By: Kristi Nichols | September 19, 2019
The mentors that I have had in my life, some going back to when I was a teen, have made an invaluable impact in shaping my character. I am so grateful to them. And the men and women that we serve at Orange County Rescue Mission need mentors like this: friends who will care about them, and pass on to them what they have learned from their life experiences.
I am also grateful that my friend, Craig Furniss, has the same vision, and he...More
By: Kristi Nichols | September 16, 2019
Three of the teens that live at our Laurel House home for at-risk and homeless teen girls had the opportunity to attend camp...More
By: Kristi Nichols | September 11, 2019
I resonated with Sarah Lee’s article, “Shelter for the Soul”, featured in World Magazine on August 3, 2019. Lee spent...More
By: Kristi Nichols | August 30, 2019
I like to work, and I am thankful that I have work that brings a sense of purpose to my life. And, we pass on the value of a good...More
By: Katie Roberts | August 28, 2019
Thank you, Mike Meskell and Friar]Tux, for helping the men of the Village of Hope be dressed for success!
By: Kristi Nichols | August 23, 2019
Your generosity provided a refuge for Laurel and her daughter when there was no other place to turn.
I like to...More
By: Kristi Nichols | August 19, 2019
Recently, I had the opportunity to be a guest on the Larry Elder Show to talk a little bit more about the issue of homelessness,...More