Fourth District Discretionary Funding Grants

Grant Description Attachments

Award to the City of Fullerton to support improvements to the HOPE (Homeless Outreach and Proactive Engagement Center) This grant assisted with the purchase of necessary equipent and resources for the homele3ss population, such as mental health and rehabilition services.

Item S96A - 5/24/2022 Board Meeting



Creation of a Victims’ Relief Fund administered by Waymakers supports victims and their families who were impacted by the July 11, 2022 shootings at 7-Eleven convenience stores in the City of La Habra and City of Brea.

Item S29C - 7/19/2022 Board Meeting

7-11 Victims’ Relief Fund Press Conference



AUHSD: Unlimited You (Parenting Pathway) provides parenting students with childcare and wraparound services. Funding for their program was allocated towards the purchase of innovative furniture, culinary equipment, and mobile computer learning lab and materials.




Award to the City of Buena Park for the installation of security cameras and lighting upgrades at various locations around the City, including Ralph B. Clark Park, William Peak Park, George Bellis Park, and others.

08/26/2022 City of Buena Park News Release



Non-Profit Organization: PTA Thrift Shop was awarded funding to support veterans and residents experiencing or at risk of experiencing homelessness.




City of Stanton -The Family Resource Center was awarded funding to go towards renovations of the interior and air conditioning system of the Family Resource Center as well as a new playground.




Thomas Edison Elementary School Folklorico Program received funding to go towards the Folklorico students' performance outfits.




Lestonnac Free Clinic was awarded funding to support their efforts in providing free healthcare services to uninsured low-income residents across Southern California. This funding has helped Lestonnac Free Clinic to provide healthcare services including medical, dental, vision, and drug rehabilitation services.




Abound Food Care (Monkey Business Café) received funding to help provide emergency meals to community members affected by larger disasters and who face food insecurities.




District 4 Gun Buyback Program was awarded funding to assist with their efforts of safely removing firearms from the streets through the voluntary surrender of such firearms.

Item 1.i - 10/18/2022 Placentia City Council Meeting



WTLC Hope House was awarded funding to support survivors of domestic violence and survivors of human trafficking at risk of experiencing homelessness in their pursuit of escaping the violence they are experiencing.




AUHSD: Unlimited You (MACC) received funding for their efforts of creating access to nutritious foods, vegetables, and fruits in food desert areas, which helps reduce health issues related poverty, housing, and lack of nutrition.




CIELO was awarded funding to help support low-to-moderate income communities, immigrants, and BIPOC with training, resources, and connections that aid in the success of their entrepreneurship goals.




Muckenthaler Cultural Center, who provides summer campus and various classes for around 5,000 students, received funding to assist with safety repairs and infrastructure improvements.




Tiger Woods Foundation received funding to support their Classroom to Careers program which facilitates workforce development, higher education and college access for low-income students in North Orange County.




City of Brea - Arovista Park received funding for their new state-of-the-art all accessible playground anticipated to open in the summer of 2024




Award to Cal State Fullerton for the construction of the “Titan Gateway” Pedestrian Bridge, which will connect the campus’s College Park building with the main campus across Nutwood Avenue to make Cal State Fullerton safer.




Solidarity was awarded funding to financially support 3 workshops in the area of workforce development.




Fullerton School District - Community Resource Center was awarded funding to help improve student outcomes through a focus on academics, health and social services, youth and community development, and community engagement.




Orange County Sheriff's Department was awarded funding for the purchase of a BearCat MedEvac which enhanced OC Sheriff's Department SWAT's ability to respond to high-risk situations, such as bringing in medics or extracting victims who need medical attention.