City Council Homeless and Poverty Committee Meeting


Chief Operating Officer, Rachel Feldstein, attended the City Council Homeless and Poverty Committee meeting September 4th. In attendance were councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Monica Rodriguez, Mike Bonin and David Ryu. The committee requested comments from stakeholders on how the city should prioritize and distribute the Homeless Housing Assistance and Prevention Program (HHAPP) funding. #homelessness #endhomelessness

President & CEO, Dora Leong Gallo Discusses the Homelessness Crisis in Los Angeles


President and CEO, Dora Leong Gallo, joined Congresswoman Maxine Waters and Members of the House Financial Services Committee and California Delegation to discuss the state of homelessness in Los Angeles. The hearing examined the #homelessness crisis in Los Angeles metropolitan area, actions taken thus far, and additional actions that can be taken at the local, … Continue reading President & CEO, Dora Leong Gallo Discusses the Homelessness Crisis in Los Angeles

NeighborWorks Week 2019


Thank you to our staff and tenants for making this year’s NeighborWorks Week a success. Our organization held several events including health fairs, gardening events, community clean-ups and more. To learn more about NeighborWorks America visit www.neighborworks.org

17th Annual Beyond Perceptions Awards Celebration


A Community of Friends is thrilled to have held our Annual Beyond Perceptions Awards Celebration at the new Banc of California Stadium on Wednesday, May 22, 2019.  Honorees included Ed Casey from Alston & Bird LLP, Daniel Golub from Holland & Knight LLP, Peter Rosen and Meryn Grant from Latham & Watkins LLP, and ACOF … Continue reading 17th Annual Beyond Perceptions Awards Celebration

Fullerton Heights Ribbon-Cutting


A Community of Friends thanks everyone, including Mayor Jesus Silva and County of Orange Supervisor, Doug Chaffee, for their participation during the Fullerton Heights Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony. Fullerton Heights is a 36-unit, mixed tenancy apartment complex known primarily as a permanent supportive housing community. Two-thirds of the apartments are reserved for formerly homeless individuals and families … Continue reading Fullerton Heights Ribbon-Cutting