BHI is proud of its network of Los Angeles literacy groups that support year around reading programs for low-income children.
Generous Los Angeles donations ensured that over 700 households with school-aged children had online access and resources during the COVID19 Pandemic.
Mahtab Ahmem, a sophomore at CalPoly Pomona “chasing a degree in civil engineering”, resides at Mar Vista Gardens, Los Angeles.
A unique partnership ensures low-income Los Angeles residents cover the basics during COVID19.
Supporting our young Los Angeles residents draws partners and charities across all industries, including sports, entertainment, information technology, healthcare and charities for children.
Our organization was created to ensure that all qualified Los Angeles residents and clients within HACLA communities and programs have access to the resources and support they need to improve their quality of life, health and well-being.
Vanessa Ojeda kicked off her summer youth employment program in Los Angeles with an internship at A New Way of Life Charity Foundation.
This community-based charitable support group focused on family and life-skills has had a positive intergenerational impact on Ricky Glass and his grandson in Los Angeles.
Kimberly Dockett sees poor internet connectivity as a health crisis in low-income Los Angeles communities.
Our commitment to supporting residents includes celebrating accomplishment and cultural pride. Visit our video archives to share in our moments of joy, community and charitable giving.