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ACF Insights & Impact

On September 29, ACF hosted a virtual “Insights & Impact” event to share highlights from its community assessment efforts this past year. Thanks to our Event Sponsor, Disneyland Resort and Evaluation Sponsor, Samueli Foundation.

The event led with a video celebrating a year of community impact.

ACF Executive Director, John Guastaferro and ACF Board Chair, Kim Chips shared an overview of its community impact, and results of surveys with community organizations, clients/individuals, and stakeholder focus groups.

ACF also shared results from its Rapid Response & Recovery Grant Program. Thanks to $4 million from the City of Anaheim, ACF partnered with 76 nonprofit organizations to provide over 3.4 million meals, 22,000 support and consulting services, and numerous other vital services.

Beyond pandemic efforts, ACF shared data from its comprehensive assessment surveys with 100 community organizations and over 2,000 clients receiving services. 

You can read through the highlights in the slide deck here.

What are some of the key takeaways?  

  1. We learned that community-based organizations in Anaheim were incredibly nimble and agile in adapting their service models to meet the new challenges presented by the pandemic, to address what their clients needed the most at that point in time;
  2. We saw collaborations across sectors and organizations like we had never seen before in Anaheim—and it was highly effective.  In fact, one of the positive things that came out of this very trying time was finding a way for us all to work better together for the well-being of our community;
  3. Community-based organizations would not have been able to do all the good they were able to do during this timeframe without additional sources of funding, from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors;
  4. There is a real concern about what will happen when these additional sources of funding go away.  Organizations are worried that they may have to scale back the services they have been providing to their clients, despite the ongoing need.

What’s next?

Moving forward, it will be crucial that we ALL continue to collaborate – not in response to crisis – but in a proactive intentional way. To foster continued dialogue and cross-sector collaboration throughout Anaheim, ACF will be announcing Action Planning Groups in the coming months. We look forward to your involvement.

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ACF Partners with OCCF for “ImpACT Anaheim” Giving Day

24-Hour Fundraiser Seeks to Raise $90K for Nonprofits Providing Programs and Services for Underserved Youth and Teens

Anaheim, Calif. (July 15, 2021)The Anaheim Community Foundation will partner with the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF) on July 28 for ImpACT Anaheim– a collaborative Giving Day to support underserved youth and teens in Anaheim. The 24-hour online effort aims to raise $90,000 for 10 nonprofits offering a range of programs in STEM education, arts, recreation, leadership development, and more.

Per a 2019 U.S. Census report, Orange County boasts more than 689,000 youth aged 17 and younger. Of that number, 84,000 live in Anaheim, equating to 24% of the City’s population.[1] This Giving Day is an opportunity for donors to collectively support the nonprofit organizations providing the tools and resources necessary for Orange County’s youth to receive vital support – especially during a time where their everyday way of life has been uprooted.  

In 2020, ACF spearheaded the efforts for ImpACT Anaheim Giving Day to raise $86,020 with the help of 393 donors, surpassing its collective goal of $75,000. ACF raised $19,835 for its Youth Program Scholarship Fund and Helping Hands grant program.

In addition to ACF, other participating organizations include Anaheim Ballet, Anaheim Family YMCA, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County, Chance Theater, Girls Inc. of Orange County, Higher Ground Youth & Family Services, Love Anaheim, Pure Game, and Voice of Refugees.

“With the funds donated during the ImpACT Anaheim Giving Day, our up-and-coming youth will participate in essential programs they have lacked since the onset of the pandemic,” said Shelley Hoss, president and CEO of the Orange County Community Foundation. “We are proud to lead this collaborative initiative to help alleviate the barriers for underserved Anaheim youth and teenagers.”

“As Executive Director of the Anaheim Community Foundation, I am drive by our focus in building a foundation of opportunity for all in Anaheim,” said John Guastaferro, Executive Director of the Anaheim Community Foundation. “Our ImpACT Anaheim is a fantastic way to help Anaheim youth…today, tomorrow, and always.”

