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United Way program entices landlords in Orange County to rent to homeless people with housing vouchers

By Theresa Walker / Orange County Register Originally published in Orange County Register. Incentives are part of the WelcomeHomeOC effort…

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United to End Homelessness Mural

Can a mural in a Costa Mesa church parking lot sway public opinion on homelessness?

By Theresa Walker / Orange County Register Photo by Mindy Schauer / Orange County Register/SCNG Originally published in Orange County…

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New Costa Mesa mural seeks to raise awareness and inspire solutions to help O.C.’s homeless population

By Bradley Zint / Daily Pilot Photo by Spencer Grant / Daily Pilot Originally published in the Daily Pilot. Local…

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Orange County Homeless Get Game-Changing Help Via GoFundMe Patrons

By John Cádiz Klemack / NBC Los Angeles Originally published in NBC LA. Some in Orange County are using GoFundMe…

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‘House 30’ campaign close to goal that could pay off in more help for homelessness fight

By Staff Reporter / Orange County Register Originally published in Orange County Register. Orange County’s United to End Homelessness group…

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United Way CEO hikes 5 miles — and then some — in Orange County’s 34 cities, to get to know the communities she serves

By Susan Christian Goulding / Orange County Register Originally published in Orange County Register. Garden Grove Mayor Steve Jones marveled…

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$2.9 million awarded for United Way program to end veteran homelessness in Orange County

A recent $2.9 million award from the state will support special outreach to veterans. By Theresa Walker / Orange County…

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On CBS News: Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris Presents $2.9 Million Check to House Orange County’s Homeless Veterans

Watch the 30-second news clip video showcasing Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris presenting the $2.9M check for the WelcomeHomeOC Program to Susan B. Parks, Orange County…

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CISOSHARE Partners with Orange County United Way to Launch Innovative Cyber Security Training Program

The program is aimed at reducing both the skills gap in Orange County and addressing the cyber security resource shortage.…

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Chargers and Orange County United Way Celebrate Character Playbook

By Hayley Elwood / Los Angeles Chargers News Originally published in Los Angeles Chargers News. The cheers that echoed through…

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OCSD teams with United Way to expose Garden Grove high school students to career paths

By Greg Hardesty / Behind the Badge OCSD Originally published in Behind the Badge. The rumbling of the helicopter blades slicing through…

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In darkness, volunteers fan out to count homeless and find light

By David Whiting / Orange County Register Photo by Kevin Sullivan / Orange County Register Originally published in Orange County…

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Over 3,400 Homeless People on OC Streets, According to Initial Headcount

By Spencer Custodio / Voice of OC Photo by Jessica Ruiz / Voice of OC Originally published in Voice of…

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Volunteers work to count Orange County’s homeless population

By Ben Brazil / Los Angeles Times Daily Pilot Photo by Raul Roa / Los Angeles Times Daily Pilot Originally published in…

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More than 1,500 counted so far in Orange County homeless census

By Theresa Walker / Orange County Register Photo by Bill Alkofer / Orange County Register Originally published in Orange County…

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Costa Mesa may buy West 17th Street property for homeless shelter

Article and Photo By Alicia Robinson / Orange County Register Originally published in Orange County Register. Costa Mesa could become…

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We Are United to End Homelessness in Orange County

For 95 years, Orange County United Way has improved people’s lives by focusing the caring power of our amazing community on its most critical needs.…

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Solving Homelessness Is a Good Business Decision

By Steve Churm, EVP Public Affairs, FivePoint Holdings LLC / Lawrence R. Armstrong, CEO, Ware Malcomb Originally published in Orange…

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How Orange County took big steps in 2018 to address homelessness

By Theresa Walker / Orange County Register Photo by Bill Alkofer, Orange County Register/SCNG Originally posted on the Orange County Register.…

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Orange County nonprofit hopes new program can encourage landlords to house homeless

By Ben Brazil / Los Angeles Times Photo by Gary Coronado, Los Angeles Times Originally posted on the Los Angeles…

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Love All Neighbors: It’s the Way to End Homelessness

By Voices Contributors John R. Steward and Mark Davis Originally posted on the Christian Post. It's no secret that Orange County…

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Pushing hard to change public perception

By Theresa Walker / Orange County Register Originally posted on the Orange County Register. Launching a multi-pronged initiative to raise…

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Orange County portrait: Low wages, child poverty, costly housing

By Margot Roosevelt / Orange County Register Photo by Mindy Schauer, Orange County Register/SCNG Originally posted on the Orange County…

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GGUSD and Orange County United Way Team Up to Offer Summer Internship Program

Originally posted in the Garden Grove Unified School District News. More than 40 Garden Grove Unified School District students are…

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Farmland in Stanton? Community garden offers a place to grow

By Susan Christian Goulding / Orange County Register Originally posted on the Orange County Register. A little after sunrise on…

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Food stamps can make the difference for struggling O.C. families, many of them working

By Susan B. Parks / Los Angeles Times' Daily Pilot Originally posted on the Los Angeles Times’ Daily Pilot. Health,…

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United Way programs help Anaheim students with math, English and computer science

By Jessica Peralta / Los Angeles Times' Daily Pilot Originally posted on the Los Angeles Times' Daily Pilot. Every morning…

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Status Update: Free Tax Prep campaign helped 19,000 get $16.3 million in returns

By Staff Report / Orange County Register Originally posted on the Orange County Register. Here's a little update from the…

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Working but still struggling? Here’s a tax credit that might help you

By Margot Roosevelt / Orange County Register Originally posted on the Orange County Register. Patricia Lara, 39, makes $35,000 a…

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What can the Orange County in Florida teach its West Coast counterpart about homelessness? Plenty, says one advocate

By Theresa Walker / Orange County Register Originally posted on the Orange County Register. IRVINE — The way Andrae Bailey…

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Tax reform should expand, not eliminate, benefits for struggling Orange County families

By Sue Parks / Orange County Register Originally posted on the Orange County Register. The current economic expansion is among…

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road to graduation

A community, working together, can help more students cross the stage at graduation

By Max Gardner / Orange County Register Originally posted on the Orange County Register. It’s late spring and nothing captures…

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Children and Families Forum and Fair in Rancho Santa Margarita

On October 22 2016, join the Orange County Children's Partnership and Orange County United Way to celebrate the 2016 Children…

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Report: Hundreds of thousands in Orange County are struggling financially

By Margot Roosevelt / OC Registers's Staff Writer. With balmy weather and low unemployment, Orange County may be a fine…

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OC United Way Report Shows ‘Tale Of Two Counties’

Click here to read the article on OC Register's website. One year into fully funding a 10-year plan to make…

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Shelter Offers First Step On Path To Independent, Productive Lives

The Orange County Board of Supervisors will soon decide the fate of a proposed homeless multi-service center and year-round emergency…

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UCI, United Way Launch OC Working Together

Campus summit kicks off collaborative campaign to address needs of county’s less privileged residents UCI and the Orange County United…

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O.C. Faces Bifurcated Threat: Inequality And Insufficient Housing

By most accounts, Orange County’s economy has recovered from the Great Recession. Jobs are on the rise, and home prices…

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Tax Credits Boost Low-income Families

Read this article on the OC Register websiteRead this article on the OC Register website Published: June 14, 2015This past…

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