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Theresa Walker

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Recent articles by Theresa:

Many reasons to celebrate Mother’s Day after her rough journey

Jesi Sinner works to provide her daughters the stability she lacked until she found her godparents and support from a nonprofit. → Read More

Orange County high school Artist of the Year 2022 winners announced

Artists of the Year were selected in the disciplines of dance, theater, film/animation, instrumental music, vocal music, computer-assisted visual arts and handcrafted visual arts. → Read More

Artist of the Year 2022 for dance: Danielle Silver

The senior at the Orange School of the Arts has studied the history of dance and brings it into the 21st century. → Read More

Artist of the Year 2022 for film/animation: Youning Jiang

The Orange School of the Arts senior, who immigrated from China to the U.S. for school, seeks to give a voice to those who feel ‘in between.’ → Read More

Artist of the Year 2022 for instrumental music: Aaron Kim

The violinist and senior at Valencia High School performs in concert hall, hospitals and retirement homes. → Read More

Artist of the Year 2022 for vocal music: Landon Wouters

The senior at the Orange County School of the Arts wants to study musical theater in college. → Read More

Artist of the Year 2022 for theater: Lauren Mei

Judges said the 16-year-old actress displays the ‘it’ factor. → Read More

Artist of the Year 2022 for computer-assisted visual arts: Meena Senapathi

The junior at Arnold O. Beckman High School impressed judges with her photography. → Read More

Artist of the Year 2022 for handcrafted visual arts: Joyce Yuruo Hong

The senior at the Orange County School of the Arts used mixed media to chronicle her family’s history and convey cultural appreciation. → Read More

Season of Giving: Creative Identity nurtures life skills and artistic abilities

Day program for intellectually and developmentally disabled adults mixes therapy with the arts. → Read More

Orange County sets a grim milestone for homeless deaths

Drugs continue to fuel surge that had reached a record level last year. → Read More

Homeless families soon could turn to House of Ruth for short-term help

“Your family is your family. We take and embrace the whole family.” Cyndee Albertson, executive director of Family Promise → Read More

Top Workplaces 2021: US Alliance Group puts staff, and their future, in front

Business is good, says CEO Fadi Cheikha: “We grew by a lot more in 2020 than we did in 2019. And we are on a projection in 2021 to almost double that.” The company is also a three-time … → Read More

Season of Giving: Council on Aging programs focus on helping older people

Our first spotlight organization delivers gifts and cheers with its SmileMakers Holiday Gift Program. → Read More

The guy who created Philanthropy Day has another idea: COVID-19 heroes

“If somebody else thinks it’s a bad idea to thank the people who saved lives, then that’s their thing.” Douglas Freeman → Read More

Charities hope for another big year of generosity on GivingTuesday

“… It’s such a great concept, to refocus on the true meaning of the season and giving back.” Monica Utley. → Read More

Homelessness in affluence? Help comes to Huntington Beach High

“There are a lot of families that work really hard at remaining invisible.” Jennifer Friend → Read More

In their own words: Here’s what it’s like to be homeless in Orange County – Orange County Register

“The majority of the people that ran across me when I was homeless ignored me…. I was not a person… I didn’t exist.” Robert “Santa Bob” Morse → Read More

Homeless winter shelter program will return to armory in Santa Ana

The National Guard needed the facility for pandemic-related services last year. → Read More

With pandemic on back burner, National Philanthropy Day can be face to charitable face

This year’s theme is “Illuminating Hope Through Philanthropy.” → Read More