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ORGANIZATION: Project Access, Inc.

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Project Access Resource Centers
Help us create opportunities that change lives!

Project Access offers a variety of programs and services to enrich the lives of senior citizens.

This resource center is open and in need on volunteers on Monday - Thursday between 10am-3pm.

Volunteer support is needed for a variety of programs including:

  • Korean translation, interpretation and paperwork support
  • Leading arts and craft classes
  • Assisting with Health Fairs and health related workshops
  • Outreaching to disabled seniors who cannot leave their homes easily
  • Managing a small library
  • Teaching basic computer skills
  • Senior fitness classes
  • Have another idea? We are always looking for volunteers to lead new activities!

We have a SPECIAL NEED for Korean speaking volunteers! Please inquire if you would be interested in serving our seniors in translation, interpretation and paperwork support!

If interested, reply to this listing or directly connect with our Resident Services Coordinator:

  • Katherine Lee
    • Email: klee@project-access.org
    • Phone:949-594-1176

M-Th 9-3pm

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About Project Access, Inc.


2100 W Orangewood Ave, Ste. 230, Orange, CA 92868, US

Mission Statement

To be the leading provider of vital health, education and employment services to families, children, and seniors living in affordable housing communities. Our goal is to help keep family members employed, children in school, and seniors active.


Project Access envisions that all residents of affordable housing communities have the opportunity to achieve self-sufficiency and maximize their full potential. To accomplish this goal Project Access works with affordable housing developers/owners in a partial fee-for-service relationship to bring free services to residents and in some cases those living within the overall community. This partial financial commitment and in-kind donation of space allows Project Access to bring additional resources together to develop comprehensive programs at our Resource Centers. Project Access’ bilingual Service Coordinators offer a variety of programs and services to address individual and community needs.

To learn more about Project Access, please visit our website: http://www.project-access.org/


Community, Seniors


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615 S Manhattan Pl.Los Angeles, CA 90005




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