We’re proud of our caregivers who regularly contribute to their communities in so many ways. Debi (one of our long-term caregivers) is participating in the CHOC Walk for the 2nd year in a row in memory of one of our client’s children. Last year there were 70 walkers who raised over $7,000 to support the care, services, education and research that CHOC provides Orange County children.
Nike Women’s Half Marathon
We are supporting a runner in the Nike Women’s Half Marathon on behalf of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Check out our runner!
We support Orange County’s Drug Awareness Program.
We give monetary support to the CA State Children’s Fund for the Prevention of Child Abuse.
We give free hands-on consultations to qualified organizations.
We donate books and magazines to local hospitals.
We donate toys and household items to Human Options, an organization dedicated to helping battered women, their families and our community break the cycle of domestic violence.
We donate magazines and books to local hospitals and senior centers.
We are sponsoring a runner in the 2004 Breast Cancer 3-Day Marathon. If you would like to support our runner click on Sponsor a Participant in the left menu column. Our participant is Mary York, one of our client’s favorite sitters.
We are sponsoring a family participating in the 22nd Annual Roscoe Mud Volleyball Tournament benefiting the Epilepsy Foundation.
We donate items to local animal shelters.
Many of our sitters have rescued pets from their local shelters.
Our Director and many of our sitters are active in their local Neighborhood Watch programs.
Send your family’s outgrown sneakers to Nike’s Reuse-A-Shoe program.
Take your gently read magazines to a local senior center, youth center or hospital.
Donate videos and toys to the Orange County Ronald McDonald House or a local church nursery.
After your next remodeling project donate any leftover supplies to Habitat for Humanity.
Next time you upgrade your PC donate your old PC to the National Cristina Foundation which distributes old but working computers to people with special needs.
Click here to receive our free report “Keeping Kids Safe”. Hopefully this report will help you to have a little more peace of mind when your children are in the care of someone other than yourself.
Click here to receive our free report "Keeping Kids Safe". Hopefully this report will help you to have a little more peace of mind when your children are in the care of someone other than yourself.