Oc Women2women Non-profit Organization For Women

Orange County Women2Women began in 2009 with a vision to help women all over the world. We first met in a boardroom in Orange County, California with Peter Greer, President of HOPE International and from there we purposed together to create OC Women2Women; an organization dedicated to making a difference for women in every country.

Since 2009, we formed a Board of Directors, became a 501c3, created a website and blog and funded over 5,841  Loans of Hope for the Dominican Republic , the Republic of Congo, the Ukraine and  India.  OC W2W  continues to raise money through special events, partnered events with HOPE International, individual parties and donations, and we are looking forward to the new horizons ahead for our organization. Currently we have  donated enough clothing to Working Wardrobes to provide 130 women with professional interview attire, toys for 50 children, and toiletries for many women at Heritage House.

HOPE International
At HOPE International, we invest in the dreams of the poor as we proclaim and live the Gospel in the world's under served communities… Learn More


Through service and fundraising, OC Women2Women supports select charitable organizations who enrich the lives of under privileged women by achieving the dignity of work, restoring self esteem, and building self-sufficiency.

our mission

Orange County Women2Women helps and  empowers underprivileged women to become fully self-supporting,  breaking the cycle of poverty and creating lives of promise.

who we have helped

Working Wardrobes
Founded in 1990, Working Wardrobes has changed the lives of more than 60,000 at-risk men, women, veterans, and young adults overcoming difficult challenges… Learn More

Orangewood Children's Home
The mission of Orangewood Children's Foundation is to provide

life-changing prevention and intervention programs for abused and neglected children…Learn More

Veteran's Legal Institute
Provides pro bono legal assistance to homeless, at risk, disabled and low income current and former service members, with women being the majority in need...  Learn More