Orange County Register: A man, a tax credit, and a mission to end poverty — How a Laguna Beach millionaire is helping spread a four-letter word

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February 17, 2016
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The year Joseph Sanberg graduated from Servite High and headed off to Harvard, the house where his single mom raised him was lost to foreclosure. That experience, along with the influence of his grandfather, his Jewish faith and his education within these halls at Servite, shaped his desire to help the less fortunate. ADDITIONAL INFO:01.sanberg.0204.mg - 02/01/2016 - MANDATORY CREDIT: MICHAEL GOULDING, ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER Profile of Joseph Sanberg. The year Joseph Sanberg graduated from Servite High and headed off to Harvard, the house where his single mom raised him was lost to foreclosure. That experience, along with the influence of his grandfather, his Jewish faith and his education at Servite, shaped his desire to help the less fortunate.

“Joseph Sanberg is serious about ending poverty in California, convinced it is no pipe dream.

‘We know how to end poverty,’ Sanberg says quietly but emphatically, sitting in a conference room at Servite High, his mentor and best friend from his school days at the Anaheim campus to either side of him.

‘We just haven’t done it.'”

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