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[Precious Life Shelter IV] Mission: Serving homeless pregnant women and their children. Builder Captain: Empire Homes. Architect: JZMK Partners Project Value: $841,835/In-kind donations of $386,669 Work Performed: New construction. Groundbreaking: April 30, 2008 Dedication: November 21, 2008 Beds Added: 30 Board Liaison: Russ Van Cleve- Empire Homes

[Precious Life Shelter IV] Mission: Serving homeless pregnant women and their children. Builder Captain: Empire Homes. Architect: JZMK Partners Project Value: $841,835/In-kind donations of $386,669 Work Performed: New construction. Groundbreaking: April 30, 2008 Dedication: November 21, 2008 Beds Added: 30 Board Liaison: Russ Van Cleve- Empire Homes

[Precious Life Shelter III] Mission: For homeless pregnant women. Builder Captain: Centex Homes. Architect: JBZ Architecture + Planning. Project Value: $863,000/In-kind donations of $564,624 Work Performed: New construction-multi-purpose building. Groundbreaking: April 1, 2001 Dedication: November 2001 Beds Added: 27

[Precious Life Shelter III] Mission: For homeless pregnant women. Builder Captain: Centex Homes. Architect: JBZ Architecture + Planning. Project Value: $863,000/In-kind donations of $564,624 Work Performed: New construction-multi-purpose building. Groundbreaking: April 1, 2001 Dedication: November 2001 Beds Added: 27

Looking to infuse some positivity into your life, especially for those extra difficult days? Learn how to use affirmations as a self-care tool. They allow you to focus on a positive thought and take your mind away from the negative. Leave yourself a note at home, whether it’s a post-it on the fridge or lipstick written on the bathroom mirror or a mug with a happy message. Start a journal entry with an affirmation and then freewrite from there. Check out eBay’s guide to using affirmations.

5 Ways to Use Affirmations as a Self-Care Tool

Looking to infuse some positivity into your life, especially for those extra difficult days? Learn how to use affirmations as a self-care tool. They allow you to focus on a positive thought and take your mind away from the negative. Leave yourself a note at home, whether it’s a post-it on the fridge or lipstick written on the bathroom mirror or a mug with a happy message. Start a journal entry with an affirmation and then freewrite from there. Check out eBay’s guide to using affirmations.

[House of Hope//Orange County Rescue Mission]  Mission: For homeless women and their children. Builder Captain: William Lyon Homes Inc., Standard Pacific, and Warmington Homes & Metro. Architect: ARC-ID Architects. Project Value: $1.3 million/ In-kind donations of $850,000 Work Performed: New construction with offices. Groundbreaking: March 1, 1993 Dedication: May 1994 Beds Added: 45

[House of Hope//Orange County Rescue Mission] Mission: For homeless women and their children. Builder Captain: William Lyon Homes Inc., Standard Pacific, and Warmington Homes & Metro. Architect: ARC-ID Architects. Project Value: $1.3 million/ In-kind donations of $850,000 Work Performed: New construction with offices. Groundbreaking: March 1, 1993 Dedication: May 1994 Beds Added: 45

[The Village of Hope//Orange County Rescue Mission] Mission: Serving homeless families. Builder Captains: Oltmans Construction, William Lyon Homes, Lennar Communities, John Laing Homes, Laing Luxury.  Architect: Gensler Architects and Axcess Architects. Project Value: $36 million/In-kind donations 19,996,693 Work Performed: Construction of barracks and new construction. Dedication: September 19, 2008 Beds Added: 192 in two barracks. Board Liaison: Bart Hansen- Ransomed Heart and Jay Blakslee

[The Village of Hope//Orange County Rescue Mission] Mission: Serving homeless families. Builder Captains: Oltmans Construction, William Lyon Homes, Lennar Communities, John Laing Homes, Laing Luxury. Architect: Gensler Architects and Axcess Architects. Project Value: $36 million/In-kind donations 19,996,693 Work Performed: Construction of barracks and new construction. Dedication: September 19, 2008 Beds Added: 192 in two barracks. Board Liaison: Bart Hansen- Ransomed Heart and Jay Blakslee

[Huntington Youth Shelter] Mission: For teenagers 11-17 years of age. Builder Captain: Home Depot and Kevin Hampton. Project Value: $650,000/ In-kind donations of $500,000 Work Performed: Renovation of existing home and new construction.  Groundbreaking: May 1, 1993 Dedication: August 1993 Beds Added: 18

[Huntington Youth Shelter] Mission: For teenagers 11-17 years of age. Builder Captain: Home Depot and Kevin Hampton. Project Value: $650,000/ In-kind donations of $500,000 Work Performed: Renovation of existing home and new construction. Groundbreaking: May 1, 1993 Dedication: August 1993 Beds Added: 18

[Girls Hope I]  Mission: Home for teenagers at risk. Builder Captain: NAWIC Work Performed: Renovation of existing home.  Groundbreaking: March 15, 1997 Dedication: October 1997 Beds Added: 5

