Intercultural L.A. Samba Kids

Rating: 5 stars   6 reviews

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John Muir Middle School 5929 S Vermont Ave Los Angeles CA 90044 USA


To Educate, Enrich, and Inspire the Youth at-risk

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At-risk youth within Los Angeles area (7-15 years old)


John Muir Middle School Drumming: Mon, Wed, Thurs, Friday (3pm-5:30pm) Tuesday (1:15pm-5:30pm) Dance: Wed & Friday (3pm-5pm)

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Rating: 5 stars  

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It has been an honor to be part of the LA Samba Kids Organization. Sidney and Roya are so passionate and dedicated to the students. They take a personal interest in the overall well being of all of the students. I have witnessed a transformation in youth who have experienced personal loss and live in circumstances beyond their control. The participants are taught in a disciplined and nurturing setting offering them hope for their future. It is because of the passion, dedication, determination and commitment of the leaders that result in the success of this program. Additionally, Sidney and Roya commit 5 days minimum a week during the school year, as well as finance the program from their personal finances in order to keep the program going. I consider this program one of the greatest programs however, it lacks the financial support needed to take it to the next level. My hope is to focus harder on raising funds to support this much needed program.

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Create a fund raising committee to focus on raising funds and grant writing while the director and teaching staff focused on teaching the curriculum. I would also require annual dues from board members in an effort to support the ongoing program.

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