“A genuine consideration for others. An eagerness to sacrifice personal interests of glory for the welfare of all.”
The McMonigle Team is dedicated to serving the neighborhoods and communities in which we work. Throughout the year we are involved with select philanthropic causes to raise awareness and funds for our local charities. We encourage year round contributions and service to the organizations below:
Addresses illiteracy at its earliest stage by teaching at-risk second-graders how to read. The statistics on literacy underscore the critical need to address illiteracy in the United States. Sue Grant founded The Literacy Project (TLP) to target underachieving and struggling students in after-school environments and to provide a 30-hour reading program and product “free of cost” to students identified as performing far below basic in English proficiency. For more information or to contribute:
The Literacy Project
124 Tustin Avenue, Suite 103
Newport Beach, CA 92663
Working Wardrobes has changed the lives of nearly 95,000 men, women, veterans, and young adults overcoming difficult challenges – alcohol and substance abuse, domestic violence, incarceration, homelessness, catastrophic illness, and traumatic financial loss.
Main Office / Donations
1851 Kettering St
Irvine, CA 92614
T: (714) 210-2460
Sponsor the Annual Glow Gala!
Would you like to have a major impact on transforming lives by equipping girls with the tools and skills they need to advocate for themselves and change the world? Global Glow is a celebration of girls changing our world and is locally run by Kylie Schuyler, Event Chair. Become a sponsor for our biggest fundraising event of the year, the Glow Gala, taking place September 29th at the Resort at Pelican Hill. Visit GlobalGlowGala.org for details.
The Ocean Institute, founded in 1977 as the Orange County Marine Institute, is a community-based 501(c)(3) organization that educates 250,000 visitors annually through over 60 marine science and maritime history programs. We are located on 2.4 acres in the Dana Point Harbor; adjacent to a Marine Life Conservation Area. The facility is an ocean education center that offers in-depth Marine Science, Maritime History and Outdoor Education programs.
Our Adopt-A-Class program enables underserved students from Title I schools across California, to visit the Ocean Institute for hands-on STEM education. The Adopt-A-Class program is crucial to give these students the opportunity to take their learning beyond the classroom. The program is truly life changing for these students, as many have never seen the ocean, or been on a boat before. Click here to find out more: Ocean-institute.org