Archive for December, 2019

Helping Orange County’s Underprivileged: WISEPlace

Posted on December 22, 2019. Filed under: First Time Buyer help |

Meet WISEPlace

WISEPlace, a nonprofit organization, is a “community of housing and hope for women in crisis.” With 90-years of history of caring for the community, WISEPlace provides safe, affordable transitional housing, healthy meals, and employment assistance to help women move from “homelessness and hopelessness” to independence and hopefulness. There case managers provide counseling to help women overcome the issues that led to unemployment and or homelessness. To learn more about WISEPlace, watch this video. 

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We got to meet Brateil Aghasi, Executive Director at WISEPlace and learn all about WISEPlace while attending the NAWRB conference. WISEPlace offers regular open houses to support the community to assist in a better understanding of homelessness and the ways we can all come together to work towards ending it. Interested in attending an upcoming event with WISEPlace? View the upcoming Learning Session & Tour dates here. 

Homeownership Day & OC Home Fair 

We can’t wait for our annual Homeownership Day & OC Home Fair at Chapman University for the 8th year in a row on Saturday, January 18, 2020. We are only a few weeks away! We are even more excited to invite the Women of WISEPlace to Homeownership Day.

Learn more about WISEPlace here. We are looking forward to supporting the WISEPlace mission by continuing to encourage and empower women through organizations like this. 

 

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