Orange County Community Foundation

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Thomas House Family Shelter partnered with the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF) and 23 aligned nonprofits for the Help Them Home Giving Day, a collaborative online Giving Day to generate support for individuals and families experiencing homelessness in Orange County. Funds raised for the participating organizations will help offer a …continue reading

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On March 24, the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF) hosted The Future is Working, a collaborative online Giving Day to support 15 nonprofits that offer programs and services to remove barriers to employment, create pathways to success for vulnerable communities, and build a flexible and resilient workforce. OCCF today announced …continue reading

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On February 9, Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF) hosted the fourth annual Love Is Giving Day, a 24-hour collaborative giving day to encourage healthy teen relationships in Orange County. OCCF today announced 416 donors raised $133,082 for eight nonprofits with a shared commitment to support, educate and empower local teens. …continue reading

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The Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF) announced Monica Seely as senior director of marketing & communications, Sharon Johnson as director of people & culture, and Elizabeth McKibbin as the director of gift planning to their leadership team. The addition of these positions reflects OCCF’s commitment to building its capacity to …continue reading

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On September 22, the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF) hosted Igniting Potential– a collaborative giving day to support Orange County’s youth. During the 24-hour online effort, 895 donors contributed $454,218. In a national study conducted by The Jed Foundation and Fluent Research from September through October 2020, six in 10 …continue reading

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On September 1, the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF) hosted Protect & Preserve – a collaborative giving day to support Orange County’s open spaces and marine protected areas. During the 24-hour online effort, 450 donors contributed $144,502. The Orange County community pledged to help protect local open spaces and marine …continue reading

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On August 18, the Orange County Community Foundation will bring together 14 nonprofit Boys & Girls Clubs throughout Orange County for a collaborative 24-hour giving day to raise $200,000.  The Orange County community is still suffering the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, which left the County’s 486,179 students separated from peers and …continue reading

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On July 28, the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF) hosted ImpACT Anaheim– a collaborative Giving Day to support underserved youth and teens in Anaheim. During the 24-hour online effort, 540 donors helped raise $234,021 for organizations offering a range of programs in STEM education, arts, recreation, leadership development, and more. …continue reading

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On July 14, the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF) hosted Preserving Dignity – a collaborative Giving Day for seven nonprofits serving OC’s older adults in need. During the 24-hours online effort, 364 donors helped raise $389,684 for these organizations. The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the lives of millions of Americans, especially …continue reading

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On July 14, the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF) will host Preserving Dignity – a collaborative Giving Day aiming to raise $100,000 for seven nonprofits serving older adults in need throughout Orange County. The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted the lives of millions of Americans, especially the elderly. In Orange County, there …continue reading