange County The Learning Program
Provide students, parents and teachers facing Down Sydrome with educational opportunities, resources, and an academic support network.
$25,000
Dr. Riba’s Health Club Fit Club
Provide an after-school and summer program for youth ages 4-18 in Orange County at risk for childhood obesity and type 2 diabetes that integrates physical activity, nutrition education, and healthy cooking classes.
$3,000
First Tee of Orange County First Tee of Orange County
Provide an educational golf program that builds character, instills life-enhancing values, and promotes healthy choices for young people.
$50,000
Forest Home, Inc. Youth Camperships
Provide financial assistance for 145 students from underserved and disadvantged communities throughout Southern California to attend camp.
$50,000
Friendship Shelter, Inc. Self Sufficiency Program Operating Support
Provide 120 residents with residential shelter, social and health support services; 80 with drug and alcohol recovery services; and 60 with mental health services.
$30,000
Grace Fellowship Church of Costa Mesa Capital Grant for Renovations
For capital renovations.
$50,000
The Lighthouse Outreach, Inc. Renovations - The Lighthouse Outreach Project
For kitchen upgrades in order to better serve those in need with food, clothing and opportunity for a better life.
$24,000
Literacy Project Foundation Get Set Read!™
Provide children in need in Orange County with a literacy program that integrates competition, social interaction, and the principles of phonics to improve reading skills.
$30,000
Mercy House Transitional Living Centers, Inc. Family Services Programs
Provide a system of care for homeless families and families at risk of being homeless to create pathways to stable permanent housing in Orange County.
$40,000
Mika Community Development Corporation Step Up After-School Tutoring
Create and implement a grade-tracking system to enhance students' academic performance; implement a college preparatory program at all grade levels; and increase parental participation in their child's education.
$15,000
New Directions for Women, Inc. Master Plan Phase 1
Capital support to expand into 2 new homes and provide 40 beds for women and families seeking treatment from addiction, witht the plan to expand to 52 beds for Intensive Sober Living.
$1,683,240
Northeast of the Well NEW Children
Double the size of the program to serve 100 at-risk children and their families, bring programs to families in Tustin and Santa Ana, and provide parenting workshops.
$50,000
Ohlhoff Recovery Programs Remove & Replace the Roof
For renovation costs that will assure a safe, water-tight environment for 300 men to pursue recovery and treatment, including mental and spiritual support services, for alcohol and drug abuse.
$50,000
Olive Crest Treatment Centers, Inc. Project Independence
Provide 200 at-risk youth with counseling, tutoring, and life skills classes to help them complete high school, pursue college or a trade school, and develop the skills necessary to build relationships and become self-reliant.
$25,000
Orange County Rescue Mission The Village of Hope
Provide a 18-24 month residental program at the 192-bed transitional living facility to help homeless individuals and families become self-sufficient through counseling, case management, recovery, job/life skills training, parenting and health care.
$10,000
Orangewood Children's Foundation Rising Tide Communities
Provide former foster youth with affordable apartment housing and supportive services in employment, education, personal development, life skills and financial literacy for successful transition to adulthood.
$25,000
Project Access, Inc. Orange County Family Support Program
Help strengthen families and the future of 6,000 Orange County residents through employment-readiness services, access to health services and education, and after-school tutoring and enrichment activities for youth.
$25,000
Project Dignity Bumper to Bumper
Distribute 160,000 pounds of food to homeless families living in 22 motels in Orange County, Provide 30 senior/disabled citizens with daily meals, and provide 10 families with financial assistance to move into apartments.
$10,000
Project HOPE School Foundation Project HOPE Academic Success Program
Provide 150 homeless students with transportation to and from school each day, safe, comprehensive after-school care, violin and cello lessons, and 50 students with off-site academic programs and counseling/life skills classes.
$25,000
Serving People In Need, Inc. Guided Assistance to Permanent Placement
Provide wrap-around case management services and move-in support (first month's rent and deposit) to 89 individuals who are homeless or at extreme risk of becoming homeless.
$20,000
Someone Cares Soup Kitchen Someone Cares Hunger Relief Program
Provide 300 nutritious meals daily, hygiene and necessity items, and after-school academic support for 45 at-risk students grades K-4.
$7,000
THINK Together Shalimar College Preparation Program
Provide over 150 students at Shalimar Teen Center with online Algebra, SAT and ACT preparation programs, college field trips, and individualized tutoring.
$25,000
Teen Challenge of Southern California The After School Learning Center
Upgrade hardware and software utilized for homework help, purchase books for participants as part of the on site library, and assist with the purchase of backpacks and other program related homework supplies.
$15,000
Teen Leadership Foundation Mentoring Support Liaison
Coordinate and match 75 volunteer mentors as a result of a 3 day Teen Leadership Camp (TLC).
$15,000
You Are Special Fresh Rescue Food Pantry Program
Purchase, collect and distribute food to homeless and low income families and individuals who come from Orange, El Modena, Santa Ana, Tustin, Villa Park and Anaheim.
$2,000
Young Life Latino Student and Caperneum Project
Provide young people with intellectual and developmental disabilities the chance to experience camp/club activities, develop friendships, and build self-esteem, while modeling Christ's unconditional love and acceptance.
$25,000

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