Community Programs

Healthy Kids

Our Community Programs aim to positively impact the lives of children and families in need by addressing short-term basic needs and investing in the futures of at-risk children and their families with a strong emphasis on community partnerships and the mobilization of volunteers.

We know that when kids are fed and supported, they do better in school. When they do better in school, they are more likely to graduate, acquire career skills, and become healthy, independent adults. Learn more about the programs that help accomplish that goal:

  • Kids PackFeeding 1,200 homeless and low-income children in the Inland Empire with a backpack
  • School ToolsProviding disadvantaged students with the school supplies and tools needed to achieve academic and long-term success.
  • Mentor ConnectionMatching students with caring volunteer readers, tutors and mentors in the Inland Empire. www.MentorConnection.org
  • Promise ScholarsInspiring underprivileged students to graduate from high school and be prepared for college and career.
  • Community Impact Partners38 strong local nonprofit organizations moving individuals, families and their children from poverty to self-sufficiency.

 Our work is focused in the areas of EDUCATION, FINANCIAL STABILITY AND HEALTH.

EDUCATION

    • Low-income children are doing better in school.

FINANCIAL STABILITY

    • Low-income families are more self-sufficient.
    • Low-income youth are better prepared for future self-sufficiency.

HEALTH

    • Low-income children are healthier.
 
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