Did You Know

Over 100

Homeless Youth Housed in 2017

Build Futures provides immediate housing to homeless 18 to 24 year olds in Orange County.

We provide the services, resources, and support they need to obtain and maintain stable employment, and long term independence.

Build Futures has helped over 1,200 homeless youth and housed over 500 homeless youth. Stopping youth homelessness prevents chronic homelessness.…Read More

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My name is Kevin O'Grady. I'm the Executive Director of Build Futures. We provide Emergency Housing for youth 18-24. We are a very low barrier program-that means we accept clients with very few restrictions. You have to be within 24 hours of homelessness, and be able to work.

We house youth and pay their rent while we prepare them for employment, and move them to a place where they are able to pay their own rent. We also provide bus passes so clients can get to workshops and job sites, clothes, and emergency food.

Homelessness is skyrocketing in Orange County. We need your help more than ever. Please make a donation to Build Futures and help us help Orange County's homeless youth.

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2 months ago

Hi Kevin. This is Natalie Costa with The Performer's Academy. We have 100 backpacks stuff with toiletries, blankets and hygiene products ready to go for you. Can someone please call me so we can figure out how to get them to you. Thank you. 949-609-1600

1 month ago   ·  1

Do you have a similar agency in Seattle, Washington?

2 weeks ago

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A Striking Number of College Students Are Hungry and Homeless youtu.be/xZFLvSIhm3A #RealCollege

3 months ago


  • Provide 10 bus passes - $45
  • Provide a cell phone - $50
  • Provide stable housing & bus pass - $150
95 cents of every dollar donated to Build Futures goes directly to serving homeless youth in Orange County.

Your donation will provide safe housing, transportation and job services to help ensure a brighter future for these kids. No donation is too small.