To give online during the 24-hour Giving Day, please visit For more information about Orange County Community Foundation Collaborative Giving Days, please visit

About Anaheim Community Foundation

The Anaheim Community Foundation is non-profit public benefit corporation established in 1984. The Foundation supports a broad base of programs, services, organizations, and facilities that enrich the lives of Anaheim residents. A volunteer Board of Directors provides leadership and manages donations to ensure they are returned to the community to meet vital community needs. For more information, visit

About Orange County Community Foundation

Founded in 1989, the Orange County Community Foundation (OCCF) works with donors, strengthens the local nonprofit sector and works to find solutions to community needs. Since its inception, OCCF has awarded nearly $780 million in grants and scholarships, placing the organization in the top two percent in grantmaking among U.S. community foundations. For more information, visit oc-cf.orgor call 949-553-4202. Be a part of our conversation on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. View OCCF’s 2020 annual report here.

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2020 Impact Report

This past year has been anything but ordinary. In the light of crisis and disconnectedness, the Anaheim Community Foundation (ACF) has served as a beacon of hope for thousands. From pandemic relief to numerous community initiatives, 2020 has been a year of response, recovery and resilience.

We can’t do this alone. Thanks to the support of our generous donors, volunteers, supporters, and residents, ACF continues to put its mission into action to build community through people, partnerships, and pride.

We are pleased to release our 2020 Impact Report. Read more about how your support, and the support of all of our partners, has been the driving force of our progress in 2020.

Pandemic Relief

Since the rise of the pandemic in March 2020, the Anaheim Community Foundation has provided philanthropic outreach thanks to generous funding for $4 million from the City of Anaheim.

ACF launched a Rapid Response Grant program in April 2020, followed by several grant cycle focused on recovery and emerging needs. In total, ACF awarded grants to 76 nonprofit organizations working on the frontlines to help kids, families, seniors, and others struggling amid the pandemic. ACF also supported the work of Anaheim’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) through our ACF Community Emergency Assistance Fund.

Together, we have provided over 1.2 million meals, over 93,000 food and grocery boxes, and numerous other supplies and resources to people of every age and background. Our focus has been on initial response for the most critical needs, followed by expanded services to address emerging needs.


  • Grab-n-go meals
  • Food pantries
  • Groceries
Household supplies
  • Hygiene kits
  • Transportation
  • Motel vouchers


  • Continued food distribution
  • PPE safety gear
  • Grocery gift cards
  • Mental health / counseling
  • Distance learning
  • Micro-neighborhood programs

We continue to share stories of response, recovery, and resilience through our ACF social medial channels. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram to see these stories in action.

ACF Awards Recovery Grants to 57 Grantees

November 25, 2020 – Thanks to funding from the City of Anaheim, the Anaheim Community Foundation announces its latest round of grants to 57 nonprofit organizations to aid in pandemic recovery efforts.

These grants will propel efforts started in April 2020 when ACF launched its Response & Recovery Grant Program. To date, ACF has administered over $3.75 million in grants to 76 total organizations, and supported the work of Anaheim’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC) through ACF’s Emergency Assistance Fund.

The latest round of Recovery Grants launched with a call for proposals Oct. 8 through Oct. 21. Out of 81 submitted proposals, 57 were selected for funding, which includes 11 new organizations. Grants totaling $970,700 are focused in the following areas:

  • Food insecurity (including meals, grocery boxes, grocery vouchers)
  • Support services (including counseling, information/referrals, distance learning and/or after-school support, mentoring, job training)
  • Safety and security (including personal protective equipment, hygiene supplies, cleaning supplies, motel vouchers, gas/transportation)

Recovery Grantees (November 2020)

