Community Outreach Ministry receives funding for at-risk youth

Bob Davies, CEO and co-founder of Community Outreach Ministry in Wildomar, accepts $1,500 from Riverside County district attorney, Michael A. Hestrin. The nonprofit will apply the funds toward its Mentor Protégé Workshops for at-risk youth. Valley News/Community Outreach Ministry photo
WILDOMAR – Riverside County’s district attorney’s office awarded $1,500 to Community Outreach Ministry, a nonprofit organization in Wildomar, from the office’s Asset Forfeiture Special Fund, a funding source that is set aside for use in developing and maintaining drug prevention and anti-gang activities in Riverside County. Community Outreach Ministry, a nonprofit co-founded in 2000 by Mona Davies, Ph.D., and her husband Bob, strives to help at-risk children and teens impacted by parental incarceration. The group’s mission is to help break the cycle of poverty, illiteracy, drugs, violence, delinquency, gang activity and incarceration by providing youth the opportunities to participate in year-round intervention and activities that include holiday parties, camping trips and aca
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