‘Tis the season of giving back, and CLC’s annual holiday campaign is in full swing! Learn more about how you can support children and youth in foster care and other highlights in our E-Newsletter.
‘Tis the Season of Giving Back
As we reflect on the past month, we have so much to be thankful for this season. Because of your generosity, we hosted our most successful Art of Advocacy to date. We continue to be in awe of our community, which shows up year after year to support our young clients and caregivers. Your donations have helped CLC fulfill thousands of client need requests – providing school supplies, warm clothing, baby care essentials, funding for extra-curricular activities, and more. Our Adopt-A-Family program is full-swing and as usual, the outpouring of gifts is overwhelming!
The holiday season can be difficult for children and youth in the foster care system, but with your participation, we can make the season a little bit brighter. There is still time to purchase a gift for a child in need of holiday cheer. We are accepting donations until Friday, December 10th. Learn how you can shop our wish list and more here.
Thank you for all that you do to support children and families in foster care.
Art of Advocacy Recap
Thank you to our CLC friends for making our annual Art of Advocacy Gala a huge success!
This year’s event, held under the stars on the UCLA Luskin Centennial Terrace, hosted more than 200 guests. Together we raised over $200,000 for children and youth in foster care.
We are so grateful for our staff, board members, supporters and most importantly, our clients who celebrated with us earlier this month. We are thankful for our extraordinary honorees: Los Angeles County Board Supervisor Sheila Kuehl – who had a special introduction by her sister, the Honorable Jerilyn L. Borack – Assemblymember Wendy Carrillo, and Muralists DABSMYLA. Each honoree has championed and supported children in foster care through their advocacy and art. A huge thank you to Rosi Golan for lending her incredible talent and stunning voice to our evening.
Today, you can give back in TWO ways. First, while you’re scrolling through the deals and looking for the perfect present for your loved one, consider adding an extra gift for our Holiday Giving Campaign! When shopping on Amazon, make sure to use AmazonSmile and select CLC as your charity of choice. Remember to shop for deals at smile.amazon.com, or with AmazonSmile ON in the Amazon app, and AmazonSmile will donate to us at no cost to you. We’ve even put together an Amazon wish list to make donating easy!
Not a fan of Amazon? Make a donation online. We’ll turn your donations into gifts for children and youth in foster care.
We Made the List!
Coming soon…the first-ever The Giving List Los Angeles!
CLC is honored to be featured in the inaugural The Giving List Los Angeles edition. The Giving List is a curated guide to philanthropic giving that tells the stories of a select list of nonprofits doing vital work in the LA region. The Giving List team consulted with leaders across philanthropy, financial services, and philanthropic advising to determine which organizations should be highlighted, and we are thrilled to have been selected!
Dependency Legal News Vol. 17, No. 7
Review the most recent legal developments in dependency case law with our November Legal Newsletter. Our talented in-house Writ Team provides an in-depth analysis on case law related to child welfare. Read the latest issue here.
November is National Native American Heritage Month
The month is a time to celebrate rich and diverse cultures, traditions, and histories and to acknowledge the significant contributions of Native people. Heritage Month is also an opportune time to educate the general public about tribes and their accomplishments and raise general awareness about the unique challenges Native people have faced historically and in the present.
As child welfare professionals, it’s critical that we know how to apply the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), recognize the events that preceded it, and appreciate the importance of culturally responsive practice with American Indian and Alaska Native children and families.
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