• Nonprofits

  • To the broader Costa Mesa community, if you are interested in helping our nonprofits during this pandemic,
    the following organizations are asking for your help.
    CLICK HERE to be added to the list of community volunteers. 


    To our local non-profit partners, you form a vital part of community
    resources that our citizens look to in these challenging times,
    Please let us know if you are offering any services,
    have donation requests, or are in need of volunteers.




  • Trellis COVID-19 Response


    If you are housebound due to a diagnosis of the coronavirus or
    because you are part of a vulnerable population group
    we can help provide basic necessities

    Visit their website

    (949) 422-5331


  • Dance 4 Joy Ministries

     To reduce trauma and depression during this Covid-19 and "the stay in home" order, we have designed an online Zoom platform, Dance Instruction Classes for ages (2 to Senior Adults).
     For children and adults to easily follow along in the safety of your homes     
        Your small donation will make a difference in helping many parents and their children join  
         us on Mission. Volunteers are welcome to help.
         Click on Logo to Register for classes



  • The Phoenix

    Now offering live-streaming diverse classes, from CrossFit to meditation, via Zoom throughout the day, every two hours. Also doing virtual social events and recovery support sessions. For more information and links to the live streams CLICK HERE


  • Girls Inc. of Orange County

    Girls Inc. of Orange County has been a respected member of the non-profit community since 1954. The mission of Girls Inc. is to inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold. We put our mission into practice through the Girls Inc. experience that equips girls to navigate gender, economic, and social barriers and grow into healthy, educated and independent adults. Your support brings help where it is needed the most: Donate or support one of our supply drives!
    The College Shower is a program highlighting the accomplishments of College Bound girls pursuing higher education. Support:  Amazon Wish List 
    The Literacy Lab program strengthens the literacy skills of girls in kindergarten through 3rd grade. Support:  Amazon Wish Lis



  • Working Wardrobes

    "The mission of Working Wardrobes is to do everything
    in our power to help men, women, young adults, and veterans
    overcome difficult challenges so they can achieve the dignity
    of work, and the Power of a Paycheck®. "

     Please visit this link to make
    donations to help vulnerable communities

    (949) 629-2697


  • CHOC Children’s

    Because of philanthropy, we have been able to face the COVID-19 pandemic head-on. But needs continue to arise.
    As we look ahead, the generosity of the community will play a critical role in helping children and caregivers endure and recover from this crisis.

    For current information on COVID-19 – including tips to help children cope, hand-washing techniques, and a roster of other trusted resources – Click here. 
    If you have questions about COVID-19 and your child, call CHOC’s 24/7 nurse hotline at 844-GET-CHOC.

    Here are just a few ways your donation can ensure families heal and thrive


  • Straight Talk Counseling 

    Straight Talk Counseling Center is committed to supporting our community's mental health and overall well being during this time. We are making the necessary steps to be able to continue providing affordable and immediate mental health services. Starting 3/23/20 we will be offering sliding scale teletherapy appointments.

    (714) 828-2000

  • Think Together 

    Your small donation could make a big difference to a Shalimar family. 
    All funds will be distributed  to help families with their most needed items--food (canned/produce/bread/dairy), baby formula & diapers, and cleaning supplies(any soap/wipes).
    Donation time slot: Mondays, 8:00-10:00am
    Items can be dropped off at 
    Shalimar Center address: 779 Shalimar Drive

    Click Here to Make a donation



  • Assistance League of Newport-Mesa

    Member volunteers are transforming the lives of the children and their families.  During the pandemic shutdown we are providing food for a local food pantry  that is supporting 120 families.  We have adopted a few families with extreme need in the Newport Mesa Unified School district to help with food and clothing.

    How you can help:

    Make a donation


    Or contact Linda Colleran, VP of Philanthropic Programs, to donate food or clothing at (949) 230-1249.