Check back to find out more about our 2017 events!
Thank you once again to those who participated in last year’s events! Whether you supported SPIN during the #iheartOC campaign or attended our fall fundraiser dinner, Evening of Note, you helped make a difference in the lives of many individuals. We’re currently planning our 2017 events. Please check back for more information!
More Than a Quarter of Orange County Youth Live in Poverty
A recent article in the Orange County Register notes that 27 percent of young children in Orange County live in poverty, and that the range of poverty varies drastically by area: 9 percent in Newport Beach, Aliso Viejo, and Laguna Hills, to 48 percent in East Santa Ana.
The Crowd: SPIN Provides Help for the Homeless
The Los Angeles Times Daily Pilot highlighted SPIN’s work on Nov. 3, 2016:One of the great ironies in modern American society is the massive homeless population that exists in part due to the collateral damage stemming from an over-increasing culture of prosperity. It seems that the more some have, the less a corresponding population has.
The Crowd: Irrelevant Week returns to Newport Beach with gala, beach party
Irrelevant Week XLI, the long-standing and long-running brainchild of founder and Newport Beach icon Paul Salata, annually honors the so-called “lowsman” of the NFL Draft. This year was no exception, as it furthered its basic underlying purpose of recognizing and saluting the underdog in 2016.
Help The Fight Against Homlessness in Orange County