Despite school closures, we are still serving our kids and taking the appropriate measures to keep everyone safe and healthy. Please donate today to keep these resources available to our homeless youth.



Learn more about PHA’s Wifi & Technology distribution to our children & youth experiencing homelessness to ensure their access to online learning and resources. OC Register Article


Newport Mesa Unified will follow recommendations and continue with Distance Learning through the 2019/2020 school year and schools will not physically re-open until further notice. Full update here.


Project Hope Alliance has partnered with The Ecology Center to bring fresh produce for our children and families experiencing homelessness.


Insellerate is donating 2% of all new revenue on contracts executed between now and the end of April to help and support Project Hope Alliance’s efforts to reach children who are homeless. Check out their conversation with Jennifer Friend below.


NMUSD Support and Care Resources. Link


Newport-Mesa Provides Free Grab-and-Go Lunches During School Closure. Distribution Locations


Public Health Order is not an Order to Shelter in Place. Press Release


PHA is considered essential and we will continue our work with our kids. County Health Officer Press Release


Free student lunches are available for NMUD Students. District Link


Despite school closures, we are still serving our kids and taking the appropriate measure to keep everyone safe and healthy. Day by day FRIENDS.


Team Kid unanimously agreed to keep providing services for our youth experiencing homelessness.


Countywide school closures have been recommended. OC Register Article

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