[Girls Hope I] Mission: Home for teenagers at risk. Builder Captain: NAWIC Work Performed: Renovation of existing home. Groundbreaking: March 15, 1997 Dedication: October 1997 Beds Added: 5

[Casa Teresa II] Mission: Transitional housing for pregnant women. Builder Captain: Fieldstone Communities. Architect: Dawson Hannouche Pate Project Value: $219,025/In-kind donations of $183,900 Work Performed: Renovation. Groundbreaking: September 22, 2003 Dedication: May 7, 2004 Beds Added: 6 Board Liaison: Mike Schlesinger- Lennar Partners

[Casa Teresa II] Mission: Transitional housing for pregnant women. Builder Captain: Fieldstone Communities. Architect: Dawson Hannouche Pate Project Value: $219,025/In-kind donations of $183,900 Work Performed: Renovation. Groundbreaking: September 22, 2003 Dedication: May 7, 2004 Beds Added: 6 Board Liaison: Mike Schlesinger- Lennar Partners

[Pathways of Hope III] Builder Captain: Shea Homes Architect: David Viggiano and New Direction Home Design, Inc. Project Value: $2.5 million Dedication: May 20, 2014 Beds Added: 25 Board Liaison: Thomas Steele

[Pathways of Hope III] Builder Captain: Shea Homes Architect: David Viggiano and New Direction Home Design, Inc. Project Value: $2.5 million Dedication: May 20, 2014 Beds Added: 25 Board Liaison: Thomas Steele

[Girls Hope II] Mission: Serving female youth. Builder Captain: American Society of Interior Designers/ National Association of Women in Construction. Project Value: $57,464/In-kind donations of $42,904 Work Performed: Renovation. Dedication: June 17, 2010 Beds Added: 1 Board Liaison: Val Celestin- Interiors by Valerie

[Girls Hope II] Mission: Serving female youth. Builder Captain: American Society of Interior Designers/ National Association of Women in Construction. Project Value: $57,464/In-kind donations of $42,904 Work Performed: Renovation. Dedication: June 17, 2010 Beds Added: 1 Board Liaison: Val Celestin- Interiors by Valerie

[Women's Transitional Living Center] Mission: For victims of domestic violence. Builder Captain: Stonegate Roofing/ Lifetile. Project Value: $40,000/ In-kind donations of $40,000 Work Performed: Re-roof to preserve existing shelter. Groundbreaking: July 1, 1993 Dedication: September 1993 Beds Preserved: 45

[Women's Transitional Living Center] Mission: For victims of domestic violence. Builder Captain: Stonegate Roofing/ Lifetile. Project Value: $40,000/ In-kind donations of $40,000 Work Performed: Re-roof to preserve existing shelter. Groundbreaking: July 1, 1993 Dedication: September 1993 Beds Preserved: 45

[Habitat for Humanity]  Mission: For families without homes. Architect: BBG Architects Project Value: $100,000/ In-kind donations of $50,000 Work Performed: two low cost housing units. Groundbreaking: October 1, 1998 Dedication: May 1999 Beds Added: 12

[Habitat for Humanity] Mission: For families without homes. Architect: BBG Architects Project Value: $100,000/ In-kind donations of $50,000 Work Performed: two low cost housing units. Groundbreaking: October 1, 1998 Dedication: May 1999 Beds Added: 12

[Casa Teresa III] Mission: Serving homeless families. Builder Captain: Advanced Real Estate Services, Inc. Architect: JZMK Partners Project Value: $175,700/In-kind donations of $46,343 Work Performed: Renovation of six units, 5 one-bedroom, and one two-bedroom- 4,000 square ft. Start: May 2006 Dedication: October 8, 2006 Beds Added: 14 Board Liaison: Val Celestin- Interiors by Valerie

[Casa Teresa III] Mission: Serving homeless families. Builder Captain: Advanced Real Estate Services, Inc. Architect: JZMK Partners Project Value: $175,700/In-kind donations of $46,343 Work Performed: Renovation of six units, 5 one-bedroom, and one two-bedroom- 4,000 square ft. Start: May 2006 Dedication: October 8, 2006 Beds Added: 14 Board Liaison: Val Celestin- Interiors by Valerie

[Isaiah House] Mission: Providing food and shelter for the homeless. Builder Captain: CALPASC OCIE, Pacific Design Estates Construction. Project Value: $88,000/In-kind donations of $530, 434 Work Performed: Renovation. Start Date: Spring 2007 Dedication: July 18, 2008  Beds Added: 120 people a night/ 3,500 hot meals each week. Board Liaison: Thomas Steele- Hardwood Creations

[Isaiah House] Mission: Providing food and shelter for the homeless. Builder Captain: CALPASC OCIE, Pacific Design Estates Construction. Project Value: $88,000/In-kind donations of $530, 434 Work Performed: Renovation. Start Date: Spring 2007 Dedication: July 18, 2008 Beds Added: 120 people a night/ 3,500 hot meals each week. Board Liaison: Thomas Steele- Hardwood Creations