As another school year begins, Orange County Rescue Mission’s Village of Hope is joining the thousands of California households that will start the school year at home with distance learning for all school-age children.
Like the many challenges that we have all faced with the pandemic, we are again shifting our programs and facilities to do an even better job of accommodating 61 kids who will be starting school at “home” on August 13!
Please click here to watch the video and learn more. We need your support to make sure our homeless kids don’t fall behind in school. Thank you!
Creating an educational program for homeless kids is the kind of challenge that many donors, corporations, and foundations would like to be part of meeting.
If you, or anyone you know, would like to get a better understanding of Orange County Rescue Mission’s need for funding, please click here for more detailed information and a brief document to download. Again, thank you!