OCCF donors can give online or through their donor-advised fund. Additional collaborative Giving Days will be announced throughout the remainder of 2018.
Fifteen Boys & Girls Clubs throughout Orange County come together to raise $150,000 to put young people on the path to great futures.
With the support of 277 donors, Preserving Dignity raised $85,476 for 5 organizations serving OC’s older adults in need.
With the support of 283 donors, Stand & Salute raised $91,068 for 11 local organizations providing resources and support to OC veterans and military families.
Empowering Possibilities raised $86,523 with the participation of 306 donors for 9 organizations serving OC neighbors with disabilities.
The first Collaborative Giving Day, Help Them Home, held on April 25, raised $743,700 with the participation of more than 1,100 donors for 16 local organizations providing services for the more than 4,400 individuals who are homeless on any given night in Orange County.
OCCF first challenged Orange County residents to “give where their heart lives” during the inaugural i♥oc Giving Day in 2015, raising more than $1.8 million through 6,000 gifts to 347 participating nonprofits in just 30 hours. OCCF nearly doubled those results in 2016 during the second annual i♥oc Giving Day, receiving 7,000 contributions totaling $3.2 million for 418 participating nonprofits. In 2017, OCCF re-envisioned iheartoc as an expanded opportunity for nonprofits to connect directly with the broad base of donors that support their specific missions.