The Disaster Preparedness Program

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about awareness for the need of disaster preparedness. According to a new survey commissioned by the Ad Council, only a staggering 17% percent of Americans claim to be very prepared for an emergency situation.

All Peoples has launched a new community resource called The Disaster Preparedness Program. This program, funded by the California Community Foundation, strives to improve disaster preparedness and resiliency in Los Angeles County. All Peoples Disaster Relief Coordinator Ulises Alegria will coordinate with collaborative South Los Angeles partners to create a disaster relief plan for our South Los Angeles community. In addition, Ulises and his team will hold preparedness education workshops for community members, distribute 10,000 neighborhood evacuation maps, and create disaster supply kits.

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

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All Peoples Senior Food Delivery Service

Since March 2020, COVID-19 health and safety concerns have left many of our senior clients homebound and without access to food. A lot of our seniors are unable to depend upon friends or family to pick up food from our Supplemental Food Program. To assist seniors in this unprecedented time, All Peoples has launched our All Peoples Senior Food Delivery Service.

The Senior Food Delivery Service is designed to supplement families’ food supply, to promote healthy eating habits and to connect people to needed services and information. The program launched this past month, and staff is currently delivering food to 40 homebound seniors per week. The program is projected to reach delivery service for 300 seniors a month by December 2020. This is another way that All Peoples is providing Real Solutions, Real Heart, and Real Service to South Los Angeles.

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

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COVID-19 Didn’t Stop Him: All Peoples Community Center in partnership with CRCD Vernon-Central/LATTC WorkSource Center Offers Employment and Training Assistance During A Pandemic

Adrian Mora is a 22-year old Latino male who currently attends the Los Angeles Trade-Technical College and was made aware of the Vernon-Central/LATTC WorkSource Center through the signage he saw across campus. Adrian discloses he had been unemployed since 2018 by personal choice as he wanted to focus this time and energy on his academics. However, with the demands of our current economic situation Adrian decided he needed assistance finding a job and attended an orientation back in February 2020. He was deemed eligible for the WIOA Adult program and was assigned to All Peoples Career Coach Angel Garcia for one-on-one assistance.

It was during the initial consultation that Adrian brought in his resume and it was apparent he had a prior history in law enforcement, particularly, working as a Cadet for the Los Angeles Police Department. Career Coach Angel worked with Adrian to identify his strengths and weaknesses, as well as his goals and objectives. He particularly assisted Adrian in revamping his resume and cover letter. It was just a matter of time before Career Coach Angel helped Adrian enroll in the Safe and Secure Environment Assessor training in order to help establish himself in a new line of work.

As of August 2020, Adrian began working as a Security Professional with Allied Universal Security Services. Adrian is glad he was able to obtain an employment position during a time when it seemed impossible. He shares, “I am grateful to my Career Coach for providing very good interviewing techniques because I needed help with that. I am also grateful for obtaining my guard card which helped me land this job opportunity.” Adrian is a great example of using resources in the community to gain the skills needed to obtain employment and live a self-determined quality way of life.

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

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A Message from our Executive Director Saundra Bryant:

Dear Friends of All Peoples,

It is challenging to write this letter because I have so many emotions going through my head. My heart breaks for the family of George Floyd. We all watched in horror his death at the hands of one police officer. Equally egregious were the three onlookers who were sworn to “protect and serve” George Floyd and did nothing making them equally complicit in his death. The frustration and anger that I feel are due to this not being an isolated incident or an anomaly. It has become a common theme across this country as we witness the deaths of African American males and females. This most recent incident is forcing our country to take off the blinders and acknowledge the issue that has been ignored far too long.

Systemic racism does exist in this country, and as long as we refuse to accept the reality and work to dismantle the evil, we will continue to see protests of some kind. It is racism that maintains a status quo of policies and structures that are bias against African Americans and people of color. As long as we continue to keep our heads in the sand and ignore the pain and suffering that is right in front of us, we as a country will stay on the path to implode.

I believe in non-violence. I don’t want to see the burning and looting or the National Guard in my City. At the same time, I don’t want to see any distraction from the message calling out for change, accountability, and recognition that “Black Lives Matter.” The dignity and respect for all people have been a consistent value of All Peoples. We stand in solidarity, calling for an end to the systemic racism in this country. We call for it now, not in the future, because we have been waiting for too long.

I have served as a member of the Community Police Advisory Board for more than 20 years. I have worked with more than seven captains. Most encouraged community members to speak out if officers fell short of professionalism that the badge is supposed to represent. I also understand that it is essential to revamp the policies and call out those instances of racial profiling and seek justice that is equitable for community and law enforcement.

WE MUST ALL SEARCH OUR CONSCIENCE AND CONSIDER WHAT OUR NEXT ACTIONS WILL BE. “IF NOT NOW, WHEN? IF NOT YOU, WHO?”

Sincerely,

Saundra Bryant

Executive Director

 

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

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Our youth staff are assisting with tutoring, and enrichment activities utilizing technology to bring youth together while staying at home. Art lessons are currently being facilitated by Teens Youth Coordinator and Art Teacher Erick “Sen” Moreno. Classes are designed for beginners who are interested in learning to draw, paint, and be creative.

You can watch the art lessons be clicking the links below:

 

Grey Wolf Sketch

Lines, Shapes, & Shading

Understanding the Light

Shapes & Faces

Primary Colors

Water Colors Landscape

Acrylics Basics

 

 

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

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Dear Friends of All Peoples,

We were sad to hear of the passing of Rev. Tom Norwood on Easter Sunday. Tom was the first Executive Director of All Peoples Community Center. In 1964, the church and the center separated their finances and each established separate Boards of Directors. The Community Center incorporated and called the first Executive Director. Tom was a minister and held a degree in social work. During his tenure, the Center experienced Watts Riot 1965, fire in the main building, vandalism, and thefts. We experienced the growth of hiring the first social worker to help families to navigate the social service systems within the county. Tom brought in resources to help the Center thrive.

1973, in the first quarter of college, I was given three days to move out of the dorm because my financial aid was canceled. My Mom went to Tom Norwood and secured a loan from the center so that we could locate housing and I could continue my education. Tom responded without hesitation and I was able to stay in school without interruption. I will always be grateful to Tom and All Peoples for being there when our family was in need.

Tom’s vision for a building campaign in the ’70s is the reason for the main building we have today. He knew that the Center had outgrown its facility and that to continue to serve the community we would need a new building. It took nearly 10 years, but in 1982 the dedication ceremony was held.

As a teenager, we did not see Tom as much as the other staff. Upon taking over the position of Executive Director I understand why he was often absent. Tom was dedicated to finding the resources and doing whatever had to be done to keep the center going. He was telling the story of All Peoples, ensuring staff was taken care of, being the liaison to the Board. I am certain other Executives of agencies understand the demands of the position.

Tom has been one of my role models for my calling of 36 years. I am honored to have known him and followed in his footsteps. Our condolences go out to his family his wife Nancy, sons Tom II and Jeff. His story will remain a part of the legacy of All Peoples.

Sincerely,

 
Saundra Bryant
Executive Director

 

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

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A Message from our Executive Director Saundra Bryant:

Dear Friends of All Peoples,

COVID-19 has taken our reality and turned it upside down. Every day and sometimes every few hours we are listening to the news, reading the internet, talking to friends and family trying to understand and prepare for changing times. In the 1965 Watts Riot, All Peoples remained open. In the 1992 Civil Unrest, All Peoples remained open. In 2020, with the Coronavirus All Peoples has remained open. We are serving the community by appointments only to maintain the safety of staff and our neighbors. Each Friday we are still distributing food to community members, especially those who may not have any other resources. Since the crises began we have been distributing food to nearly 200 families per week. You may contact us at (213) 747-6357, Monday – Friday 9:00 am – 5:30 pm for services.

We also appreciate the support received to keep up with the demand for services. The Pacific Southwest Region (DOC) was one of the first to call and respond with additional assistance. Many of our donors have also increased their gifts. Our foundation funders have responded with the flexibility to make changes in our programs to meet the ever-changing needs of our community.

Many of our staff are telecommuting staying in touch with our youth and families to determine how we can be of assistance. The staff of All Peoples are my Heroes/Sheroes because they are committed to being there for our families. We could not accomplish the goals that we have achieved without their support. Remember them when you sitting down with your family. If you are a praying person, please keep our staff in your prayers.

Our pledge of Real Solutions, Real Heart and Real Service is made possible because of you. Thank you.

