- Los Angeles Poverty Department:
Founded in 1985, is made up of people who make art and live and work on Skid Row. LAPD tells the rest of the story, what you don't hear elsewhere.
AEFK's encompassing mission is to give disadvantaged children a fighting chance for a happy, productive life.
HOLA: at-risk youth are exposed to a wide array of experts including artists, executives, chefs, athletes, engineers, and counselors who truly commit themselves to providing programs of the highest quality, giving kids the best chance to become successful in life.
The Wooten Center provides a safe and nurturing environment where boys and girls ages 8 to 18 can participate in academic enrichment programs and recreational activities exploring a world of opportunities.
Connections For Children is the unrivaled child care expert in the Westside and South Bay communities. We guide families and child care professionals towards quality services and programs.
El Nido -- "the nest" in Spanish -- has helped LA's kids become responsible, productive, educated, healthy adults, and has provided adults with the guidance and resources they need to help their kids flourish.
Drew Child Development Corporation is a multipurpose community based organization committed to providing quality services to underserved, culturally diverse families in the South Central Los Angeles community of California.
The National Center for Children in Poverty (NCCP) is the nation's leading public policy center dedicated to promoting the economic security, health, and well-being of America's low-income families and children.