Hart Community Home, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 1 review
Issues: Arts & Culture, Mental Health, Human Services
Location: 2807 E Lincoln Ave Anaheim CA 92806 USA
Mission: Hart Community Homes, Inc., was organized in 1996 to fill a need in our community for safe, loving and nurturing homes for abused, abandoned or neglected boys aged 12-18. We take pride in the fact that we make a lifetime committment to each boy who enters our program. We currently operate two residential group homes in the city of Orange, each with the capacity to care for six boys each. Ideally, these boys would be placed in foster care. However it is difficult to find willing & able foster parents for boys in this age group.
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As a TV producer I have been able to donate my time and effort to produce videos to portrait the vision of this organization created for the protection of animals. As an animal lover myself, I have witnessed trough the years the progress, growth and development of a dream slowly turning into a reality thanks to the incredible and monumental dedication and effort of its founders to create something remarkable and tangible out of nothing. The good consequence of such a dream is that the reality of their efforts and dedication has saved the lives of unprotected animals. Because they are really genuine on their goals and purpose of giving shelter to so many dogs and cats that have been abandoned, mistreated and many times neglected by the cruelty of their human caregivers "Hart for Animals" is showing us the good side of human nature and behavior with their compassion, care and unselfish dedication to their cause. I will always be proud and willing to help them in any capacity I can, Kudos to you and your organization and keep up the good work!!!
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