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January 27, 1990 | TOM McQUEENEY
Capt. Lee R. DeVore had been a police officer for more than 20 years when he began noticing that the homeless people he was seeing were no longer mostly middle-aged, alcoholic men. Increasingly, he realized, they were families with young children--on the street with nowhere to go. So in 1984, he approached Fran Lundquist, founder of the Sheepfold shelters for homeless women with children, with an offer.
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August 24, 1991 | SHANNON SANDS
The Sheepfold, a shelter program for homeless women and children, is planning to open a thrift store Sept. 3 in Orange. Sheepfold, a Tustin-based nonprofit organization with shelters in Brea, Tustin and Garden Grove, has raised funds in the past through private and corporate donations. "This is something new for us," said Joni Ginsburg, manager of the thrift store to be opened at 1330 N. Glassell St. Sheepfold is seeking donations of clean and working items to be sold at the thrift store.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 24, 1991 | SHANNON SANDS
The Sheepfold, a shelter program for homeless women and children, is planning to open a thrift store Sept. 3 in Orange. Sheepfold, a Tustin-based nonprofit organization with shelters in Brea, Tustin and Garden Grove, has raised funds in the past through private and corporate donations. "This is something new for us," said Joni Ginsburg, manager of the thrift store to be opened at 1330 N. Glassell St. Sheepfold is seeking donations of clean and working items to be sold at the thrift store.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 27, 1990 | TOM McQUEENEY
Capt. Lee R. DeVore had been a police officer for more than 20 years when he began noticing that the homeless people he was seeing were no longer mostly middle-aged, alcoholic men. Increasingly, he realized, they were families with young children--on the street with nowhere to go. So in 1984, he approached Fran Lundquist, founder of the Sheepfold shelters for homeless women with children, with an offer.
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June 20, 1992 | MALAIKA BROWN
The City Council this week unanimously approved $35,100 in grants that will be disbursed among 13 of the city's nonprofit organizations during the coming fiscal year. More than 20 groups with requests totaling more than $157,000 applied for a portion of the annual funding. After a lengthy council discussion, the Tustin Eastern Little League was added to the list of funding recipients. It will receive $5,000. Councilmen Thomas R.
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June 13, 1992 | MALAIKA BROWN
Twenty-one nonprofit community groups have applied for financial assistance from the city, but only about half of the requests are expected to be approved by the City Council at its meeting Monday. The groups' requests total $158,000. But city officials said that only $30,000 is available and a task force recommended that it be divided among 12 of the applicants, including youth groups, senior care programs and child abuse centers.
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