Operation School Bell (OSB) provides new school clothes to 5,000 Los Angeles Unified School District students from impoverished circumstances. By working with these children, we improve school attendance, promote learning and enhance self-esteem.
Foster Children’s Resource Center aims to bolster the self-esteem of young people in the foster care system by providing school uniforms, jeans and tops, sweat suits, jackets and backpacks filled with school supplies and personal care kits.
Through a combination of fundraising and professional support, our pre-k services are able to be provided free of charge to children from low-income families ages three to five years old.
Hollywood Children’s Club works with the Department of Child & Family Services and the Los Angeles Unified School District to provide new clothing and childcare necessities for new parents living in poverty.
Theatre for Children brings the joy and wonder of live theatre to low-income children and their families, many for the first time. The oldest children’s theatre in Southern California, Theatre for Children produces and performs two full-scale, originally-written and scored musicals per year based on classic children’s literature.
Court Referred Volunteer Center (CRVC) enables defendants to complete their community service sentences by matching them to nonprofit agencies and their program needs. The program allows defendants to make restitution to the communities they have wronged, provides nonprofit agencies with volunteer labor and instills in the defendant a sense of civic responsibility.
Assistance League® of Los Angeles provides high-quality childcare to preschool children from low income families in order to help them succeed.
Studies have shown that children who attend preschool outperform their peers academically and are more likely to go to college. Assistance League® of Los Angeles’ preschool operates under California Department of Education and instills academic and social skills in children and fosters their social, emotional, cognitive, creative and physical development.
Since the 1920s, the Preschool Auxiliary has operated this program through a combination of fundraising and professional support. As a result, our pre-k services are able to be provided free of charge to children from low-income families ages three to five years old.
Please get in touch to find out how you can get more involved with our Preschool Auxiliary.