Assemblywoman Kate Sanchez Selects Community Outreach Ministry as Non-Profit of the Year for Assembly District 71
Sacramento, CA – Today, Assemblywoman Kate Sanchez (R-Rancho Santa Margarita) announced her selection for the non-profit of the year for Assembly District 71.
“I am proud to select Community Outreach Ministry of Wildomar”, said Assemblywoman Sanchez. “Their dedicated work with helping at-risk kids to break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy, drugs, violence, delinquency, gangs, and incarceration is incredible and I am grateful to have them in our district.”
The mission of Community Outreach Ministry, co-founded over 20 years ago by Bob and Dr. Mona Davies, is to focus on early intervention which has increased these children’s capacities, to become first-generation high school graduates, skilled workers, and earn a legal salary. Their successful treatment and intervention programs through their Mentor Protégé Workshops are helping to reduce recidivism. These programs are “Giving at-risk kids a second chance to be winners and champions.”
“Community Outreach Ministry is another great example of what we do right in our communities,” said Assemblywoman Sanchez. “This organization serves as an inspiring example of putting others before self. They are dedicated to changing lives in our world and they are doing just that.”
Kate Sanchez was elected to the California State Assembly and serves the 71st California Assembly District. Kate is a proud Mom, and businesswoman and has been a proven advocate for parental rights, and public safety and continues to fight against California tax increases. In the State Assembly, she represents the cities of Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, Temecula, Murrieta, Wildomar, and unincorporated areas of French Valley, Temecula Wine Country, and Orange County.