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 Target demographics: Low income and undeserved youth (8-20 years old) and families in Mid City Los Angeles 

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Our Team

Our History

Our History

Our amazing team of regulars and part-time volunteers are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information!


Our History

Our History

Our History

Seeing a need for energetic, nonprofit work in this area, we formed our organization to provide sensible solutions. We've consistently grown since then, all thanks to the helping hands of this amazing community!


Our Mission

Our History

Our Mission

To provide substance to children, people and the community that craves the appetite of direction and leadership.



7 Ways to Increase Your Chances of Reaching Your Goals

It is much easier to define a goal than it is to achieve it. Your hard work toward achieving it plays the biggest role in your success, but if you don't formulate your goals properly, it will be much more difficult to reach them. Make sure they meet these criteria:

  1. Your goals must be specific. You might say, "I want to be successful." Well, who doesn't? But can you define what success means to you? Success to one person may mean becoming CEO of a company while to another person it may mean getting home from work by 6 o'clock every night.
  2. You must be able to measure the outcome of your goals. When you set a goal, include a time frame for achieving it.
  3. Don't be negative. Make sure your goal is something you want rather than something you want to avoid. For instance instead of saying "I don't want to be stuck in this job for another four years," say "I want to improve my skills over the next four years so that I qualify for a better job."
  4. Keep your goals realistic. Make sure your long-term goals are compatible with your abilities and skills. Your goal shouldn't be "I want to win a Grammy Award next year" if you can't sing or play an instrument.
  5. Is your goal reachable within your time frame? Don't set yourself up to fail. If you have one big goal, break it down into several short-term goals. Remember, you will do better if you take baby steps than one big giant leap.
  6. Tie an action to each goal. For instance, if your goal is to become a writer, sign up for a writing class. 
  7. Be flexible about your goals. If you encounter barriers that threaten to impede your progress, don't give up. Instead, modify your goals accordingly. Let's say your need to continue working will keep you from going to college full-time. You won't be able to finish your bachelor's degree in four years but you can enroll in school part-time and take a little longer to finish. Consider letting go of objective that become unimportant to you. Instead put your energy into pursuing other objectives.

Good listening skills will help make you a more productive worker.

They will allow you to: 

  • better understand assignments and what your boss expects of you;
  • build rapport with coworkers, bosses, and clients since everyone craves to be understood;
  • show support for others;
  • work better in a team-based environment;
  • resolve problems with customers, coworkers, and bosses;
  • answer questions; and
  • uncover the true meaning of what others are saying.


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