NBC Features IHADLA on Volunteer Los Angeles Newscast Sept 1-2
Thank you NBC TV Channel 4 Los Angeles for recognizing I Have a Dream Foundation Los Angeles (IHADLA) on your important Volunteer Los Angeles Opportunities segment during your 11am news broadcast on September 1st and 2nd, and on your Volunteer Los Angeles Community Calendar.
IHADLA will be featured during the NBC 11am news segments on September 1st and September 2nd.
We are listed on the NBC I am a Volunteer Los Angeles Community Calendar.
Learn more about ‘I Am a Volunteer’:
NBC4 Southern California launched the ‘I Am a Volunteer’ campaign, a station initiative designed to encourage volunteerism by connecting viewers to community-based organizations like the ‘I Have a Dream Foundation’ and raising awareness of the importance and need for volunteers in Los Angeles and its surrounding districts.
The calendar highlights upcoming volunteer opportunities and directs viewers to the station’s ‘I Am a Volunteer’ web page, where they can connect with the ‘I Have a Dream Foundation’ – Los Angeles for more information on how they get involved with our youth based programs.
“Volunteers are the lifeline of our organization and are vital for fulfilling our mission of helping underprivileged children have a better life and get a good education,” said Debra Fine, CEO of the I Have a Dream Foundation – Los Angeles. ‘I Am a Volunteer’ recognizes that those who volunteer are the true heroes in our shared community, and shows how rewarding it is to give back.
Where can you watch it?:
Stay connected with NBC for all breaking news and information by tuning in to NBC4 on TV, at NBCLA.com or through the NBCLA mobile app.
On NBCLA.com, click on “Watch Live TV” on the upper right of your screen. You will be taken to the live stream at nbc.com/live.
Help us spread the word:
Please helps us spread the word by sharing this blog post on your social media.
These are the Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIN handles for I Have a Dream Foundation – Los Angeles.
This is the Twitter handle for NBC4 Los Angeles:
Social Media Hashtags:
You can like or re-share our Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and GooglePlus posts.
How to Become a Volunteer with IHADLA Volunteer Los Angeles Program:
“I Have a Dream” Foundation – Los Angeles (IHADLA) works to break the cycle of poverty by sponsoring entire classes of 3rd graders in low-income, underserved schools, working with students for 10 consecutive years through high school graduation and into college. The sponsored students, who we call “Dreamers”, are not the only ones who benefit from the program; siblings, parents, other students in the school, and local community members also feel the positive impact of IHADLA’s educational and enrichment offerings.
The youth based programs at IHADLA would not be possible without the help of community minded people who care about the future of our younger generations. IHADLA welcomes mentors, tutors, volunteers and dream speakers and of course monetary donations.
If you are not in Los Angeles to help in person and don’t wish to donate money at this time, you can still help! If you follow any of IHADLA’s social profiles @IHADLA on Twitter and Instagram; subscribe to us on YouTube, or circle us on GooglePlus, you will be helping us build awareness through those social avenues. That is a gift we very much appreciate.
For more information on how to get involved with one of our programs at IHADLA please click the links below:
IHADLA Volunteer Program
IHADLA Corporate Employee Volunteer Programs
IHADLA Mentoring Volunteer Programs
Recommended on NBC
Life Connected. Chronicling the many ways in which people and communities across Southern California come together to inspire and support one another.
Sundays 11pm News on NBC.