There are hundreds of community-based organizations in Santa Ana. They include our 64 neighborhood associations, nearly 50 parent groups at schools, over 100 faith-based organizations, 25 service clubs and over 200 non-profit social service agencies not to mention the municipal agencies and private companies with an interest in civic engagement.
The Community Development Resource Network was developed through a collaboration of community-based organizations and Santa Ana's Community Development Agency in an effort to demonstrate the benefits of networking and recognition, strategic planning, information sharing and increased collaboration.
Faith Based Roundtable - Santa Ana has hundreds of faith-based organizations. Each year, the Roundtable hosts the "Days of Good Deeds", which brings volunteers from area congregations together to assist families with modest incomes.
Financial Stability Initiatives - Our community's financial stability initiatives include SparkPoint and improving access to the Federal Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) by local families. For more information, please call Orange County United Way at (949) 263.6127.
- 2009 Annual Report
- Bank on Santa Ana Presentation to CBOs
- Bank on Santa Ana Presentation to Financial Partners
- Bank on California - Marketing Opportunities
- Santa Ana Profile
- 2013 and 2014 reports for Santa Ana EITC Campaign
- 2016 Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Flyer - Bi-Lingual Flyer
- Santa Ana - Social Compact Drill Down