Happy New Year – 2023
Community Outreach Alliance wants to thank everyone who helped us during our transitions last year and continued to support us, volunteer and give their time to help our programs continue to grow and flourish. We are excited for what the future holds. We have a strong team of dedicated board members, advisory committee, volunteers and amazing support from the community. We have some big plans for the future to help reach more people and help share community resources.
Through Food Connection, we continue to strive towards our goal of helping to feed and care for more people. We help serve food to hundreds of local families, seniors and military families.
Through our music outreach program, COA Entertainment, many youth and young adults are able to flourish and share their passion of music. Because of our music outreach program we can share about the resources available in the community with those we partner with that have similar goals.
We are also so thankful for all our monthly donors who help us maintain our weekly COA Food Connection and COA Entertainment activities so we can help more people. We need your help to make sure we can continue to help the community. Together we can make a big difference with local families, military, seniors and veterans.
Giving back to the community
Thank you to everyone who helped donate toys to COA’s Toy Drive. We had a successful Toy Drive and were able to help distribute toys to many happy families.
Puttin on the Glitz fun
Thank you to those who stopped by our booth at Puttin on the Glitz Downtown December 3rd. Many helped with creating a booth that was all lit up and as a fundraiser had a raffle for 4 baskets. COA Posters were setting at different places to share community resources.
We had so much fun at the event listening to the COA Entertainment performers across from us and mingling with the community.
The winners of the raffle drawings were Sharla B. for the Oster Roaster Oven, Celia won the Cooking Basket, Christina won the Toy Basket, Bridgette won the Wine Basket. All raffle items were hand delivered to our winners and thanked in person.
Looking for ways to help out in the community? Looking for Community Service hours?
Looking for a social media assistant intern
If you are looking for way to boost your portfolio, we could use you to help us manage our social media.
Volunteer for Food Connection
Helping to set out food and distribute food every other Monday.
Contact us for more info.
Fill out the Volunteer form to help volunteer.
Join our Team!
COA Volunteer or COA Board Member
There are different ways to help out, so please email with interest and/or questions to email@example.com
Get involved with COA board and help make a difference in the community.
Contact us for info: (949) 257-2286 firstname.lastname@example.org
Donate to our programs COA Food Connection and COA Entertainment
We appreciate your support. Your donations help COAs programs to reach more people so we can feed more families, seniors and military. We also have the chance to have more youth perform live locally and share community resources.
COA ENTERTAINMENT UPCOMING EVENTS
Village Art Fair on Dec. 7th
Contact Joanie by text or email if you would like to be in the music line up. 30 min sets from 11:30-1:30pm
Text: (949) 633-0550
January Open Mic Night
Friday, January 27th 6:45pm – 8:45pm
All are welcome!
To sign up email LB at email@example.com
Puttin on the Glitz
From 4:30-9:00-COA Bands and Performers provided Live Music and many walking down Avenida Del Mar stopped to listen!!
BANDS: Hot Mess, Bad Kissers, Maggie’s Dilemma PERFORMERS:
Temi Krovblit, Ava Moaddeli, Calla Manwarning, Sydney Holland, Summer Brennan (trio), Jessa Rae, Megan Malerie
Also on Dec 3rd COA Entertainement performers Megan Melerie, Temi Krovblit, Ava Moaddeli, Calla Manwaring, & Sydney Holland were at Antoine’s Café for over 2 hours providing holiday music cheer.
On Dec. 7th, COA Entertainment Performers Corey Angeli and Ava Moaddeli provided live music for the SC Garden Club Christmas Lunch at Bella Collina. Also, COA wants to thank San Clemente Garden Club for their generous donation.
On Dec.10th, COA Entertainment Performers Jessa Rae, Sophia Carlin, Aubrie Reichert, and Megan Malerie provided live music at the Village Art Faire.
Wonderful LIVE MUSIC at the Beautiful Casa Romantica during Casa Lumina by the Talented COA Performers!! Dates performed on Dec. 1, 2, 3, 4, 10, 20, 21 & 22.
Instagrams for COA Entertainment performers at Casa Romantica:
@temis_music @averyb._music @ladythecalla
@aubrieannreichert @waterlily_music @annakee.music
COA Community Outreach Alliance Teams up with other non-profits with similar goals for PROMOTING a HEALTHY LIFESTYLE for Youth and Young Adults.
At https://communityoutreachalliance.com/coa-entertainment/ are photo collages of many of the Events below where the COA performers provided LIVE MUSIC!
At All events- there are COA Poster boards up-Promoting:COA Entertainment, Food Connection & Resources and COA Performers make announcements – Promoting COA!
Check out our RESOURCES page: https://communityoutreachalliance.com/resource/
Do you need groceries?
Free Food Distribution for those in need without identification!
No questions asked! At no cost!
The San Clemente Baha’i Center
3316 Avenida del Presidente
San Clemente, CA 92674
New Time: 3:00-4:00pm
Every Other Monday
January 9 & 23
February 6 & 20
We love our Food Connection Volunteers! Thank you for all you do to help feed families and the community. Our local families, senior and military families are so grateful for you too!
Check out our Community Resources page on our website to learn about Local free Food distributions, Free Youth Activities, Mental Health, Drug and Alcohol Assistance, Family help and more.
FREE FUN FOR TEENS
Every Week The Noble Path Foundation has a different fun Social Activity for teen called TGIF
Must be 13+ or older
Hang out, throw darts, play ping pong, watch movies, draw, play games.
420 El Camino Real, San Clemente
Sign up attend at this link:
Free Guitar Lessons
Free guitar lessons for teens every Friday 4:30-5:30PM
420 El Camino Real, San Clemente
Sign up attend at this link:
AIM High is a 7-week free leadership series of Advocacy, Inspiration and Mentorship by The Noble Foundation that pairs young people with leaders in our community, with the goal of helping them reach their highest potential in all areas of wellness.
Next session starts soon! Current Session ends Nov. 16th.
Sign up at : https://thenoblepathfoundation.org/membership/