Helping The Homeless

TTM would like to take this opportunity to give recognition to Pack 4321 for serving the homeless population in Orange County California.  After holding a donations drive, Pack 4321 put together 100 hygiene kits for the poor and needy.

“Thank you Pack 4321 For A Job Well Done!”

Irvine City Council Partnership Grant

At the nomination of Mayor Christina Shea, I am pleased to share that the Irvine City Council approved a $900 community partnership grant to Tender Touch Ministries in support of program costs.

From the City of Irvine:

“Thank you for the important work and services your organization provides to the Irvine community. The City Council looks forward to receiving your project completion report on the great work accomplished.”

TTM Donates Clothing, Other Much Needed Items To WISEPlace

On Monday, June 3, 2019, TTM donated clothing and other much needed items to WISEPlace.

About WISEPlace:

WISEPlace a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit organization, is a community of housing and hope for women in crisis. Formerly the South Orange County YWCA, WISEPlace has a 90-year history of caring for the community. By meeting basic needs such as housing, clothing, physical and emotional nourishment, as well as vocational and life skills training, the WISEPlace Hotel for Women is one of the few places unaccompanied homeless women can go to begin again.

TTM Donates Clothing To South County Outreach

On Monday, April 29, 2019, TTM donated clothing to South County Outreach located in Laguna Hills, CA.

SCO’s Housing Programs provide subsidized housing and professional case management services to local families who are homeless or on the verb of being homeless.

TTM Donates Clothing To Grandma’s House Of Hope

On Friday, April 5, 2019, TTM donated clothing to Grandma’s House Of Hope located in Santa Ana CA.

GHH’s mission is to Empower the Invisible Populations of Orange County by targeting those who truly slip between the cracks of other programs, with a specific focus on serving those who are ineligible for, or who have significant difficulty accessing, other organizations’ services.