Today, I visited WISEPlace, “which transforms the lives of approximately 90 women per year, by providing safe, affordable transitional housing, healthy meals, financial-empowerment curriculum and employment assistance, to help women move from homelessness and hopelessness to self-reliance.” I visited them because I was curious about SAFEPlace. the new emergency shelter that this small transitional housing … Continue reading What does an E-shelter look like? Meet SafePlace at WISEPlace
#EndHomelessnessOC #IrvineForEveryone #StepUpIrvine Addendum added on 04/22/2018 If you have a passion and specific legal, writing, research, architectural, planning, land use expertise, experience with homelessness, community organizing skills, thanks for considering volunteering them on behalf of the defining issue of Irvine. Thank you!
In just the few days since it was released, and as of 8:00 pm today, April 16th, 2018, 162 people of who 155 are residents and voters in Irvine, have signed on to the Irvine For Everyone Sign on Sheet (I4E SOS) (screenshot number of 167 includes a few duplicates). If you would like to … Continue reading I4E SOS Update: Irvine residents welcome the creation of a full spectrum of housing in Irvine
Do you have a heart for the homeless people in the OC? Do you live in Irvine? Do you want to end the decades of bickering and politicking while the number of people experiencing homelessness grows larger and larger? Are you embarrassed, ashamed of the sentiments being expressed by some Irvine residents? Yes, the problem … Continue reading Irvine For Everyone – Sign On is Here!
I’m happy to see the civic participation of old and new immigrants, citizens, and residents — omg, what could we not accomplish with such energy? I am, however, sad to see the fear and discrimination continue. What will it take for folks to get on the wagon and unite to end homelessness by saying, yes, let’s do … Continue reading City of Innovation: #IrvineForEveryone