Visionary Sponsor

Project Hope Alliance's 8th Annual Anti Gala 

We cannot wait to see you IN PERSON, for the first time in 2 years!  Since we last gathered in person, Project Hope Alliance has tripled the number of kids we serve, and we have expanded into three local school communities including Huntington Beach, Santa Ana, and Newport-Mesa. We have SO much to share with you about our tremendous growth!   Our signature fundraiser breaks the mold of any gala you have been to before. Leave the pressed suits and ball gowns at home, and come in your BRUNCH BEST! No assigned seating, no assigned tables. Enjoy luxurious lounge seating, and one-of-a kind food and drink stations-including a champagne wall, wood fired breakfast pizza, and more!

Join us for Bottomless Hope!

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End the Cycle of Homelessness One Child at a Time

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Honoring our 2022 Catalyst of Hope 

Dr. Sonia Llamas

Dr. Llamas's catalytic nature brought Project Hope Alliance to expand its services into Santa Ana Unified School District. We can't imagine a more worthy recipient of this year's Catalyst of Hope Award than Dr. Llamas and it is our deepest honor to bestow it upon her.

Honoring our first ever Youth Catalyst of Hope
National League of Young Men


"When Project Hope Alliance came up with our mission to end the cycle of homelessness one child at a time, we envisioned not only ending homeless for kids, but with kids. We could not think of anyone who exemplifies that more than NLYM. They have continued to rise above and beyond to ensure our youth experiencing homelessness feel seen and valued. "-Jennifer Friend, PHA CEO

Celebrate NLYM at the Anti Gala on April 24th!

Project Hope Alliance

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The Grand Gimeno

146 N Grand St, Orange, CA 92866, USA

The Grand Gimeno, a venue next door to the very beginning of Project Hope Alliance 

"The Grand Gimeno is right next door to where Project Hope Alliance was formed almost 25 years ago - The First Presbyterian Church of Orange.  It was there , in the basement of the church, that community members first committed itself to gather the resources necessary to support (what was then) a small group of students experiencing homelessness, ensuring that they could access their education and have their basic needs met.  Seeing the past and present literally side by side at the Grand Gimeno reminds me of the power of community and confirms that we've only just begun our work eliminating the barriers and filling in the gaps that homelessness causes in the lives of our children, youth and young adults."

Jennifer Friend, PHA CEO