Beyond The Bell provides a safe, supervised environment for kids before and after school, free of charge to reach those in need. Within LA Unified School District, 100,000 students per day across over 1,000 schools are served through the Beyond The Bell programs. Out of the variety of programs each focuses on one of the three main components – academic, recreation or enrichment. Beyond the Bell programs engage and inspire well beyond the regular school day.
Street Soccer USA is a leading national sport-based youth and community development nonprofit with over a decade of experience creating lasting impact in the lives of our participants and their families. They are committed to providing best-in-class, free programs within the their target communities. SSUSA(LA) provides opportunities for participants to have fun in a safe environment, become leaders in their communities, and achieve their goals on and off the field. Street Soccer USA's goal is to develop team players and community leaders and to connect them and their families to the opportunities and support they need to achieve their goals in school and in life.
HOLA provides underserved youth with free, exceptional programs in academics, arts and athletics within a nurturing environment, empowering them to develop their potential, pursue their education and strengthen their communities.
The Bresee Youth Center is the inaugural honoree of the Farmer John LAFC LA Familia program! Learn more about their mission to battle poverty by empowering youth and families with the skills, resources and relationships necessary to thrive.
Prime Time Games is Team Prime Time’s full-inclusion, peer-mentor sports program where TPT students coach and play alongside children with developmental disabilities. The GAMES give at-risk middle school students the opportunity to give back to their community by creating an invaluable social and recreational environment that is truly a win-win situation, with both “athlete” and “coach” enjoying benefits that last a lifetime. For many of the “athletes” the GAMES represent the only chance to participate in a “real”, structured sports program.