In The News
In the News
09/17/2015 - My Orangewood
The Orangewood Foundation “My Orangewood” program is a great way to celebrate or mark an occasion and support our youth at the same time. In a few easy steps, you can share your passion for Orangewood with family, friends and colleagues.
09/17/2015 - Our Auxiliaries
44 Women for Children
Founded in 1999 by Susan Samueli, the 44 Women for Children auxiliary contributes to Orangewood Foundation by nurturing, supporting and inspiring adolescents emancipating from the foster care system on their 18th birthdays. 44 Women for Children focuses its efforts on three key areas: providing mentoring and education, increasing community awareness about child abuse and neglect, and hosting annual fundraising events.
Orangewood PALS is a group of fun and energetic professionals who have come together to make a positive impact on the lives of abused and neglected children in Orange County. PALS supports the work of the Orangewood Children’s Foundation in a variety of ways, including hosting events and activities for the abused children placed at Orangewood Children’s Home (now called the Orangewood Children & Family Center), funding Orangewood scholarships, and mentoring former foster youth in college. Members also enjoy social events such as the annual Athlete’s First Gala and Golf event held at the St. Regis Monarch Beach.
09/17/2015 - Samueli Academy
Samueli Academy is our free public charter high school for foster and community youth. Visit the website to learn more about what makes our school so great!