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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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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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Real Solutions and Service to South LA

FamilySource Center Data Intake Specialist Michelle Watson shares a note illustrating the self-determination of FSC Client Deja Snowden. Meet Deja Snowden. Ms. Snowden, FSC participant since March 2019, originally came into All Peoples seeking emergency food. During Ms. Snowden’s intake, she brought her 2 month old son who is the motivation behind all her success. […]

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Small Business Entrepreneurship

June 26, 2019 kicked off our South LA Small Business Entrepreneurship Program! The 5-week workshop series will be held now through July 26th meeting twice per week. Topics include: Small business ecosystem, Funding opportunities and capital options, Steps for business plan development, Pitch your idea to funders for possible start-up funds, Business owners & immigration […]

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Dress for Success

On Thursday, May 9, 2019, All Peoples’ YouthSource Center in partnership with Coalition for Responsible Community Development (CRCD) held a Workshop led by Michelle Watson entitled: Professional Attire – The Best Dressed Workshop. At the completion of the workshop, each YouthSource Participant was treated to a $100 Shopping Spree at Ross with VCN YouthSource Associate Director Jose Guadron, […]

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Community Farm Ribbon Cutting

American Friends Service Committee’s Roots for Peace and All Peoples Community Center celebrated the first year build out of the Community Farm! Community members came together on Saturday, May 18, 2019 for a ribbon cutting at the Community Farm. The day was filled with excitement as Le Ballet Dembaya African Drum & Dance Ensemble performed […]

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Real Solutions and Service to South LA

Sabrina Pridgett has overcome incredible odds to successfully graduate high school and attend college this Fall. Meet Sabrina. Sabrina Pridgett is a 20 year old YouthSource Participant who is the definition of resiliency. She comes from a four member household learning to deal with income instability, lack of academic guidance, and family loss which she […]

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Youth Financial Literacy

  YouthSource has completed their 2-week FamilySource Financial Literacy Workshop series (April 12-19, 2019) led by Capital One Advisors Madis Limeta and Joab Mekonnen. The workshop was designed to enhance financial wellness by preparing students on proper financial management. Topics included: basic budgeting, understanding credit reports, the do’s and don’ts of credit card usage, credit […]

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Real Solutions and Service to South LA

Kevin Aguilar will be the first in his family to graduate high school and go to college. Meet Kevin. Kevin Aguilar is a seventeen year old high school student at NAVA Preparatory College Academy. He currently has a GPA of 3.3, and his favorite subject is Pre-Calculus. His hobbies include composing and writing music and […]

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Essential Access Health Workshops

The Essential Access Health 4-series Health Education Workshop at NAVA College Preparatory wrapped up on Friday, March 1, 2019. 20th Street Elementary Parent Center’s final workshop was on Monday, March 4, 2019, and Maya High School Parents completed their final session on Tuesday, March 5, 2019.     The 4-series workshop has courses in (1) […]