My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Project Hope Alliance, Costa Mesa, CA, USA
I am a Project HOPE School parent. I first enrolled my three children at HOPE when we were living in a homeless shelter in Anaheim in 2005-06. I worked in Orange and didn't know where we would end up living. I was so excited to find a school that would provide transportation to and from school and free afterschool childcare as well. It was a lifesaver for us. I still have one child enrolled at Project HOPE.
Project HOPE School wouldn't exist without the Project HOPE School Foundation, which raises money for transportation, a music program, and field trips. If it weren't for Project HOPE, many homeless and motel families just wouldn't enroll their children in school. When we moved from the shelter to Garden Grove, then to Tustin, then to Costa Mesa, and now in Westminster, Project HOPE made sure my kids could stll get to school and afterschool programs.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
providing a safe, stable place for my kids to attend school and afterschool programs, no matter where we moved.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Give them more teachers and a new location.