Jmh-Anaheim Foundation Inc

Spreading Goodness, Meeting Needs, Demonstrating Kindness

aka Love Anaheim   |   ANAHEIM, CA   |  https://www.loveanaheim.org/

Mission

JMh - Anaheim's mission is to provide community-based services: family resources, community engagement & resiliency platforms, educational opportunities & enrichment, values education, and other community enhancement systems. Love Anaheim (a DBA of JMh) is a multi - sector Service Project Movement with the goal of loving & serving Anaheim, and mission to "Spread Goodness, Meet Needs and Demonstrate Kindness." Love Anaheim's Service Project Events and programs match leaders, volunteers, and funding to accomplish need based projects across the City using the collaboration of Faith Based Groups, non-profits, school districts, businesses, service organizations, neighborhoods, city departments, residents, and guests, working together for the common good of Anaheim.

Ruling year info

2015

Board President / Executive Director

Nathan Zug

Main address

720 S MAGNOLIA AVE

ANAHEIM, CA 92804 USA

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EIN

46-2909640

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Public Foundations (T30)

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Our programs

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Better Way Anaheim

A "Pathway to Work" initiative started by the City of Anaheim in December of 2017 that allows Homeless individuals volunteer opportunities while connecting them to services, a jobs program and a gift card. Over 1050 have been served since the program began. http://www.betterwayanaheim.org In July of 2020, an additional program was added to Better Way Anaheim that includes Life Skills, Job Skills, Employment opportunities and connection to a developing Employment Network.

Population(s) Served
Homeless people

Love Anaheim is multi - sector Service Project Movement with the goal of loving and serving Anaheim. It features 5-6 main Service Project Events each year that match willing leaders, volunteers, and funding to accomplish a wide range of need based projects. The Love Anaheim Movement adds goodness, compassion and kindness across the City of Anaheim by the collaboration of various Faith Based Groups, non-profits, school districts, businesses, service organizations, sports groups, neighborhoods, city departments, residents, and guests all working together for the common good of Anaheim

Population(s) Served
Adults
Families

Love Our Seniors program involves serving Seniors at Mobile Home Parks across Anaheim. With several weeks of planning, volunteers or Corporations can participate in a 4 hour project including: 1. Yard work, cleaning and various tasks at around mobile homes. 2. spending time with and serving Seniors in the clubhouse by completing 1 or more projects: making Care Baskets, Encouragement Cards, Food Bags, Hygiene Blessing Bags (all to bless others) in addition to playing Bingo. 3. Sharing a lunch / meal together in the Clubhouse to end the Service Project Event in order to further relationships that were developed in the planning process as well as during the Service Project Event.

Population(s) Served
Seniors
Economically disadvantaged people

JMh Anaheim / Love Anaheim is developing a network of Certified Community Care Partners / Chaplains who can give ongoing support as well as post traumatic event support (Critical Incident Stress Management / Debriefing). Quarterly training / certification opportunities with both International Critical Incident Stress Foundation (ICISF) as well as International Conference Of Police Chaplains (ICPC) are available. Love Anaheim has a group of Care Partners / Chaplains that make regular visits to employees / employee groups to build resource giving rapport, so that if there is a crisis, they are not unfamiliar and can be easily called upon to support.
Employees and employee groups - especially service providers, teachers, first responders, and those in similar roles - acquire longevity and resiliency. With proper mental and emotional care, those in service based trades can be healthier and more stable.

Population(s) Served
Caregivers
Adults

Where we work

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Jmh-Anaheim Foundation Inc

Board of directors
as of 4/22/2021
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Nathan Zug

Dr. Kris Lasher

Retired Principal

Paul Mercier

Retired Superintendent

Corey Wylde

Business Owner

Steve Spykerman

Retired Bus Driver

Brenda Wylde

Bill Samp

Retired Fire Chief

Ken Lee

Nathan Zug

JMh - Anaheim