Hunger and Homelessness Solutions

OCAJC envisions a community where all people of faith and good will are given the opportunity to learn about critical challenges facing our most vulnerable residents so that they can decide how best to become part of the solution. Learn more here.

The United to End Homelessness initiative, empowered by United Way, is a powerful collaboration between Orange County’s top business, philanthropic, governmental, faith-based and non-profit leaders. It also depends on caring residents like you who agree that we must act now if we are to end our community’s homeless crisis. We are all working together to create long-term supportive housing to do more for those most in need. Read more here.

City Net is a team of nonprofit professionals who work to end street-level homelessness in a city or region through the coordination of community efforts and activities. In many cases, we are contracted by cities and regions to lead multi-sector homeless collaboratives, which unite city and county agencies, law enforcement, non-profit organizations, businesses, advocacy groups, concerned citizens and the faith community in a singular effort to address and end homelessness in the community. Read more here.

The mission of Family Promise is to hep families experiencing homelessness and low-income families achieve sustainable independence through a community-based response. Read more here.

Families Forward is an Orange County non-profit organization committed to helping local families who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Read more here.

Seeking to put love and faith into action, Habitat for Humanity of Orange County brings people together to build homes, community and hope. Read more here.

 MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger is a national nonprofit organization working to end hunger among people of all faiths and backgrounds in the United States and Israel.

MAZON, which means “food” in Hebrew, was the first national organization to rally the American Jewish community around the issue of hunger, and remains the only national Jewish organization dedicated exclusively to that same cause.

Since its founding in 1985, MAZON has established itself as a leader in the national anti-hunger movement.

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