2-1-1 Orange CountyBuild capacity to manage the intake of calls, texts, and emails from callers in need in Anaheim during this pandemic.$25,000
Access Anaheim – Carbon Creek ShoresSecure PPE, cleaning supplies and gift cards for needy residents at Carbon Creek Shores.$5,320
Access California ServicesDelivery of the services as well as grocery store vouchers for eligible Anaheim residents.$10,000
AltaMed Health Services Corp.Distribute PPE, including masks, and travel-size hand sanitizers to the low-income patients of AltaMed’s Anaheim clinic site.$10,000
Alzheimer’s Orange CountyProvide Anaheim seniors with sanitizer, bottles, gloves, masks and other PPE supplies.$10,000
Anaheim Family YMCAFood and meal distribution to residents in Anaheim neighborhoods in Anaheim.$60,000
Anaheim Union High School DistrictProvide Anaheim families with safety and hygiene items, including baby supplies, PPE, cleaning supplies, bus passes, grocery gift cards, clothing, meals, headphones, and school supplies.$50,000
Assistance League of AnaheimSupport Anaheim students in need of headsets and microphones.$5,000
Boys and Girls ClubsSupport for food distribution and distance learning.$50,000
Bracken’s KitchenSupport delivery, access, and preparation of food resources in Anaheim.$20,000
Breast Cancer AngelsProvide assistance to Anaheim women and men with breast cancer breast cancer experiencing barriers during the pandemic.$10,000
Caterina’s ClubSupport access, delivery, and preparation of meals to needy kids and families.$22,500
Chef Martin Guerrero FoundationPrepare and distribute meals, nutrition and cooking classes, and relief aid events for low-income Anaheim families.$10,000
Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)Provide provide timely COVID-19 information and resources to low-income Anaheim families and students.$5,000
Community Action Partnership of Orange CountyPurchase and distribute food boxes and grocery vouchers to families at Anaheim Indepencia Family Resource Center who are struggling with getting enough to eat because of the economic crisis brought on by the pandemic.$25,000
Community Health Initiative of Orange County (CHIOC)Provide information and resources to help residents with healthcare and social service benefits and referrals to food distribution, employment assistance, and other resources.$5,000
Delivering With Dignity – MoonridgeWork with restaurant partners and volunteer drivers to provide meals to the most vulnerable in Anaheim.$5,000
Eli Home, Inc.  – ESCRI East Street Community Renewal InitiativeFamily counseling, food, clothing, and household supply bags for families in need.$20,000
Families ForwardFood and safety net services to at-risk, food insecure Anaheim families.$10,000
Food FindersSupport the purchase of crucial food items, fruits and vegetables, to deliver as food boxes to those in need in Anaheim.$5,000
Give for a Smile“Promotoras” to provide assistance to low and middle-income families dealing with crisis and seeking support service programs.$5,000
Giving Children HopeProvide food, basic needs items, and parental support to vulnerable families in Anaheim.$10,000
Grace Social and Medical ServicesAddress food insecurity, workforce navigation, and social services for Anaheim families.$20,000
Higher Ground Youth & Family ServicesAfter school program support; and PPE youth, families, staff, and volunteers.$30,000
Hospitality Training AcademyMeals for the families of hospitality and food service workers who live and work in Anaheim.$35,000
Illumination FoundationConnect clients in family emergency shelters, micro-communities, and site apartments to resources for food, utilities, PPE, and household items.$15,000
Innovative Housing Opportunities, Inc.Provide critical resources such as groceries, PPE, gas and transportation assistance to low-income seniors .$15,000
Jamboree Housing CorporationSupport safety, food distribution, and support services at three affordable housing communities.$10,000
Love Anaheim – JMh – Anaheim Foundation Inc.Volunteers, leaders, and staff to provide physical and emotional support, grocery/food gift cards, hygiene kits, and personal visits/calls.$45,000
Lutheran Social Services of Southern CaliforniaHelp vulnerable households in Anaheim with food boxes, hygiene items, gloves, masks, PPE, cleaning supplies, transportation vouchers, access to essential services, and financial assistance.$20,000
Meals on Wheels OCMeal preparation, delivery, and outreach to the Anaheim senior population.$60,000
Mercy House Living CentersAssist formerly homeless residents and those with limited incomes and Coronavirus-related job losses through Mercy House’s support programs.$15,000
Miracles for KidsSupport Miracles for Kids’ Wellness Program, which focuses on the emotional impact that childhood illness has on children affected by disease and the family unit as a whole.$10,000
MOMS Orange CountyProvide financial assistance to new moms for necessities including food, baby supplies, household goods, cleaning supplies, and hygiene items.$5,000
Muzeo Museum and Cultural CenterSupport isolated seniors during the pandemic through virtual art, self-expression, and connection with others.$5,000
Orange County Conservation CorpsSupport youth actively engaged in training, employment, and educational programs, and projects to benefit the community.$20,000
Pirchei ShoshanimFood procurement, preparation and delivery to Anaheim residents in need.$5,000
Project AccessHelp isolated families with food, distance learning, referrals and application help for rental assistance programs, and volunteer-led wellness checks.$10,000
Project Hope AllianceHelp motel families with case management and basic needs, including groceries, hygiene, school supplies, clothing, gift cards.$15,000
Radiant Health CentersHealth and nutrition services and meals tailored to those experience health challenges.$5,000
Renewable FarmsFresh produce for seniors and low-income families.$5,000
Salvation Army Orange CountyProvide safety through electrostatic sprayers as part of the Red Shield Distance Learning Program.$13,000
Santa Ana College FoundationProvide low-income Anaheim-based students with support for textbooks, basic necessities, and groceries.$10,000
Saviors Road (dba Charity on Wheels)Help those struggling with homelessness with access to showers, transportation, meals and groceries, and other support.$5,000
Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County, Inc.Food for 60 distribution sites in Anaheim$60,000
Seneca Family of AgenciesTherapeutic support for youth during the pandemic through guided animal intervention therapy.$5,000
Sight and Sketches Project – OneOCFamily care packages with hygiene products, PPE, cleaning and disinfecting supplies, and bilingual resources to free local mental health clinics, free clinics, and free after-school resources.$12,880
Southern California Hospice FoundationGrocery gift cards to homebound hospice patients and their families in the Anaheim Area so that they can purchase meat and produce.$10,000
Special Service for Groups, Inc.PPE, hygiene kits, grocery gift cards, and case management support.$5,000
StandUp for Kids, Orange CountyHelp at risk youth and families with food, financial support, mentoring and tutoring.$25,000
Sudanese American AssociationGroceries and meal distribution.$5,000
United Across Borders FoundationSupport food distribution in needy Anaheim neighborhoods.$10,000
United Cerebral Palsy Association of Orange County Inc.Support child patient safety by providing PPE to caregivers, child development specialists, and pediatric therapists.$5,000
Vietnamese Community Actions for Resources & EmpowermentProvide fresh meal for Anaheim residents, many of whom are elderly, unemployed, isolated, and experiencing poverty during the pandemic.$5,000
Vineyard Christian Fellowship (Vineyard Anaheim)Food pantries, food packages, and senior delivery across Anaheim.$60,000
Voice of RefugeesFood support, family counseling, and job training.$12,000
Women’s Transitional Living CenterSupport services and counseling for domestic violence survivors.$5,000

