Orange County Youth Commission

Organization Description: 

The Orange County Youth Commission was launched in 1997 by Rosemarie Avila and a group of concerned community members who recognized the needs of children in high-poverty areas of Orange County and wanted to make a difference in their lives. A volunteer Board of Directors was formed and they wrote our present mission statement. The organization was incorporated as a public benefit 501c3 non-profit organization in 2001.

PO Box 1756
Santa Ana, CA 92701
Mission Statement: 

The Orange County Youth Commission will bring hope and purpose to the children and youth in the inner city by developing a partnership among the business/private sector and faith community to provide wholesome activities that educate, train, inspire and transform lives.

* We Measure Success By Changed Lives.

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