Supporters Mark Hattam and Heather Riley share how the Rachel’s Women’s Center helps homeless and very low-income women in San Diego get back on their feet. The center provides a safe, supportive, sober environment for women with few or no resources to gather, begin and continue self-help efforts.
Martin Togni and Monica Menzer, a partner and office administrator at Allen Matkins, respectively, joined others in the San Diego legal community at this year’s Couture for a Cause fashion show gala. The San Diego Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators, of which Monica is president-elect, in partnership with the Southern California Chapter of
Board members David Cooke and Andrea Clay share how Episcopal Community Services of San Francisco helps homeless and very low-income people every day and every night obtain the housing, jobs, shelter and essential services that each person needs to prevent and end homelessness. The organization assists more than 14,100 homeless and low-income people annually. More than 95% of formerly
Allen Matkins once again participated in the Project SELF program and mentored two students – Paulina Jaimes of Segerstrom Fundamental High School and Evelyn Trejo of Godinez Fundamental High School. Project SELF is an internship program for Santa Ana high school students between their junior and senior years to work in Orange County law firms
Casey Gauntt never imagined he would be on this road, but on August 9, 2008, his world was forever changed. While walking home, his son, Jimmy, was accidentally struck by a motorist and killed. As Casey struggled to deal with his son’s tragic death, he received a letter that Casey’s father, who died in 1970,
Watch the Video In September, CASA’s Hispanic Advisory Council (HAC) hosted a lunch and art event for Orange County foster youth at the Orange County Center for Contemporary Art (OCCCA) in the Artist’s Village of downtown Santa Ana. Renowned Mexican Artist, Jose Lozano conducted a workshop teaching his painting techniques to the kids. Allen Matkins sponsored
Watch the video The 1-cup campaign is the Hollenbeck Police Activities League online giving drive. The goal is to raise funds to provide young people with support and positive alternatives, and to recruit supporters who believe that juvenile delinquency is a solvable problem if we take action. Allen Matkins helped to create the 1-cup campaign