ACF Awards $1.35 million in Response & Recovery Grants to 54 Nonprofits

June 28, 2020 – The Anaheim Community Foundation has announced $1.35 million in grants to 54 nonprofit organizations to support response and recovery efforts in Anaheim. These new grants extend support started in April when ACF launched a “Rapid Response” Grant Program that provided $1.45 million in grants to 40 nonprofit organizations to address immediate needs facing residents due to the COVID-19 crisis.

The newest round of Response & Recovery Grants are focused on emerging needs facing youth, families, seniors, and others with limited access/resources. These include food/meal distribution; household and hygiene supplies; Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); groceries; gas/transportation; distance learning programs; and information/support services.

ACF thanks the Anaheim City Council for allocating $3 million to ACF since March as part of the city’s $15 million Economic Recovery Plan. It has enabled ACF to lead philanthropic outreach efforts and support the work of Anaheim’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC).

To date, ACF has awarded over $2.8 million in grants to 65 individual organizations providing vital support to Anaheim residents in need.

Response and Recovery Grantees

ACF’s new Response & Recovery Grants total $1,354,950 to advance the work of 54 nonprofit organizations (both previous grantees and new applicants). This will provide a variety of support and services throughout Anaheim over the next two to six months.

Meals on Wheels OCContinue Grab & Go food distribution for seniors$135,000
Anaheim Family YMCAPre-packaged meals for adults transported into neighborhoods $120,000
L.A. Hospitality Training AcademyMeals for Anaheim food and service workers with lack of resources$100,000
Boys and Girls ClubsMeals and mental health support for youth and families$75,000
Anaheim Union High School DistrictHelp families with lack of resources, including baby supplies, PPE, groceries, food, gas$50,000
Vineyard Anaheim ChurchExpand mobile pantries to under-resourced areas$50,000
Higher GroundContinue food and grocery distribution program at Lincoln park$49,350
Caterina’s ClubMeal preparation and pantry packs to agency partners to feed Anaheim children$45,000
Love AnaheimContinue providing volunteer “care partners” and personal supply kits for partners and residents$38,000
City NetConnect homeless to resources, shelter/ housing, and long-term placements$37,500
Community Action Partnership of OC Food boxes, grocery vouchers, supplies for low-income families $37,500
Second Harvest Food BankFood distribution throughout Anaheim $37,500
Lutheran Social Services of SoCalFood, gas, hygiene products & bus passes for families in need$36,000
211 Orange CountyCritical information and referral services for thousands of Anaheim residents $35,000
Voice of Refugees, Inc.Food/meal distribution and youth summer programming$35,000
Grandma’s House of HopeFood and supplies for homeless women$30,000
The Priority Center Support Anaheim residents in serious need of mental health supportive care$25,000
Family Promise of OCShelter, food, groceries, gas, and support to help the unemployed transition from homelessness$20,000
Girl Scouts of Orange CountyLeadership packs and virtual summer camp for Anaheim girls$20,000
Project Hope AllianceOutreach to Anaheim motel families for educational and technology needs during the school year$20,000
Sudanese American Assoc.Food support for families$20,000
AltaMed Health Services PPE safety supplies and hand sanitizer for the low-income patients $18,000
Community Health Initiative of OC (CHIOC)Information/referrals to safety net programs like CalFresh and Medi-Cal$18,000
Girls IncSupHERvision enrichment program for at-risk and underserved girls $18,000
Alzheimer’s Orange CountyFood and PPE supplies for Anaheim seniors$15,000
Delivering With Dignity (Moonridge Foundation)Collaborative program with nonprofits, restaurants/food providers to feed vulnerable families in Anaheim$15,000
Grace Medical & Social ServicesFood for families with limited access to resources$15,000
Illumination FoundationTo help with PPE safety supplies for shelter residents$15,000
WTLC (Women’s Transitional Living Center)PPE, supportive services, food, transportation, and essentials for survivors and their families$15,000
Bracken’s KitchenFood/meal preparation, produce, and dairy products for Anaheim distribution programs$12,500
ESCRIBilingual program materials, supplies, and classes/counseling for residents near the East Anaheim Corridor$12,500
ChrysalisJob assistance and referrals to help people come out of poverty and into the workforce$10,000
Emilio Nares FoundationTransportation for low-income Anaheim children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses$10,000
FristersHelp teenage parents build healthy and stable lives through Connect to Success program and Learning Boxes for preschoolers$10,000
Give for a Smile“Promotoras” providing support and information in low-income Anaheim families$10,000
Giving Children HopeWeekly food to Anaheim families who are food insecure$10,000
GOALSDistance learning and food distribution service projects.$10,000
Miracles for KidsContinue food and supplies for critically-ill children$10,000
MOMS Orange CountyGroceries, baby necessities, phone cards, and bus passes for pregnant/new mothers in need$10,000
Project AccessFood, supplies, and services to low-income Anaheim residents $10,000
Radiant Health CentersFood and mental health services for people with health limitations$10,000
Santa Ana College FoundationVouchers to help low-income Anaheim students$10,000
StandUp for KidsTutoring, groceries, supplies, and support to Anaheim students$10,000
TGR FoundationSTEM enrichment programming to underrepresented youth in Anaheim$8,500
Anaheim Alana ClubFood distribution to seniors, homeless and those with limited access$8,000
Big Brother Big Sisters of Orange CountySupport mentees, mentors and families to fill distance learning gaps$7,500
Access Anaheim, Inc. dba Carbon Creek ShoresCleaning/sanitizing supplies, personal care items, and gift cards for low-income and impaired adults$5,600
Special Service for Groups, Inc.Food/grocery gift cards to help Anaheim residents facing barriers and instability$5,500
Access California ServicesFood vouchers for low-income Anaheim residents$5,000
Muzeo Museum and Cultural CenterSafely connect isolated seniors to the arts and creativity$5,000
Renewable FarmsGrowing and distributing fresh produce to Anaheim residents in need$5,000
Southern California Hospice FoundationPPE safety supplies for Anaheim hospice workers$5,000
United Across Borders FoundationFood distribution in low-income neighborhoods.$5,000
Veterans Legal InstituteLegal support services for Anaheim-based veterans.$5,000

