We are a charitable organization dedicated to serving our community. Our daily efforts provide assistance to those in need and promote social welfare through a variety of programs and initiatives.
Thank you to the Riverside County Board of Supervisors 3rd District Supervisor Chuck Washington and Riverside County's First District Supervisor Kevin Jeffries for taking so seriously the issue of homeless prevention and awarding Project TOUCH $2 million toward the development of critically needed housing for our most vulnerable families, single mothers and individuals facing a housing crisis
“Project T.O.U.C.H. has continued to deliver essential services for community members struggling with shelter, food, and resources during this crisis,” said Jared Munoa, President of the Pechanga Development Corporation. “So many donors have been impacted by the COVID pandemic, including us, but we’re able and proud to help this generous organization continue its critical mission.”
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Pechanga Awards $25,000 to Project TOUCH
According to Project TOUCH Founder, Anne Unmacht, “This could not have come at a better time…with the current situation facing the entire country, we know the fallout is going to be great. We are already seeing the effects in our valley and expect it to only get worse. When Pechanga called to say they could not sponsor our Golf Tournament this year for $2500 because they wanted to donate $25,000…well, I almost fell off my chair!”