Minds Matter of Los Angeles works to close the achievement gap through providing a path to a higher education. We offer a rigorous academic program for bright, motivated high-school students and provide options that they would not otherwise have.
Epilepsy is a terrible and mysterious disease that causes unpredictable seizures. Nearly 65 million people around the world suffer from Epilepsy, including 2.5 million Americans. Unfortunately, many children suffer from epilepsy, which is not only damaging to their immediate health, but also heavily impacts their psychological and social development.
Donating food baskets for families in need in Los Angeles. Linda put together 20 large food baskets filled with turkey’s and all the sides so families can enjoy a wonderful meal for the holidays.
Valiente means “courageous” in Spanish. Valiente is a proposed charter school planning to open in August 2015, serving grades 4-8 in Southeast Los Angeles. We anticipate over 95% of students to hail from low-income households in one of the most densely populated zips in the U.S. Currently, there are no public charter middle schools in the area. Be Valiente with us.
The 1st annual Road to Hope charity event sponsored by Hope So Bright Foundation, Akvinta Vodka, and Magic Hat Brewing Company at Bootsy Bellows on Monday, April 14th in Los Angeles. Many stars were in attendance!
I had finally been able to accomplish one of my goals in my outreach plan to help children in Uganda back in August of 2013. As I had mentioned in the past, I wanted to visit the Village of Kitafaali in the Masaka District of Uganda to personally assess what would be needed for their orphanage’s schools and village. I was able to visit and donated a few items on my trip.