ACF Raises $19,835 to Support Anaheim Youth

On June 17, ACF led ImpACT Anaheim Giving Day, a collaborative 24-hour campaign with nine organizations to support Anaheim’s underserved youth. Together, we raised $86,020 with the help of 393 donors, surpassing our collective goal of $75,000! Thank you to our fellow Anaheim-based nonprofits for joining us:

Because of you, ACF engaged 94 donors and raised $19,835 to support Anaheim youth

To the 94 donors who supported ACF, your generosity helped ACF raise $19,835 for our Youth Program Scholarship Fund and Helping Hands grant program. This will have a direct impact on Anaheim youth and teens in the coming months. 

On behalf of all the youth we serve and organizations we support, thank you for believing in our cause to enrich the lives of all our residents.

2020 ImpACT Anaheim Giving Day: June 17th

The Anaheim Community Foundation along with nine of our fellow nonprofit organizations are coming together to raise $75,000 to support the underserved youth of Anaheim.

This year’s participating nonprofits provide an array of services and programs to the city of Anaheim and its youth. These include:

Learn more about these nonprofits and donate visit:

Follow and share our event on Facebook to get live updates on the day of the event.

ACF awards over $1.4 million to help youth, families, and seniors in need

Each day we are seeing amazing stories of our community coming together to help one another through the COVID-19 crisis. The Anaheim Community Foundation (ACF) is here to support our nonprofits on the frontlines and address emerging needs in our city.

As part of $2 million in funding approved by Anaheim’s City Council on March 26, ACF launched a Rapid Response Grant Program to provide immediate financial support to nonprofits working on the frontlines to help kids, families, seniors and others struggling amid the coronavirus crisis. Thus far, ACF has awarded funding in the amount $1,452,500 to 40 nonprofits.

  • In the first round of funding, ACF has awarded $1,085,000 in grants to 18 nonprofits
  • In the second round of funding, ACF awarded $312,500 to 17 more nonprofits
  • In the third round, ACF awarded $55,000 to 5 additional nonprofits

With the success of ACF’s Rapid Response Grant program, City Council approved on May 5 an additional $1 million for ACF. These funds, in addition of the remaining funds, will help ACF mobilize more grant opportunities and address needs identified through the city’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC).

ACF is holding a Call for Proposals May 29 through June 12 for a new round of response and recover grants. Read more here.

“Our mission has never been clearer. We know people are struggling with daily needs, job losses and the stress of these challenging times. But they are not alone. These grants and those to come will help Anaheim get through this together,” said Ed Munson, Board Chair of the Anaheim Community Foundation.

