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HOT Helping Our Troops 
 
 
Run by a young OC adult, this organization fulfills requests by families of deployed troops. "Since shipping our first package on March 23, 2005, Helping Our Troops, Inc. has fulfilled individual requests for over 4,800 men and women serving in Iraq, Afghanistan, Kosovo, Kuwait, Korea, Japan, Germany, and Africa, as well as those serving onboard Navy ships around the world. In addition to fulfilling requests while they are deployed, we are also dedicated to Helping Our Troops when they return. Thanks to your generous support, HOT has helped fund the first Family Support Center for the California National Guard. This desperately-needed resource center is located in the Santa Ana Armory and will provide services to members of the California National Guard, as well as other branches of America's military, and their families."  
AIDS Walk Orange County 
 
 
"Join with thousands who will be Acting, Preventing & Caring in the 19th Annual AIDS Walk Orange County at UC Irvine on Sunday, June 5th 2005, in a 7.5 kilometer fundraiser that improves the lives of those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS in Orange County. As one of Orange County's largest walk-a-thon events, AIDS Walk supports nine (9) Recipient Agencies each of which is committed to providing quality care, education and advocacy to everyone in Orange County living with and affected by HIV and AIDS."  Irvine
Corazón, Inc. 
 
 
"Thirty years ago, three Orange County residents felt a need to help the poor in several villages surrounding Tijuana. They provided food, clothing, basic supplies and spiritual help. In 1978 they officially formed Corazón as a nonprofit organization. During the early years Corazón helped by meeting the immediate needs with food, clothing and shelter. Volunteers repaired some of the 'homes' (actually shacks of pallets and cardboard) of the poor. This 'repairing' quickly turned to building complete houses. Building Houses Over the next five years Corazón developed a turnkey construction system for a 12’ x 20’ house with a wood floor and foundation. Using this system, a volunteer sponsor group on a one-day contribution event could build a complete home for a family. familia Corazón From 1983 to 1996, Corazón grew from building 8 houses a year to building 8 houses in a day. In 1995, the Familia Corazón program was conceived and developed as an overall approach to help families escape poverty while building a stronger community.... Today, as we celebrate our 25th anniversary, Corazón has built over 750 new houses and repaired hundreds more. We have profoundly affected the lives of over 1,000 families, provided annual scholarships to thousands of students and have witnessed several of our students graduate from college.... Currently Corazón has over 150 students in elementary school, 50 in middle and high school and five in college! The Familia program is currently assisting over 500 families in 5 communities in Baja California."  Laguna Hills
Golden West College Foundation 
 
 
"The Golden West College Foundation, established in 1985, is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization dedicated to supporting Golden West College's mission of providing comprehensive academic opportunities. The Foundation is a vehicle for accepting private gifts, donations and bequests to provide funding for institutional accomplishments that are not funded through public funds. Individuals and businesses are invited to share in the educational vision of Golden West College and the enhancement of the quality of life in the community. Gifts may be cash, stock, bonds and property. A deferred gift may be arranged through a will, life insurance policy, annuity or trust. The main thrust of the Foundation is directed toward building support for college-wide needs. To nurture groups who have special interests in supporting Golden West College, there are two volunteer auxiliaries. Each auxiliary is managed by its own board and officers and requires membership dues for its operational expenses. Membership is open to the public."  Huntington Beach
Marconi Automotive Museum & Foundation 
 
 
"A stroll into the Marconi Automotive Museum is a trip through life in the fast lane. Lots of fabulous fast cars, the likes of which the average auto aficionado can only dream of seeing. First opened in 1994 by Founder Dick Marconi, this Non-Profit Museum and Special Event Venue has accumulated an impressive 30 million-dollar collection of historical, exotic, and classic cars to stimulate and delight the senses.... The Marconi Automotive Museum offers a one-of-a-kind setting that is a refreshing change from a hotel or standard banquet facility. Our exclusive collection of exotic cars, valued at over $30 million, becomes a unique backdrop for your special occasion. The main museum can be configured to host a variety of events accommodating groups from 50-500 and more. The possibilities are endless! We offer many complimentary features on-site that include tables and chairs for up to 300 guests, a state of the art sound system, and theater style projection system with multimedia capabilities. The museum walls are decorated with exciting memorabilia, trophies, photographs of legends from the racing world and intriguing artwork displays. Our professional coordinators are here to assist you with every detail and ensure the success of your special event.... The Marconi Foundation for Kids is committed to giving a large percentage of its net proceeds, generated from the special events and tours, to local children's charities. Through the many corporate and individual client partnerships, the Museum will continue to strive for the goal of helping to raise $1,000,000 a year for at-risk youth."  Tustin
Orange Coast College Foundation 
 
 
"The mission of the Orange Coast College Foundation is to support the college by encouraging gifts of time, treasure and talent from alumni, campus & community members.... Over the last 10 years, the Foundation has undertaken several successful fundraising campaigns and activities including efforts that resulted in the renovation of the Robert B. Moore Theatre, construction of the Harry & Grace Steele Children’s Center, celebration of Orange Coast College’s 50th Anniversary, the construction of a Nautical Library at the OCC Sailing Center (The School of Sailing & Seamanship), and the renovation of the college’s Computing Center. Currently, the Foundation is in the early stages of a capital campaign for the new Orange Coast College Arts Pavilion."  Costa Mesa
Orange County Food Bank 
 
 
"TODAY: Community Action Partnership of Orange County Food Bank is housed in a 35,000 square foot warehouse, which includes a huge commercial refrigerator and freezer capable of handling over 20 truck loads of perishable foods. Community Action Partnership of Orange County Food Bank distributes 17 million pounds of food annually. In addition to the 24,000 people that the Food Bank serves directly each month, it provides food and personal care items to 300 non-profit service organizations, such as social service agencies, churches, shelters, soup kitchens and senior centers. These organizations serve the homeless, disabled persons, seniors on fixed incomes, the unemployed and the working poor. TOMORROW: Community Action Partnership of Orange County Food Bank anticipates entering into a long term lease for a warehouse at El Toro MCAS. The potential exists for Community Action Partnership of Orange County to receive this warehouse free-of-charge for the Agency’s Food Bank operation. Such an opportunity would permit the Food Bank to significantly expand its services. "  Garden Grove
Tiger Woods Foundation 
 
 
"Through personal enrichment programs, scholarships, direct grants, junior golf clinics and the new Tiger Woods Learning Center, the Foundation is helping millions of children reach their dreams.... For example, Start Something has reached more than 2.5 million participants since its launch in 2000. We also began building construction on the Tiger Woods Learning Center (TWLC) - our 35,000-square-foot education facility that will benefit thousands of Southern California children."  Los Alamitos
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