Assistance League of Los Angeles
The Assistance League of Los Angeles improves the lives of impoverished children in our community through philanthropy, dedicated service and compassionate programs.
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- LEARN ·2022 Grants Challenge
Foster children may have been victims of or witnesses to domestic violence; suffered repeated sexual, physical and/or emotional abuse as well as neglect; or been abandoned by parents who are struggling with alcoholism, drug addiction or emotional instability. Responding to this dire community need, the Foster Children’s Resource Center provides urgently needed clothing, school supplies and personal care items to these children. Volunteers provide individualized attention too each child while also helping to ease their stress and fears.
- LEARN ·2021 Grants Challenge
Responding to an urgent community need, Assistance League® of Los Angeles (the League) founded the Bright Future Scholarship (BFS) program to address the tragically low rate of college graduation for homeless and foster youth. Offered in collaboration with the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Homeless Education Office, it is the only program of its kind offering graduating foster and homeless student scholarships and financial support for each year of their college education.