Thus far, Rapid Response Grants have funded core needs in our community:

  • Funding for families and youth for groceries, meals, food distribution programs, family support services, gift cards and household supplies, including diapers, soap and other essentials
  • Funding for seniors and those who are homebound to provide meals, groceries, toilet paper, hand sanitizer, face coverings, gloves and other household supplies
  • Funding for those living in homelessness or motels, including for groceries, hygiene kits, gift cards, bus passes and motel vouchers

Round 1 Grants | $1,085,000 | 18 nonprofits

  • $190,000: Meals on Wheels Orange County for senior outreach, meal delivery and drive-up distribution
  • $190,000: Anaheim Family YMCA for 40,000 meals focused on adults
  • $125,000: Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Anaheim-Cypress for family meals
  • $100,000: Salvation Army Orange County for household supplies for those who are homebound
  • $100,000: Second Harvest Food Bank of Orange County for two Saturday food distribution events at Honda Center
  • $75,000: Community Action Partnership for groceries for needy families in west Anaheim
  • $70,000: Orange County Conservation Corps for food vouchers, gift cards and services for 50 or more families
  • $35,000: Love Anaheim for groceries and other needs at senior mobile home parks; hygiene kits, gift cards, grocery bags for those living in homelessness
  • $30,000: Alzheimer’s Orange County for outreach and household supplies for seniors
  • $30,000: Children’s Bureau of Southern California for family household supplies
  • $30,000: Bracken’s Kitchen for meals and other food services
  • $25,000: Caterina’s Club for meals for kids and families
  • $25,000: StandUp for Kids OC for groceries and support services for youth
  • $20,000: Chrysalis Orange County to help 200 or more people living in homelessness with gift cards, gas cards, bus passes
  • $15,000: Eli Home for help to recovering moms to keep families together
  • $10,000: Project Dignity for services, groceries and other needs among those living in motels
  • $10,000: Sudanese-American Association for meals, groceries and other household needs for Anaheim’s Sudanese-American community
  • $5,000: Renewable Farms for produce and other food for families

Round 2 Grants | $312,500 | 17 nonprofits

  • $45,000: Lutheran Social Services of Southern California for food, clothing, hygiene items, and transportation assistance to low-income families
  • $40,000: Illumination Foundation for food, groceries, baby formula, hygiene items, and cleaning supplies to those at risk for homelessness
  • $37,500: Higher Ground for meals and food distribution to low-income families
  • $30,000: Mercy House for food vouchers, household supplies, cleaning products, and transportation assistance
  • $30,000: Grandma’s House of Hope for meals to hungry and at-risk kids and families
  • $30,000: Pathways of Hope for meals, groceries, and transportation assistance
  • $20,000: 2-1-1 Orange County for critical helpline services to Anaheim residents
  • $10,000: Giving Children Hope for meals, hygiene supplies, diapers and formula to low-income families
  • $10,000: Community Health Initiative of Orange County (CHIOC) to connect low-income Anaheim residents Medi-Cal and CalFresh programs
  • $10,000: Radiant Health Centers to provide food for those on fixed incomes and managing chronic diseases
  • $10,000: Give for a Smile to connect low-income Anaheim residents to financial assistance, MediCal, and other resources
  • $10,000: Alana Club of Orange County for food and hygiene products to seniors, sober living population, and low-income families
  • $10,000: Jamboree Housing Corporation for food distribution to Anaheim residents with limited access
  • $5,000: Miracles for Kids for groceries and support to families with ill children
  • $5,000: Emilio Nares Foundation to support low-income Anaheim children suffering from cancer and other serious illnesses
  • $5,000: Grace Social & Medical Services for food and care boxes for struggling families
  • $5,000: Mirage Manor Homecare for meals and support for elderly residents

Round 3 Grants | $55,000 | 5 nonprofits

  • $5,000: Breast Cancer Angels to provide meals for individuals suffering from cancer
  • $10,000: Colette’s Children’s Home for food distribution to needy children and families
  • $5,000: Access California Services to provide food vouchers to low-income families
  • $5,000: Santa Ana College Foundation to support for low-income students residing in Anaheim
  • $30,000: Vineyard Christian Fellowship of Anaheim to provide of grocery and meal prep items for 3,000 people weekly over three months in West Anaheim

Donate to Help Anaheim During the COVID-19 Crisis

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, the ACF Community Emergency Assistance Fund will help provide support to vulnerable communities in Anaheim.

Your donation will provide food, supplies, and other critical services to residents through Anaheim’s Emergency Operations Center (EOC).

Thank you for you support!

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