A new impact assessment by the Orange County Community Resilience Fund (OCCRF) captures the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on local communities and nonprofits.
Stable, safe, and affordable housing is critical to health. But across the state of California, more and more people are being displaced, particularly low-income communities and communities of color.
In an August LA Times Op-Ed, SJCPF Board Member, Joe Lumarda, recounts the care, dignity, and respect that both of his parents experienced on a daily basis from the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange as essential workers years ago.
In July’s e-news edition, we discuss our Virtual Open Houses throughout the Providence St. Joseph Health Regions, our Community Recovery and Resilience Initiative, and the Community Organizations Active in Disaster (COAD) in Sonoma, CA.
In June’s e-news edition, we discuss the new Community Recovery and Resilience Initiative, our upcoming virtual open houses, the importance of resilience funding during Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR), and so much more.
Since our founding, the St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund (SJCPF) has exercised a Disaster Risk Reduction strategy that prioritizes investments and initiatives that promote and develop community resilience.
St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund helps create the OC Community Resilience Fund to address the impacts of COVID-19.
Over the last decade, we have been committed to the Emergency Food and Shelter Initiative (EFSI), which funds service programs for the most vulnerable residents in the hospital regions.
January 2020 marked the eighth year that St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund (SJCPF) has funded nonprofits providing direct services in the areas of food, shelter, and care coordination through its Emergency Food and Shelter Initiative (EFSI).