IHADLA Seniors Create THE DREAM SHOW!
Thank you to the amazing teaching staff and administration at Campbell Hall for allowing our IHADLA Inglewood Seniors to participate in this multi-week television workshop. For their final project, they produced an episode of a television talk-show. A special thank you to IHADLA Board members Darryl and Vanessa Frank for introducing our students to the […]Read More
IHADLA Dreamers Attend Seeds of Peace Leadership Development Camp
A key goal of the “I Have A Dream” Foundation – Los Angeles (IHADLA) program is to help our students (“Dreamers”) develop skills they will use throughout their entire life and academic careers, such as leadership skills. Leadership skills play a key role in students’ success, especially when students enroll in college and have the […]Read More
Community Outreach: Thank You AEG and STAPLES Center Foundation!
We are always grateful for the support and community outreach efforts of AEG and the STAPLES Center Foundation. Thanks to their generosity, our students (“Dreamer scholars”) have the opportunity to attend various exciting events at the STAPLES Center throughout the year. Most recently, our Dreamer scholars and their families attended a Los Angeles Sparks game! […]Read More
Thank You to Andrew Whitworth and the LA Rams for their Community Outreach and Support of IHADLA
The LA Rams continue to generously support IHADLA students (“Dreamer scholars”) and their families with their community outreach. As part of their All Community Team program, Rams players and staff buy tickets to every game and donate them to non-profit organizations throughout Los Angeles. Andrew Whitworth, offensive tackle for the Rams, generously selected the “I Have […]Read More
Back to School Supplies Donations Thank You
Our “Back to School” campaign was a huge success, thanks to our generous donors! Back to School time is always one of the most important times of the year for the “I Have A Dream” Foundation – Los Angeles (IHADLA). As an education charity organization, we strive to ensure our students (whom we call “Dreamers”) […]Read More
Day with Dusty Brings Cultural Enrichment
Sarah Williams, Executive Director of Dusty’s Riders, invited 10 of our 5th grade students from 99th St. Elementary, located in Watts-Los Angeles, to attend their ranch in Sunland CA and interact with her horses, “Dusty” and “Luke.” Sarah taught our Dreamers how to groom a horse and how to properly take care of a horse (e.g. how […]Read More
The Black Cultural Society Donates to IHADLA
IHADLA is extremely grateful for our partnership with the Black Cultural Society at St. Monica Catholic High School. This year they hosted a Black History Program and donated a portion of the proceeds to our Inglewood programs for the second year in a row. We’re incredibly grateful for this group and for our partnership, which […]Read More
Dreamers in Watts Run a 5k with Girls On the Run
There’s a saying in running: “Our sport is your sport’s punishment.” Running can be a trying task. Many adults even dread the event before the word is spoken. However, for our girls, running has been a joy–a difficult challenge, but a joy nonetheless. Running has been a measurable obstacle that our “Girls on the Run” […]Read More