OC Remembers: The Longest Night Candlelight Vigil in South County, 2019

Earlier you were given tealights as a keepsake of this evening. These lights represent not only the lives that were lifted up and honored tonight but they also represent the light that we each carry within us. The light that guides us to illuminate the darkness of homelessness, hunger, desperation, fear, and loss. Tho tiny … Continue reading OC Remembers: The Longest Night Candlelight Vigil in South County, 2019

Homeless Dead Memorial Ad in OC Register

Irvine for Everyone is pleased to participate, for the second year in a row, in the OC Register ad for those who died "without fixed abode" i.e. people experiencing homelessness and also known as unsheltered people. I4E is very grateful to Fr. Dennis Kriz, OSM, Pastor of St. Philip Benizi Catholic Church in Fullerton who … Continue reading Homeless Dead Memorial Ad in OC Register

Homelessness Demystified

Homelessness Demystified: Creating Awareness, Understanding, and Solutions is the first of two panels on Feb, 2, 2019, 9:30 am, Canvas, Irvine. Space is limited.  RSVP Required. Online registration:   https://tinyurl.com/PWW19. Presbyterian Women of Los Ranchos warmly invite women and men to join them at Canvas, Irvine, on February 2, 2019 (9:30 am - 12 noon) to … Continue reading Homelessness Demystified

Nightmist Gets the Green Light

Thank you Mayor Don Wagner and Irvine City Council for allocating $3 million from the housing-in-lieu monies to the Nightmist Affordable Rental Housing project by the Irvine Community Land Trust (ICLT). In response, ICLT is adding extra low income units and reaching out to homeless veterans too. In researching Irvine housing a few weeks ago … Continue reading Nightmist Gets the Green Light

The Vicious Circle of Homelessness

Yesterday (05/30/2018) we were privileged to see our community engage in an informative and thought-provoking event: Homelessness Forum with UCI Sociology Professors. Thanks to Jing Sun who organized the forum (see his invite at end) and he reminded the audience "we read to change our life." Dr. Su (social movements researcher at UCI) moderated; Dr. … Continue reading The Vicious Circle of Homelessness