Entries by Shalanda Mays

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Meet our Team – Davida Rosado

Let’s get to know Davida Rosado, All Peoples Community Center’s 1st to 3rd Grade Youth Coordinator and Visitation Center Assistant: Favorite Food: Arroz con gandules Favorite Color: Pink Favorite Sports Team: Dallas Cowboys Favorite Animal: Jellyfish Favorite Quote: “The man who does not read…has no advantage over the man who can’t read.” How would you […]

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LA84 Foundation Awards Grant to All Peoples

All Peoples is proud to announce and grateful for the generous support of The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) Foundation in partnership with the LA84 Foundation who have awarded All Peoples with a $25,000 grant to refurbish our community center basketball court. All Peoples’ South Central Sports League and collaborative partner PF Bresee Foundation received […]

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October Youth of the Month

Daisy Alcantara is being honored as our All Peoples October Youth of the Month! “I like coming to All Peoples because I get to make new friends and help other people.” ~ Daisy Alcantara, Age 12, Grade 7 What do you want to be when you grow up? “When I grow up I want to […]

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Did You Know?

In 1945 Eddie Ray arrived in California staying at a motel in Skid row of downtown Los Angeles. He eventually moved south to 32nd street where his neighborhood invited him to check out All Peoples Christian Church and Community Center. Eddie was 19 years old and his neighbor felt he would meet other young people. Eddie was surprised that […]

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Real Solutions and Service to South LA

Meet Miguel. Miguel Angel Romero Cruz is a 17 year old YouthSource Participant who credits his close knit family (Mom, Dad, and siblings) for setting a strong example of resiliency, cooperation, support, organization, leadership, and teamwork. Miguel sees and understands the harsh struggles his parents face on a daily basis, and it’s his parents that […]

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Meet our Team – Yessenia Villacorta

Let’s get to know Yessenia Villacorta, All Peoples Community Center’s FSC Case Manager: Favorite Food: Aguachiles Favorite Color: Black Favorite Quote:“Be the change you wish to see in the world.” How would you describe All Peoples Community Center: Since 1942, All Peoples has been a place of opportunities and empowerment. We are a team that […]

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New Computer Lab

All Peoples is proud to announce and grateful for the generous support of Women Helping Youth (W.H.Y.) who provided the funding for our new computer lab. W.H.Y. is a women’s philanthropic organization committed to improving the physical, mental and emotional well-being of children and youth adults in need in the Los Angeles area by combining […]

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September Youth of the Month

Emily Robles is being honored as our All Peoples September Youth of the Month! “I like coming to All Peoples because when I need help with anything, I know I can trust the staff at All Peoples. Another reason I like coming here is because we do fun activities and learn new stuff.” ~ Emily […]

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Did You Know?

The Pico Robinson Lions’ Club was introduced to All Peoples in 1947. A lady from Wilshire Christian Church approached Bob Brunner, President, of the Lion’s to purchase a tricycle for the daycare program. She only had $5.00. Big hearted Bob Brunner heard the story and decided to give her the tricycle, two wagons and a Christmas tree for […]

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Meet our Team – Luz Elena Nunez

Let’s get to know Luz Nunez, All Peoples Community Center’s FSC Supervising Case Manager: Favorite Food: Chiles Rellenos Favorite Color: Blue & Grey Favorite Sports Team: Los Angeles Dodgers Favorite Animal: Dogs Favorite Quote: “Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever […]