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Grandma's House of Hope

Virtual - Valentine's Day Card Making Event

Join with your friends and family in a COVID safe environment at your own home and make Home Made Valentines for our shelter clients.

Each year we ask for valentine cards with inspirational sayings for our Rescue and Restored Housing Program. This is a fantastic event for groups of students, service clubs, families or businesses looking for an event to make a difference.

We accept store bought or handmade valentines. Snacks or Treat bags are also accepted. Snacks & treats must be store bought and individually wrapped in the manufacturers packaging. Treats can be as simple as a See's Sucker or small bags of individually wrapped candy.

Feeling more creative? We also need decorated paper bags (lunch size) to put all the Valentine's and treats into before we distribute to our clients.

Use your imagination; decorated bags can be beautiful, funny, or inspirational - Get your kids involved.

All donations need to be received at our Donation Center in Garden Grove no later than Wednesday February 10, 2021.

About GHH: Grandma's House of Hope (GHH) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to improving the quality of life for Orange County's most vulnerable, underserved and socio-economically disadvantaged community members by providing housing, food and trauma-informed supportive services. GHH's Rescued and Restored Housing Program offers emergency, bridge and long-term supportive housing as well as food with which to prepare three meals a day, services to meet basic needs, care coordination, case management/advocacy, counseling, workforce development, 12-step programs and individualized care to homeless women, with or without very young children, and homeless men.

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About Grandma's House of Hope


1505 E 17th St Ste #116, SANTA ANA, CA 92705, US

Mission Statement

To empower the invisible populations of Orange County.


To empower the invisible populations of Orange County.

Homeless & Housing


Mon Jan 04, 2021 - Mon Feb 08, 2021
12:01 AM - 11:59 PM  


Garden Grove, CA 92841






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