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On Thursday, April 23rd, friends and members of the Everychild Foundation gathered at the Pacific Palisades home of Rosa and Robert Sinnott to celebrate the organization’s 15th Anniversary. Friends of the Everychild Foundation, Lucia Diaz, Mar Vista Family Center; Colleen Mooney, Executive Director of South Bay Counseling Center Thrive LA (SBCC), Robert Johnson, a speaker
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Members of the community gathered to celebrate the commencement of construction on the Everychild Foundation Emergency Shelter and Youth Program, a new emergency shelter for homeless, abused and runaway boys and girls, ages 10-17. The site will also offer an adjacent Youth Empowerment Center, providing crisis intervention services and educational, job training, life skills, outreach
A group of Everychild members and guests gathered at the home of Tracy and Chris Esse on February 5 to discuss children’s issues with Ted Lempert, President of Children Now, a national research and advocacy organization based in Oakland. The non-profit concentrates its efforts on analyzing policies for children in California and promoting large-scale public
Over the past fifteen years, the Everychild Foundation has given more than $12.5 million in grants to very deserving organizations, whose hard work eases the suffering of children in the Greater Los Angeles area. In celebration of our decade and a half of giving, we asked our grant recipients to tell us what the Everychild
The Everychild Foundation Public Policy Committee’s Inaugural Symposium State of Our Children: LA 2013 On January 23d, 2013 the Everychild Foundation’s Public Policy Committee was proud to host its inaugural children’s policy symposium. Over 130 attendees gathered at the RAND Corporation’s conference facilities to participate in a dialogue around critical local children’s policy issues in