California Sen. John Moorlach, who represents much of central and coastal Orange County in the 37th district, has named Alzheimer’s Orange County (AlzOC) the Nonprofit of the Year for the district.
“I am delighted to bring attention and recognition to Alzheimer’s Orange County as an outstanding nonprofit organization that provides a range of free programs and valuable services for local families affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia,” said Sen. Moorlach. “Particularly during the pandemic, Alzheimer’s Orange County has been a lifeline to thousands of county residents.”
Each year, California assemblymembers and state senators are invited to honor a deserving nonprofit organization. The program is co-sponsored by the Assembly Select Committee on the Nonprofit Sector and the California Association of Nonprofits (CalNonprofits). This year, the nonprofits will be honored during a virtual event.
“We are honored to receive this recognition and thank Sen. Moorlach on behalf of our leadership, staff and legion of volunteers who make our organization an important resource for those we serve,” said Jim McAleer, CEO of Alzheimer’s Orange County.