Hope in Action


May 2022

Humberto, Veterans Park resident

Marine Corps Veteran, Unhoused for Decades, Finds A Supportive Home at Veterans Park

As Humberto begins to recover from the toll that homelessness took on him, he’s equally excited about the new possibilities he has at Veterans Park, like “meeting new people, new friends, starting all over, and maybe having a barbecue once in a while.”

He said that the feeling of finally being in his own home again “feels like a real big boost. My family don’t have to worry about me as much, knowing that I’m off the streets.”

Women posing for a photo at Beauty Bubbles and Bites

Be Pampered at Beauty, Bubbles & Bites!

Women of Hope and the Hope through Housing Foundation are excited to announce the return of this exclusive fun-raising event on Thursday, June 9! This year, Beauty, Bubble & Bites will be held at Red Hill Country Club in Rancho Cucamonga, and will feature the latest in beauty and self-care, signature drinks, tasty bites, and a fantastic silent auction full of beauty packages, designer accessories, and more. All proceeds benefit Hope through Housing’s Building Bright Futures Fund, helping local youth in our community to succeed in school and beyond.

To view our unique sponsorship opportunities or to purchase tickets, please visit https://WOHBBB.givesmart.com, but hurry – we expect another sold-out event! For more information, please contact Alyssa Cotter at acotter@hthf.org.

Meet Malik J. Mallory

Malik J. Mallory: Bringing a Unique Perspective to the Hope through Housing Board of Directors

Through hard work, Malik Mallory has made a successful career and life for himself, becoming a financial advisor running his own Edwards Jones office in Rancho Cucamonga. But he hasn’t always had an easy path – while growing up in various communities throughout the Inland Empire, Mr. Mallory saw many of his young friends and acquaintances go down different, dangerous roads. Now, Malik is ready to provide his personal and professional expertise on the Hope through Housing Board, helping guide the foundation’s ever-improving approach to helping low-income residents break the cycle of generational poverty.

Kids playing at Vista Del Cielo

Empowering Youth to Make Health Happen at Vista Del Cielo

Hope through Housing is joining forces with HealthCorps, a fellow mission-driven national nonprofit, to empower youth to live healthier lifestyles and serve as leaders for their community.

HealthCorps strives to address health inequities in at-risk communities through educational leadership, programming, and service learning. Over the past few months, HealthCorps Member Roman Fernandez has been leading weekly Teens Make Health Happen sessions at Vista Del Cielo, working in partnership with Hope through Housing’s existing teen club to engage the community’s middle schoolers.

“The main goal was really to empower the youth there – really make them agents and make them feel that they can change their community for the better,” Roman said. “And to also help them focus on their overall mental health and overall physical health.”

US Bank representatives conducting a financial literacy class for youth

Hope through Housing and U.S. Bank Host 18 Financial Literacy Workshops in April for Affordable Housing Residents

April was Financial Literacy Month, and Hope through Housing and U.S. Bank celebrated the occasion by offering financial literacy workshops to hundreds of affordable housing residents across Southern California.

Throughout the month, Hope through Housing brought in U.S. Bank volunteers to host 18 free workshops at dozens of National CORE affordable housing communities in Fontana, Rancho Cucamonga, Corona, San Bernardino, Montclair, Cathedral City, Alta Loma, and Pomona. The hour-long workshops, including sessions led in Spanish, offered valuable tips on saving, preparing for unexpected expenses, preventing identity theft, and building smart financial habits.

U.S. Bank employees targeted workshops to specialized audiences. Sessions on avoiding identity theft were intended for seniors, while workshops on the basic principles of personal finance were offered to teens.

An Evening of Hope: 30 Years of Believing in Hope

Save the Date: October 21!

A Very Special Night: 30 Years of Believing in Hope

Save the date for this year’s very special 30th Anniversary Evening of Hope on Friday, October 21, 2022 at the Hilton Anaheim. All proceeds will help build bright futures for the thousands of children and teens who live in our communities!

Sponsors will enjoy a night of amazing entertainment in the world of Moulin Rouge, where the drinks flow and the food satisfies, as we celebrate how far we have come in 30 years thanks to your support. The need is great in our communities, and the power of our work continues to transform lives. Join us on a journey that we hope inspires you to imagine what the world can be when we all Believe in Hope!

For more information on sponsorship opportunities or Giving Hope, please contact Alyssa Cotter at acotter@hthf.org or 909-204-3446.


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