our impact

since our launch in july 2019:

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Our program has assisted over 75 youth impacted by homelessness and trafficking by providing clothes, food, and legal aid.

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Our team has held 20 workshops geared towards providing access to legal aid, financial aid resources, and financial literacy.

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Our donors have contributed clothes, shoes, toys, and toiletries to over 100 young people and their families.

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We have partnered with 10 local shelters and schools to create systems of sustainability.

our Services

Advocacy for Educational Rights

College Counseling Program

Partnership with shelters

Resources to free and reduced services

Workshops for legal aid, financial aid and financial literacy

college workshops and Field trips to colleges

College Bootcamp 2020

Currently enrolling high school seniors in our 15 week college bootcamp.

Free services students receive:

  • Evaluation of high school transcripts

  • Overview of 4 systems of higher education

  • One-on-one workshops for college application process

  • Personal statement and scholarship essay workshops

  • Assistance applying for FAFSA and Dream Act

  • Help analyzing financial aid packages

  • Advocacy support with colleges and universities

  • College visits

100% of our students are accepted into 4 Year Colleges or Universities 

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Our one-on-one approach helps meet the needs of our vulnerable population and successfully assists them with successful college matriculation. 

Our students have received financial aid packages and acceptances from:

California State University, Northridge

California State University, Long Beach

California State University, Los Angeles

California State University, San Marcos

California State University, Dominguez Hills

University of the West

Clark Atlanta University

Fisk University

Alabama State University

Bethune Cookman University

Do you know a high school senior that needs help applying for and getting into college?

Sign Up Today!

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