The homeless are not homogeneous and require a multifaceted approach

Please take a few minutes to read this thoughtful article, which suggests that “one size does not fit all” when addressing the many issues surrounding Orange County’s homeless population. Click

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Use This Time of Year to Help OC’s Homeless Population

Read this inspiring article written by Jean Wegener, Executive Director of Serving People In Need (SPIN) in Costa Mesa. READ MORE HERE

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It’s #Giving Tuesday!  11-28-17

What Is #GivingTuesday? The Orange County Alliance for Just Change is partnering with the national #GivingTuesday movement. #GivingTuesday is your chance to start the holiday season with the spirit of

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Give a Gift with Impact

At this season of Thanksgiving, give a gift with lasting impact. The Orange County Alliance for Just Change (OCAJC) invites you to celebrate what you are grateful for by giving a gift that has meaningful impact on others. Your donation to OCAJC will help us increase awareness, encourage involvement and facilitate greater cooperation as we address the county’s growing homeless (homelessness?) crisis. Consider making your gift to OCAJC in the name of someone you love. We will send that person a note that you have donated in their name along with our signature chrome keychain. All donations are tax deductible. United, we can multiply our blessings.

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South County Faith Leaders Forum

“How Can the Faith Community Help End Homelessness in South Orange County?” A conversation about strengthening our congregations as they answer the call to care for the poor Faith Leaders

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Orange County Cost of Homelessness Study by Dr. David Snow & Rachel Goldberg

Our OC Alliance for Just Change Board Member and UCI Professor Dr. David Snow, with Rachel Goldberg, recently released “Homelessness in Orange County:  the Costs to Our Community.”  Dr. Snow

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OC Alliance Holds First Educational Forum on November 5

The OC Alliance for Just Change held a successful first Educational Forum on November 5. Susan Price (OC Director of Care Coordination), Karen Williams (211), and Brad Fieldhouse (CityNet) were

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