We emphasize fiscal integrity, transparency and sustainability. We pride ourselves on maximizing the impact of every dollar and in-kind gift we receive in donations. In 2013, $.89 of every $1 donated went directly to programs and services. By adhering to the highest financial accountability standards and The Donor Bill of Rights, we are able to partner with groups like Orange County United Way (OCUW) and the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP).

Our leadership recognizes the need for a sustainability plan and therefore they are currently participating in an in-depth Capacity Building process which includes updating the strategic plan focused on increasing community awareness, creating outreach tools, identifying new revenue sources, establishing measurable outcomes and more. For this planning, we received a capacity building grant from the Orangewood Foundation in association with OneOC and CONNECT. This plan also addresses diversification of GHH funds and reviewing the mix of funding streams.

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2014 – Audit Report & Form 990

2013 – Audit Report & Form 990

2012 – Audit Report & Form 990

2011 – Audit Report & Form 990


  • Bruno Serato and the Anaheim White House
  • Institute of Advanced Studies
  • Klein Family Foundation
  • Law Firm of Snell and Wilmer
  • Microsoft
  • Orange County Community Foundation
  • Orange County United Way
  • Roosters Foundation
  • Second Harvest Food Bank
  • Sisters of St. Joseph Healthcare Foundation
  • Stan and Catherine Sorensen
  • The Orangewood Foundation
  • Wells Fargo Foundation

…and many more who make our programs sustainable, effective and successful.


Grandma’s House of Hope has been recognized by the community for its quality programming in many ways, including:

  • 2012 CalOptima Safety Net Award
  • Charity of Choice (2008) by Wells Fargo Bank (Garden Grove)
  • Je’net Kreitner currently serving as the Co-Chair of the Anaheim Collaboration to Assist Motel Families
  • The Spirit of Volunteerism Award by OneOC
  • Special Commendations by the Office of Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, Assemblyman Van Tran, and Assemblyman Jim Silva
  • Executive Director Je’net Kreitner recognized as a 2011 Woman Making a Difference by California
  • Je’net Kreitner given the 2010 Ruby Award by Soroptimist International (Garden Grove chapter)
  • Recognized by the Office of Senator Lou Correa
  • Nominated for the Anaheim Chamber of Commerce Non-Profit of the Year in 2010
  • Member of the Orange County Human Trafficking Taskforce
  • Member of the Homeless Prevention Forum

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