The 2nd Annual Assembly will officially mark the launch of the Safe Cities LA initiative for the chapter. Central to the discussion will be a call for participation to other local programs and community partners in helping make Los Angeles a safe city. The event will also feature a performance by Playground of Dreams, a mentoring program that “provides girls and boys in Los Angeles with a safe place to dream, to ignite their creativity, and to be inspired leaders in their communities.” Food and beverage will be served.
We will have the participation of P.O.D. – a mentoring program that provides girls and boys in Los Angeles with a safe place to dream, to ignite their creativity, and to be inspired leaders in their communities.
Lyliana is in the third grade and is nine years old. She loves gymnastics, her three sisters and God. Lyliana believes our cities will be safe when we smile at everyone we pass by, take the time to give hugs and love with our whole hearts.
I am a 19 yr old college student at Cal State University Northridge. It’s my second year, and I am working toward being an accountant. While accounting is my major, music has always been my first passion. I love singing and with Playground of Dreams (POD), I have gotten to have the outlet my heart searched for. To me, POD has made the city a lot safer for me and my siblings because we have been given a safe place to go and be free with people we have grown to know and love. What also makes the city safe has been the police; the many Hollywood police we have met have shown so much care in this city to change it around.
Hi. I am 15 year old Westby Westby. I love to sing and inspire. There are so many things I have learned that improves positive thinking for girls of all ages. For example, for me music is of course the main source of positive attitude thinking. There are so many programs that young girls can get involved with and the biggest one for me is Playground of Dreams.
Brittaney is a senior in high school and is seventeen years old. She loves her family, traveling and God. Brittaney believes our cities will be safe when people commit to being the difference in their communities, care about the well being of others more than themselves; give freely, love unconditionally, no one goes unnoticed.