Our Work.

What We Do


Our immediate objective is to improve school performance, enhance scholastic achievement through computer literacy, and increase employment potential for underprivileged youth living in the inner city of Los Angeles. Our short-term objective is to enroll 100-200 children in need of academic support from the areas surrounding our affordable housing apartment complexes. Our long-term objective is to create multiple  Community Enrichment Centers to service up to 1000 or more at-risk youth throughout Los Angeles county.
Schools in districts served:
Arlington Rodeo Apartments, 3804 Arlington Ave
  • Academy of Science and Engineering
  • New Heights Charter School
  • Community Prearatory Academy
  • KIPP Scholar Academy
  • Crenshaw Arts-Tech Charter High School
  • Global Education Academy Middle School
  • Today’s Fresh Start Charter School
  • Apple Academy Charter School
  • Foshay
  • Tom Bradley
Jefferson Square, 2401 W. Jefferson Blvd.
  • Stella Middle Charter Academy
  • City Charter Elementary School
  • Celerity Nascent Charter School ​
Fumbah Manor, 832 S. Lake St. 
  • Camino Nuevo- Burlington
  • NEW Academy of Science and Art
  • Para Los Ninos- Evelyn Gratts Primary Center Camino Nuevo- Miramar USC Hybrid High School​
Benton Green Apartment, 528 Benton Way
  • Gabriella Charter School
  • Sandra Cisneros Learning Academy
  • Vista Charter Middle School
  • New Village Girls Academy
  • Soledad Enrichment Action Charter School
  • Central City Value High School
  • Rise KoHyang Bright Stars Middle Charter School
  • LA Academy of Arts and Enterprise
  •  Camino Nuevo – Harvard

Where We Work

1000 or more at-risk youth throughout Los Angeles county

Distance doesn’t diminish our love.

u201cBy investing in children, together, we have the opportunity to create real, long-lasting change for families and com-munities around the world.u201d

John Edison

Children International President & CEO