engaging youth in Santa Ana in outdoor exploration, environmental education and sustainability.
For almost two years, IRC has been collaborating with the non-profit community-based
organization in activities such as guided hikes, tours of the land and stewardship. Through these
activities, which are led by IRC and Delhi Center staff, the kids have the opportunity to gain
unique perspectives about their community.
The Delhi Center, which seeks to advance self-sufficiency through sustainable programs in
health, education, financial stability and community engagement, partnered with IRC to promote
its mission for their Adventures in Nature with Teens (ANT) program, funded by a Youth
Community Access Grant (Prop 64) that targets at-risk children and teens in underserved
communities. Over the past year, IRC has been hosting various activities involving the kids
connected with the Delhi Center.