Our Partners

While spreading the spirit of giving, we learned that there were more families & children in need than we could possibly hope to assist on our own.   As a result, we have aligned with other strong organizations that share our philosophies.  

Our partners are instrumental in broadening our reach to the at-risk children & families that need us:

A World Fit for Kids       
www.worldfitforkids.org
A World Fit for Kids! Is a Los Angeles-based 501©3 organization that delivers physical activity-based youth development programs and training that result in a triple bottom line for young people – obesity reduction, increased graduation rates and work readiness/jobs

Richstone Family Center
www.richstonefamily.org
Based in Hawthorne, CA, the Richstone Family Center is dedicated to preventing and treating child abuse, strengthening families and preventing violence in families, schools and communities.

LA’s BEST Afterschool Program
www.lasbest.org
Founded in 1988, the mission of LA’s BEST is to provide a safe and supervised after school education, enrichment and recreation program for elementary school children ages 5 to 12 in the City of Los Angeles. 

St. Lawrence of Brindisi School
St Lawrence of Brindisi School serves Kindergarten through 8th grade students in the city of Los Angeles.

Good Shepherd Shelter
www.goodshepherdshelter.org
Good Shepherd Shelter for Battered Women & Children serves Los Angeles with therapy, tutoring and preschool.  They provide a safe environment for women and children and give them a second chance at happiness.

Tomorrow’s Aeronautical Museum
www.tamuseum.org
Based in Compton, CA, the mission of TAM is to encourage youth involvement in aviation as an alternative to drugs, gang violence and other self-destructive activities.

Foundation for Second Chances
www.ffscinc.org
Foundation for Second Chances, Inc is a non-profit organization founded in 2004 to make sure that our children are being provided with the basic necessities such as a quality education, the opportunity to flourish in a safe and nurturing environment, an opportunity to build self-confidence and self-esteem, and the ability to achieve.

Los Angeles County Department of Child and Family Services
www.dcfs.co.la.ca.us
The Department of Children and Family Services, with public, private and community partners, provides quality child welfare services and supports so children grow up safe, healthy, educated and with permanent families

Walk With Sally
www.walkwithsally.org
Walk With Sally is committed to providing healing and comfort to children debilitated by the emotional experience of living with or losing a parent or sibling to cancer. This healing is facilitated through free of charge mentoring support programs and services that provide an emotionally safe environment for children to share their difficult experience with someone who has suffered the same.

Life Changing Mentoring
www.reclaimingageneration.org
The mission of the Life Changing Mentoring program is to provide guidance and support to children and youth of incarcerated parents, with specific focus on children and youth ages seven to eighteen. Mentors dedicate their time to form relationships with mentees to reduce feelings of abandonment, anger, and guild that mentees may experience.  LCM believes these relationship will help children develop positive skills and attitudes necessary to succeed in life.