Rating: 5 stars 7 7 reviews
505 E Central Ave Santa Ana CA 92707 USA
Our vision is to be a model for service delivery and leadership development.
Annually we welcome more than 32,000 individuals and provide more than 617,000 hours of services in Health, Education, Financial Stability and Community Engagement.
Low-income and at-risk children and families in Orange County California.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
32,000 individuals are served annually at the Delhi Center
Geographic areas served:
Santa Ana, Costa Mesa, Irvine, Anaheim, Tustin, Fullerton.
Health, Education, Financial Stability, Community Engagement.
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In 2006, I was introduced to the Delhi Center, a beacon of the community at the center of the county. The Delhi Center became a really familiar place to me as it hosted business expos, the Latino 100 awards, numerous galas, important meetings concerning financial literacy, the empowerment zone, community health and many other critical issues/. As I became more familiar with the facility, the fabulous staff, the great programs and the organization’s ability to tackle challenges, I decided to strengthen my connection to Delhi by joining the Board of Directors while representing Wells Fargo. Indeed, even Wells Fargo team members are familiar with the Delhi Center often choosing Delhi as the facility of choice for employee meetings and events due to its central location, accessible parking and great space. What is most striking about Delhi is all that the organization is able to accomplish with a tiny staff. Each person of the team is bicultural, incredibly smart and professional. These folks are members of the community, know the issues and are passionate about providing services such as English classes, after-school tutoring, counseling for HIV-positive individuals and families, job training, music classes, and voter registration. The Delhi Center is a fantastic organization building Health and Wealth in Orange County.
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