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826LA
Los Angeles, CA
$20,000For the Children's Literacy program, which offers one-on-one tutoring during the academic year, helping low income students complete homework assignments, improve literacy skills and explore creative writing. The program served 285 students in FY11.
826LA
Los Angeles, CA
$20,000For the After-School Tutoring program, which provides one-on-one support to help more than 300 students ages 6-18 complete homework and improve their reading and writing skills.
All Peoples Christian Center
Los Angeles, CA
$5,000For the Joe Ide Summer Camp program, providing a one-week residential camp for low income children between the ages of 8 and 12 years. In CY11, the program served 61 children.
All Peoples Christian Center
Los Angeles, CA
$5,000For the Joe Idel Summer Camp program, which exposes children from South Central Los Angeles to nature by providing sport events, swimming and archery. In 2010, the camp served 40 low income youth.
American Family Housing
Midway City, CA
$5,000For the Camp Hope program, offering a camping experience for low income children, ages 7-17. The children come from previously homeless or low income families. In CY09, the program served 40 children.
Associated Students, California State University, Fullerton, Inc.
Fullerton, CA
$5,000For the Camp Titan program, a summer camp providing low income youth one week of outdoor camping, including horseback riding and a rope/challenge course. In 2010, the program served 95 youth.
Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America
Los Angeles, CA
$30,000For the Camp Nomowheezin program, enabling low income children with asthma to attend a medically-supervised camp. The camp offers typical activities along with programs to help children manage their disease. In CY09, the camp served 225 children.
Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America
Los Angeles, CA
$36,000For the Camp Nomowheezin program, which enables low income children with asthma to attend a medically supervised camp. The camp offers typical activities along with programs to help children manage their disease.
BookEnds
Los Angeles, CA
$15,000For the Children's Literacy program, which organizes children's used book drives to help build libraries in classrooms and at youth agencies located in low income areas. Last year 184,000 donated books went to 44,000 children in need at 61 libraries.
BookEnds
Los Angeles, CA
$20,000For general support. The organization increases the ratio of books to students at area schools through book drives. In FY10, BookEnds engaged nearly 14,500 students in community service and donated 120,000 books to 40,000 students.
Boys & Girls Club of Redlands
Redlands, CA
$10,000For the Science Explorer Camp program, providing an intensive academic science component that increases the knowledge of science, math, technology, and engineering, along with traditional camp activities for 75 low income youth.
Boys & Girls Club of Redlands
Redlands, CA
$10,000For the Summer Camp program, which offers 750 low income children a non-residential, outdoor camping experience. Activities include riding, archery, art, swimming, and leadership and life skills.
Boys & Girls Club of Redlands
Redlands, CA
$15,000For the Bright Spot Literacy program, which improves phonics, vocabulary and comprehension skills among 100 at-risk students ages 5-18.
Boys & Girls Club of Redlands
Redlands, CA
$25,000For the Children's Literacy program, which offers instruction in phonics, vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension skills for 200 at risk students, ages 5-18.
Boys & Girls Club of Tustin
Tustin, CA
$15,000For the Upward Bound program, which provides literacy assistance and academic services to students in K-8th grade, and serves low-income and homeless youth through outreach services. In FY10, the program served nearly 350 youth.
Boys & Girls Club of Tustin
Tustin, CA
$5,000For the Summer 2011 program, which offers camp scholarships to low income youth. Along with regular camp activities, the camp teaches youth to take care of animals and the environment. In FY10, the program served 50 youth.
Boys & Girls Club of Tustin
Tustin, CA
$15,000For the Children's Literacy program, providing literacy assistance and academic services for at risk children, grades K-8 from local public schools. In FY11, the program served 324 youth.
Boys & Girls Club of Tustin
Tustin, CA
$5,000For the Summer Camp 2012 program, which offers a week of academic and recreational activities to low income youth, ages 5-18. Activities incorporate fresh water ecology, geology, and archaelogy. Last year, 50 youth attended the camp.
Boys & Girls Club of West San Gabriel Valley
Monterey Park, CA
$5,000For the Pathfinder Ranch Summer Camp program, which provides a week-long summer camp experience for low income students. In FY10, the program served 2,350 children.
Boys & Girls Club of West San Gabriel Valley
Monterey Park, CA
$5,000For the Pathfinder Ranch Summer Camp program, which provides a summer camp experience for low income students with a web-based education enhancement program to help campers with math, science, and language. In FY11, the program served 2,350 campers.
Boys and Girls Club of Coachella Valley
Palm Desert, CA
$10,000For the Pathfinder Ranch Camp program, which offers horseback riding, archery, canoeing, swimming, and rock climbing to low income children. Last year the agency provided 40 low income children, ages 7-18, with camp scholarships.
Boys and Girls Club of Coachella Valley
Palm Desert, CA
$10,000For the Pathfinder Ranch Camp program, which offers horseback riding, archery, canoeing, swimming, and rock climbing to low income children. Last year, the agency provided 64 low income children, ages 7-18, with camp scholarships.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Huntington Valley
Fountain Valley, CA
$5,000For the Pathfinder Ranch Summer program, which sends low income youth to camp. The children participate in horseback riding, archery, swimming, arts and crafts, rock climbing, and environmental education. In CY11, the program served 36 youth.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Huntington Valley
Fountain Valley, CA
$5,000For the Pathfinder Ranch program, which sends low income youth to camp. The children participate in horseback riding, archery, swimming, arts and crafts, environmental education and Native American history. In CY10, the program served 38 youth.
Boys and Girls Clubs of Long Beach
Long Beach, CA
$20,000For the Camp Gilmore Summer Camp program, which offers low income youth an outdoor camping experience. Along with regular camp activities, campers spend four hours per day on academic activities. In FY10, the camp served 330 youth.
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