We invite our Kollab Youth parents and guardians to support our mission to help our youth create a path to success. Please take a look around and follow along the journey.
Kidpower is the global nonprofit leader in personal safety education for all ages, teaching skills for strong relationships and the prevention of harm.
Organized by the Help Group, Kidpower is hosting a series of free, online parent workshops. If you are interested, be sure to register for the following classes here:
Online Safety The Ruben F. Salazar Park Gymnasium will be hosting free community yoga and nutrition education classes every Tuesday at 1pm up to July 26, 2022 The gym is located at 3864 Whittier Blvd., Los Angeles.
Equitable, inclusive parent communication is key to helping students thrive | EdSource The term “digital equity” has been talked about in K-12 circles for several years, but Covid school closures brought increased attention to the issue. Digital equity can take on many forms. Within a single school district, crucial components of learning such as internet access, device ...
Helping ensure internet access is not a barrier to a child’s education
We launched Project 10Million as our commitment to close the digital divide by providing students with free internet, free mobile hotspots, and at-cost devices.
We’re proud to participate in the new federal Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), which offers payment assistance to eligible households on data plans, based on income or other factors.
This government service is supported by the Affordable Connectivity Plan, successor to the Emergency Broadband Benefit Program.
Prepaid plans with talk, text, and high-speed data starting at just $10/mo.
Keep your phone. No annual contracts. No credit checks.
T‑Mobile Brings the Federal Affordable Connectivity Program to More Customers with FREE Wireless Service at Metro by T‑Mobile
Please look at the various articles and postings that are available to you and your family members. We work very hard to try and deliver the kinds of programs and career educational opportunities to help our youth succeed.
You are cordially invited to attend the Los Angeles Tri-Annual Alliance for Economic Inclusion Forum II on June 15, 2022, from 1:00 PM to 2:45 PM PDT.
The FDIC will virtually convene the Los Angeles Alliance for Economic Inclusion (AEI) Tri-Annual Forum II. The June Forum will focus on fostering homeownership growth in BIPOC and low- and moderate-income communities through available mortgage loan products. Our presenters include HUD's Santa Ana Homeownership Center, California Housing Finance Agency (CalHFA), Federal Home Loan Bank San Francisco, and The Change Company. We will share and celebrate our #GetBanked, VITA, and LA Saves success stories. The AEI Working Groups will provide updates on their economic inclusion 2022 Action Plans and opportunities to engage in these dynamic efforts.
The AEI is comprised of local participating organizations representing financial institutions, community-based nonprofits, CDFIs, and government agencies. To register for the AEI Forum click Yes or to send regrets click No We look forward to your response.
Sincerely, Mary Salinas Duron Senior Community Affairs Specialist Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation