There are 120 Newport Mesa youth experiencing homelessness on Project Hope Alliance’s waiting list.

Through 2020, we have learned that students experiencing homelessness are just one barrier away from losing access to education. The COVID-19 pandemic has worsened the economic and living situation for so many families in our own backyard. Hundreds of children and youth in our community are in need of not just basic food and hygiene, but also the technology that is essential to educational access and success.

High school graduation makes a youth 400% less likely to become homeless adults.

Project Hope Alliance has already reached our capacity for case management, but we need your support to make sure that all children and youth experiencing homelessness are supported. These are students who are being left behind in our new reality, who are waiting for our support right now, and whose lives can be changed by your donation.

This holiday season, will you help create Christmas joy and join us in ensuring that the students experiencing homelessness in your community can access their education?

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