Gang intervention: Santa Ana Unified School District Site.

Since its founding in 2014, Project Kinship has experienced significant growth as an organization and is now providing support for re-entry to schools and the workforce.

Our Mission

“Here is what we seek: A compassion that can stand in awe at what the poor have to carry rather than stand in judgment at how they carry it.”
— Father Greg Boyle

Our mission is to increase community safety, promote hope, health and well-being among the formerly incarcerated and their families, and help individuals successfully re-enter the community. 


Our vision is to break the cycles of gangs and incarceration in our communities and create pathways to successful reentry while lowering recidivism and increasing community safety.  We envision no more mothers crying due to gang violence, children with parents incarcerated, children incarcerated, and children finding refuge in gangs.  Instead, we envision a center of hope and training through Project Kinship to gain willful employment, education, and rehabilitative services that promote restorative justice and healing in our communities.