The Corona-Norco Settlement House, A United Way Agency, is a non-profit charitable organization that provides for the temporary emergency needs of the low-income families and individuals in the communities of Corona and Norco.
The mission of the Settlement House is to be a major source of compassion, information, and emergency support for people in the Corona-Norco community facing personal crises that threaten their stability, safety, housing and health.
The Settlement House, an outgrowth of Associated Charities, was founded in 1912 to provide aid to the itinerant farmers coming to Corona to work in the citrus groves. The agency was renamed the Settlement House in 1918 to maintain a program of home education and relief among the needy. Our focus has always remained the same — to help those in need. Programs offered by the Settlement House have evolved to meet the needs and resources in the community. Given recent economic instability those resources are quickly drying up. Now, more than ever before, the low-income families in Corona and Norco need your help!
How you can help, right now.
- Donate Food: Be one of the hundreds of people who contribute each week to Settlement House’s food pantry.
- Donate Non-Food Items: In addition to helping feed low-income families in the community, we strive to outfit each child with adequate school materials.
- If you would prefer to donate money to the Settlement House click “Help Today!” at the top of this page for more information.