Projects tagged with "YOUTH"

Read Together with Child Care Resource Center

Momento de Cuentos Virtuales (Virtual Story Time on Zoom in Spanish) The Child Care Resource Center (CCRC) cultivates child, family and community well-being. Each month, the CCRC provides quality, support, development, and education to almost 50,000 children and families. They invite children and their caregivers to join in for Virtual Story Time on Zoom! Through these interactive sessions, children will develop language and communication skills, Use context and pictures to help identify new words, Engage in exploration and awareness of the world around them, Develop an understanding of themselves, their community, and their culture. To help be a part of that and bring your own kids as well, please contact Lili Rodriguez - LRodriguez@ccrcca.org, (760) 245-0770 ext. 3016 for more information. Their Virtual Storytime Moment will take place every week at Zoom: https://ccrcca.zoom.us/j/97151298173?pwd=NFU4TW1vMzF2bkFQcUhVZnUydnJ5UT09 Password: 043604
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Help Tutor 1st – 8th Grade Students with Project 614?۪s Virtual Tutoring Center

The mission of Project 614?۪s Virtual Tutoring Center is to close the gap in academic readiness for under-resourced children and restore confidence in their ability to succeed. They encourage students at their current skill level. They empower parents to support their children by sharing resources. They demonstrate empathy and compassion with our words and actions. They celebrate student progress! VOLUNTEER PROJECT: After completing this orientation, you will meet with your student 1-2 times per week based on your availability. Sessions are 45minutes - 1 hour, depending on the families?۪ preference. You will also be given access to resources to meet your students?۪ needs as well as a ??session journal?۝ to help track your student's growth.This year has highlighted many injustices in the nation, one of which lies within our public education system. Project 614 partners with volunteers and other local programs to assist in making quality education more accessible. Volunteers like you help bridge the education gap. Let?۪s build together! ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Prior to attending this orientation, volunteers must: Complete our interview process and Complete a background check
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Serve Thanksgiving Meal with CityHeART

This is CityHeART's annual Thanksgiving meal for the homeless and formerly homeless community in Long Beach. Each year, they serve between 450-600 children, families, seniors, and veterans at this event. The meal service takes place on site at the Villages at Cabrillo on the Tuesday before Thanksgiving, and all volunteers and/or donations to support this event are welcome!

youth, donations, gifts, toiletries, health, Christamas, Hanukkah

LA County Teen Challenge is Collecting new women's toiletries and items for gift bags: shampoo, conditioner, body wash, razors, women's deodorant, qtips, cotton balls, lip balm, body lotion, face lotion, scented body lotion/sprays, etc.; and women's slippers, bath robes, gloves, scarves, beanies, and non-perishable Christmas/Holiday dinner food items and non-alcoholic drinks. Because of Covid-19, they are unable to invite you inside the center at this time. Drop offs are encouraged and appreciated. Please call 310-644-3695 or 323-282-2313 when arriving; one of their staff will greet you; please wear mask.

Gift Toys to Students from Belvedere Elementary this Christmas

The families attending Belvedere Elementary are facing many challenges. With hosting distance learning, their kids missed play time, peer learning, personal connections with their teachers, and so much more. Especially for our Kindergarten students who missed out on their first day of school instruction. Help Belvedere Elementary provide a toy for all their students during their Christmas drop-by home visits. They hope that with your donation, the holiday experience will be a little brighter for their kids this year. You can drop off any toy of your choosing. Some ideas are: dolls, cars, sports balls, slyme, books, shoes, beauty supplies, dinosaurs, robots or clothing. If you can't drop them off, you can donate to their paypal account http://paypal.me/estephaniavazquez. If you have questions give Estephania Vazqueza a call at 213-949-5579.

Help Tutor 1st – 8th Grade Students with Project 614?۪s Virtual Tutoring Center

The mission of Project 614?۪s Virtual Tutoring Center is to close the gap in academic readiness for under-resourced children and restore confidence in their ability to succeed. They encourage students at their current skill level. They empower parents to support their children by sharing resources. They demonstrate empathy and compassion with their words and actions. They celebrate student progress! VOLUNTEER PROJECT: After completing this orientation, you will meet with your student 1-2 times per week based on your availability. Sessions are 45minutes - 1 hour, depending on the families?۪ preference. You will also be given access to resources to meet your students?۪ needs as well as a ??session journal?۝ to help track your student's growth.This year has highlighted many injustices in the nation, one of which lies within our public education system. Project 614 partners with volunteers and other local programs to assist in making quality education more accessible. Volunteers like you help bridge the education gap. Let?۪s build together! ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Prior to attending this orientation, volunteers must: Complete our interview process and Complete a background check
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