When we walked into a room full of bustling individuals and 3D models of beautifully constructed buildings, we knew we were in the right place. Three Giving Children Hope staff members made a trip out to Newport Beach to host a volunteer event for Gensler associates on Tuesday, May 12.
A couple months ago Angie and her kids moved into their very own apartment. For the first time in their lives, Reese (8) and Lexus (7) have a room they get to call their own. Angie said, “I’m flat broke, but the kids have a room. That was my one
Our desire for each WGYB family is that they would become a stronger and healthier family unit. We hope that one day our families no longer need the assistance that we provide. Today we get the honor of reporting to you one of these success stories. The Lopez family lived
I’m not sure why, but I had a hard time writing this blog. I started in one direction, and I’ve since re-written it about four different times with four different topics. Then I watched the series finale of one of my favorite shows (RIP, Parks & Rec) and what I
GCHope exists because of Volunteers. I know its hard for me to sound sincere about this while writing a blog on GCHope’s website, but it’s 100% accurate. Just think for a second about the 1,100+ backpacks that get filled with 20 pounds of food every single week. It would take
Contact: Carly Visbal Communications Coordinator email@example.com 714-523-4454 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Orange County Nonprofit Website Hacked By Cyber Terrorists Buena Park, Calif. — Giving Children Hope’s website was hacked into on Monday, January 5. No personal or donor information was compromised.The hacker group, self-identifying as a Syrian rebel sympathizers, took over
We are very thankful to have had Best Buy stop buy to volunteer this past Wednesday! Our volunteers help us so much, especially during the holidays. With Christmas approaching in just one week, you could imagine how thankful we are to have a team of enthusiastic volunteers. These excited volunteers
It all began when a GCHope volunteer suggested that her kid’s martial arts studio do a toy drive for GCHope during December. This small idea grew to be a contagious movement throughout the community and turned into a toy, food, and cash drive for the vulnerable children GCHope serves. In
We love seeing how enthusiastic children can be about giving back to the community. When a group of Camp Fire girls came into GCHope, we were stunned by what they did. A group of 12 Camp Fire girls came together to created an amazing food drive in their own community
We love our volunteer groups! Just last week, we had a group of wonderful volunteers from Experian. This group of volunteers went above and beyond what was asked of them. Besides volunteering here at GCHope, the 27 volunteers collectively donated $500 from their own pockets for GCHope! Amazing work, Experian.