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Knock-Knock... we are alive!

Sometimes I tried to find interesting titles to catch your attention, I hope they work :). The reality is that we have so much to share with you, God has been good with us, and thanks to your support we are able to change the lives of so many children in our community. Today we were present at a Rotary meeting in Beverly Hills and the person who started the meeting talked about the importance of showing up! and I agree, the fact that you are showing up to read this e-news makes a huge difference! we welcome any feedback! Thank you for being part of our family!


In today's event we also met Donzaleigh Abernathy an human rights activist and the goddaughter of Martin Luther King Jr. and daughter of Ralph Abernathy. It is amazing to see how we can transform a whole country just by showing love and respect to all. We are still in this journey and we are ready to continue facing todays challenges by educating our young people.

Picture 1 caption. Dr. Ralph David Abernathy and his wife Juanita Abernathy follow with Dr. and Mrs. Martin Luther King as the Abernathy children march on the front line, leading the Selma to Montgomery March in 1965. The Children are Donzaleigh Abernathy ’80 in striped sweater, Ralph David Abernathy III, and Juandalynn R. Abernathy in glasses. The name of the white priest in the photo is unknown. (Courtesy Donzaleigh Abernathy)

 

We just opened our pool at Wabash with the help of Jr. Dzubak and his organization! Here you have some amazing pictures that would share the story.

 

Student2Student:

Student2Student is a program that helps children to get ready for school by donating backpacks and school supplies!


Sending a Huge thank you to our organization friends at Baby2Baby for providing Backpacks filled with school supplies for our back-to-school distribution last month.


In our Center we were able to helped 40 children to be ready for school!






 

Our Salesian Oratory is open!!!

We are pleased to announce our Oratory Program is back! Our program starts on September 24, 2022, and runs from 11:00 am-2:00 pm each Saturday.


Our program focuses on helping children to develop their leadership skills and instilling Christian values that help making a difference in our society.


If you would like to be part of this oratory, please contact mhernandez@salesianclubs-la.org We are always in need of people who can donate food for our children!


 

NEW Girl Scouts troop at our Center

YES!!! this is a dream come True!!! we have now a program that develops the leadership of our young ladies!


Join our Troop! We are thrilled to begin our newest program partnering with the Girl Scouts of America.


Our Girl Scouts weekly meetings are starting September 23, 2022, from 5 to 6:00 pm for ages 5-18.


If you want to be part of this new amazing program, please contact mhernandez@salesianclubs-la.org



 

SHOUT Parents Meeting

At Roosevelt High School we had our first annual parent meeting where we discussed ways to collaborate to better serve our young people.


We have many ideas among them: Cultural Immersion trips to Mexico, Quinceañeras leadership retreats and more!



 

Alumni family supporting our Youth Center!


The Carrillo family has decided to help our Salesian Family Youth Center by maintaining our garden. They have taken this decision as a family. Once a week, they come to our home and make miracles; the neighborhood looks better, thanks to their love and care for our community! Thank you, Carrillo's family!

 

We fixed our roof!


Thanks to the Ahmanson Foundation, we were able to fix our roof. We had many difficulties during the rainy season. But now, we have a new roof!

 

One more piece of news! ESPN and Disney just granted us 10k to invest in a program that promotes our young people to go to college! Thank you so much for your commitment to our young people!

 

This e-news issue is in memory of Richard Grant, one of our biggest supporters. He just passed on August 2022. We thank Richard for all his love and care for our young people!

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