Individual Volunteer

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As a volunteer, you can provide lunch or dinner for youth utilizing the on-site Resource Center or attending Independent Living Program workshops. This is a great opportunity for individuals, companies and small groups. Click here for flyer.

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Make a huge impact in the life of a foster youth by becoming a friend to rely on, a leader to look up to and a teacher to build self-confidence with. For more information about the program, please fill out an inquiry. If you’re ready to apply, click here for the application.

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Become a resource parent (foster parent) and help guide a student through their youth, or further into life. Click here to learn more.

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Make our events a success by helping with registration, organizing, directing guests, managing games/activities, and other duties. These opportunities are open to volunteers when we need extra support, not necessarily for all events, and are limited to current, cleared volunteers.

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OFFICE SUPPORT (Occasional need)

Get an insider’s view of the operations of Orangewood Foundation by providing administrative support such as data entry, filing, and organizing donations.

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Orangewood has two social groups of volunteers that fundraise and “friend” raise to support current and former foster youth – 44 Women for Orangewood and Orangewood PALS. Make new friends who believe in our youth just like you do! Click here to view our auxiliary groups.

To view all of our volunteer opportunities click here. If you would like to volunteer with Orangewood, we highly recommend attending our volunteer information session. Contact Alyssa Baeza, Community Engagement Manager, at abaeza@orangewoodfoundation.org or (714) 619-0220 for questions.