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Barriers to the Boardroom

Barriers to the Boardroom

In California, roughly 65-70% of people return to incarceration within three years of their release. This is costly and ineffective. 

Orange County alone releases around 55,000 people back to our communities each year in need of services and support. 

Having a quality full-time job drastically reduces recidivism and saves tax-payers millions of dollars each year. 

To help keep up with the need in the community, H.I.R.E. has launched Barriers to the Boardroom, helping to lead people from the numerous barriers they have after incarceration to be future community leaders. 

As we work towards building the county's first ever Reentry Workforce Training Facility (opening Fall 2027), please help us raise $100,000 to grow capacity and provide people with the wraparound services, mental health, employment readiness and job placement assistance they need to be successful. 

For more information on how to support H.I.R.E., please contact us at info@hireoc.org or make a donation here

Thank You to Our Amazing Supporters

Donors are recognized at the following annual donation levels: 

C-Suite  $10,000+

Director Level $5,000-$9,999

Manager $1,000-4,999

Coordinator $500-$999

Intern $100-$499

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Donor Recognition

C-Suite Level

Turner's Total Painting

Director

Swinerton Builders

Manager

Medlin Workforce & Reentry Solutions

Meghan Medlin

Modern Woodmen of America

Van Swaay Family Foundation

Coordinator

Eduardo Martinez

Intern

Amairany Zamora-Rincon

Anonymous Donor

Ariel O'Campo

Barbara Demman

Betty Valencia

Bobby Waltman

Brateil Aghasi

Christi Kret Matthews

Claudia Godoy

Corey Harris

Crystal Grimenstein

David Sacks

Ernest Hammond III

ImpactAssets

Itzel Romero

Jacqueline Turner

Jennifer Paul

Jessica Hamman

Karyn Mendoza

Larry Robbin

Marina Straziuso

Quian Jian

Randall Woodworth

Robert Francisco

Robert Waltman

Sara Urquidez

Sgt. Pepperoni's

Stephanie Naime

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