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Next Steps


Thank you for checking into the next steps that you can take to join the cause of ending homelessness, one life at a time. Orange County Rescue Mission understands that supporting a cause is an important choice. So we want to show you the way to whichever next steps are best for you.

Below are some options. And if you have any questions, feel free to explore our website or get in touch with Hannah, our Volunteer Resource Coordinator, at

To learn more about the various ways to give financially, tap or click here. If you’d like to make an online donation, you can tap or click here.

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Following, engaging, and sharing helps us to get the word out about Orange County Rescue Mission. And, you will be up to date on encouraging stories, events, and urgent needs.


The Rescue Mission does need “stuff”, especially food, gently used clothing, baby items and hygiene items. Whether you are cleaning out your closet or want to sponsor a donation drive at your work place, your stuff helps! Tap or click here to find out more about donation drives, urgent needs and items that you can donate.

We have many volunteer opportunities each and every week of the year. We welcome individuals, including kids 16 years and older, and groups. Volunteering is an essential part of how the Rescue Mission works, whether to meet daily needs like serving food or something more specialized, like teaching life skills. If you are looking for a place to share your time, let us know! Tap or click here to find out more and sign-up.

Orange County Rescue Mission provides real solutions to homelessness, and everything we do is within the philosophy of offering “a hand up, not a handout”. We are one of the largest, private service providers in Orange County, offering the comprehensive services and support for individuals and families to overcome the root causes of homelessness, to become restored and economically self-sufficient. You can learn more about us here or read some of our stories.