In hopes of continuing to impact our great city of Tustin and beyond, I enjoyed reading the significant highlights from 2015 in this list generated by the Orange County Register.
vet housing*photo c/o: The Orange County Register.
The work of the Orange County Rescue Mission, and essentially each and every one of you that partnered with our efforts last year, came in at number eleven:
11. Nonprofit footprint expands: Tustin’s active nonprofit scene grew even bigger in 2015. With community support, Laurel House reopened its transitional home for at-risk girls, which had been shuttered in 2014 due to lack of funds. Spring also marked the opening of Ryan’s Reach R&R, a residential care facility for those with traumatic brain injuries that was created by the family of Pat Boone. And Orange County Rescue Mission got permission to more than double the number of beds allowed at its Village of Hope.
Read the rest of the list by clicking here.