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APD helps underprivileged kids on a special 'Back to School Day'


August, 2017 by Behind The Badge

The sound of shoppers slowly began to fill the clothing section of an Anaheim Target Store early Friday, July 21. But the babble brewed well before the doors opened to regular customers, as 36 underprivileged kids got some special treatment.

Pushing the carts were local volunteers, many of whom were from the Anaheim Police Department, Anaheim Fire & Rescue and local Rotarians too. They all came together for the annual Back to School Day event.

Organized and sponsored by the Orange County Family Justice Center Foundation, the early morning shopping spree at the Euclid Street Target store helped local underprivileged kids get new clothes for school.

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Orange County Family Justice Center Foundation adopts 61 families for Christmas


December, 2016 by Behind The Badge

The way Scott Frisbie sees it, every child deserves to have a happy Christmas, especially those whose families have been impacted by domestic violence.

That’s why Frisbie, who owns McDonald’s restaurants in Orange County, donated plenty of food for the Adopt-A-Family event hosted by the Orange County Family Justice Center Foundation on Friday, Dec. 16 in Anaheim.

The foundation serves as the fundraising arm for the Orange County Family Justice Center, which is made up of a law enforcement component that targets abusers and a component that provides resources to families and individuals who’ve been victimized.

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OCFJC In The Media


Violence Survivor: 'I've been to hell and back'

OC Register
April 6, 2010

Maria arrived at the Anaheim Family Justice Center just after Christmas. Her nose was broken. Her black eyes were hidden behind oversized sunglasses.

Her alcoholic boyfriend beat her then burned her clothing

"They say what doesn't kill you makes you stronger," says Maria, 21. "Well, I've been to hell and back."

She and 20 other women recently graduated from the Justice Center's second "Survivor's Academy," an eight-week course that provides tools, skills and confidence to encourage meaningful change.

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Tracy Theadore
Executive Director
OCFJC Foundation

Address:
150 West Vermont Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92805

ttheadore@anaheim.net
Phone: 714.765.1618
Orange County Family Justice Center Foundation
150 West Vermont Avenue | Anaheim, CA 92805
714.765.1618 | ocfjcfoundation@gmail.com
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