Sincerely,

Saundra Bryant

Executive Director

 

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

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Councilmember Price’s New 9th office, in partnership with the Housing + Community Investment Department (HCIDLA), the Housing Rights Center (HRC) and All Peoples Community Center, conducted special workshops on the Emergency Renters Relief Program.

The subsidy program assists individuals and families who have received one or more rent increase notices totaling more than 8 percent since March 15, 2019. The temporary financial assistance was established to prevent tenant displacement for non-payment of rent through Dec. 31, 2019 until The Tenant Protection Act of 2019 went into effect starting Jan. 1, 2020, shielding renters from future excessive rent increases.

All Peoples will continue to work with City of Los Angeles Residents regarding illegal rent increases.

 

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

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All Peoples Community Center’s Board of Directors have elected the following Board Officers for 2020:

Chairperson: Seth Walworth, right

 

Vice Chairperson: Amanda Trefethen, right

 

Secretary: Christine Galligani

Treasurer: Harry Steinway

 

Our Elected Officials have a passion for service and have been heavily involved in the South Los Angeles Community for many years. We look forward to their leadership as we continue to push forward with our mission to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect and self-determination for all.

All Peoples welcomes 3 new Board Members in 2020 to the All Peoples Board. Cristina Zuniga, Partnership Manager at Magnolia Community Initiative, Johana Montano is a Video Editor, Stage3 Agency and Marketing specialist, and Richie Sanchez, Regional Minister, Pacific Southwest Region Disciples of Christ.

We also welcome UCLA Anderson Board interns Jarenn Stewart, Juan Zapata, and Phillip Forrester to the All Peoples Board. The UCLA Anderson Board Fellows program recruits Anderson MBA students, who are interested in board-level leadership and social impact. The interns have an opportunity to serve on a Board of Directors for a local partner non-profit organization as a non-voting member, for one calendar year.

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

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All Peoples Community Center is a Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Site, and we’re offering FREE Tax Preparation!*

Workers may get a larger tax refund this year because of the EITC or Earned Income Tax Credit. But to get it, you must file a tax return and claim it.

It’s estimated that 20% of L.A. County residents are not claiming the Federal and State Earned Income Tax Credits (#EITC) who qualify. That’s $566 million dollars not coming back to families and our Communities. Claim What’s Yours! Free Tax Prep LA can Help!

Think you don’t qualify for California EITC? You might be surprised. Use this calculator from @CalEITC4Me to see if you’re eligible by clicking here: CalEITC4Me

FREE Tax Preparation:

  • It’s FREE– Free tax preparation services for families who meet eligibility requirements.
  • It’s QUICK – If you are due a refund, you can get it in as few as 5-8 days!

It’s SECURE – We use the same software a paid Tax Preparer would use.

Documents You Will Need:

  • Valid Identification Card
  • Social Security or ITIN Cards for everyone included in the tax return
  • W2, 1099, or any other income forms
  • The previous years tax return (2017)

FOR DIRECT DEPOSIT: Please bring your bank account information with a routing number or a voided check

Benefits of Filing:

  • QUALIFY for the Earned Income Tax Credit & Child Tax Credit
  • FASTER REFUND with electronic filing
  • SAVE MONEY by eliminating check cashing fees and getting your refund direct deposit into your bank

Appointments only.

Please call today at 213.747.6357 Ext. 138 to schedule an appointment. 

 

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About All Peoples Community Center

All Peoples Community Center (All Peoples) is an all-encompassing neighborhood center whose mission is to provide social services and programs that empower individuals and promote community, respect, and self-determination for all.

Founded in 1942, All Peoples has served as a true safe haven and trusted place for low-income children and families in South Los Angeles.  Today, All Peoples provides a myriad of social and educational services to more than 6,600 people per year in its 20,000-square-foot center located in a residential area of South LA’s Vernon-Central neighborhood, immediately south of downtown Los Angeles. Services are designed to achieve the following goals: to help children succeed at each stage of development; to strengthen and support individuals and families and build community; to prevent violence and crime in the community and the home; to address the root causes of gang involvement; to provide job training and create job opportunities; and to help seniors stay active and engaged.

All Peoples is a vibrant hub of activity for children, youth, and families six days a week, year-round. Services include licensed extended day childcare, after school programs, academic tutoring, a computer lab, summer camp, summer jobs, an alternative high school, workforce development and career assistance, financial literacy and education, parenting classes, domestic violence support groups, food distribution, a community micro-garden, a senior volunteer program, and more.

 

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