Supporting Our Anaheim Community

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  • schedulePublished On Saturday, August 1, 2020

During this difficult period, we wish everyone in our Anaheim Community good health, patience, compassion and calm. We know there are many of you who are thinking about how you can reach out and help those who need it most. Below you will see a list of a few worthwhile organizations working diligently to support our Anaheim Community. And Please Remember...We are ALL in this TOGETHER!

Second Harvest Food Bank
Make a Donation:
Second Harvest is mobilizing a pop-up "Drive Through Pantry" in order to provide food to as many as 2,000 local families in need. To learn how to help, visit the website or call 949-653-2900. $1 helps provides 3 meals.

Visit Anaheim Cares
Make a Donation:
100 percent of all donations will go immediately to Anaheim’s Emergency Operation Center for distribution to the most vulnerable residents in Anaheim.

Anaheim Elementary & Anaheim Union High School Districts Free Meal Distribution & YMCA of Anaheim
Make a Donation:
"Grab n' Go Meals" are available for the Anaheim Community of 18 and under.

Response & Recovery
Make a Donation:
Visit Anaheim, the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce and the Anaheim/Orange County Hotel & Lodging Association have joined together to form the Response and Recovery COVID-19 task force. The three organizations are working with the City of Anaheim, Communications, Emergency Operating Center and Community Services to provide information and resources for local residents and businesses.

Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Anaheim
Make a Donation:
Many families in the Greater Anaheim community are experiencing the impacts from COVID-19. The Clubs are working diligently to provide the resources needed during these difficult times. The staff are working with kids and families daily. To continue offering these services, they need your help.

Ronald McDonald House of Orange County
Make a Donation:
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Orange County provides a "home- away-from-home" for families and the care that's needed when their child is being treated for serious conditions at local hospitals. RMHC of Orange County relies on donations. Visit their website for a "Wish List" of items that are needed.

Orange County United Way
Make a Donation:
As the nation responds to the COVID-19 pandemic, help is needed to support United Way's nonprofit partners who provide essential services to those who are food and housing insecure.

Please Stay Informed
• City of Anaheim website: • State of California COVID website:
• Centers for Disease Control:
• World Health Organization:

Or call for Anaheim Info: (714) 765-4311 - Statewide Information: (833) 544-2374