Thanks to the contributions and love from the community, 300 students have received new backpacks and school supplies this fall, a Los Angeles non-profit announced on August 9.
The Chancellor of California State University System, Timothy P. White, issued an executive order on August 2 that seeks to revamp the university system’s matriculation system. The executive order states that the CSUs will no longer require remedial classes that were mandatory for students who were not fully prepared for college level classes.
The teenage years can prove themselves to be a challenging season, for both the parents and teens alike. How can a deeper understanding of the gospel transform and redeem that potentially challenging period?
The Chancellor of the California Community Colleges (CCCs) and its board members voted on July 17 to approve the new set of goals and commitments for the next five years.
Those who have never owned a home, but are considering buying one, may be overwhelmed with aspects to consider and may not even know where to start. A non-profit in Los Angeles recently hosted an all-day event at Southwestern Law School for just such potential homeowners.
Though many churches regularly engage in one or multiple forms of community service, not many Americans seem to be aware of those good works, according to a study released on Thursday.
Korean American Non-Profit Sets Out to Provide New Backpacks and Supplies to Students in Foster Care
Korean American Family Services (KFAM) is currently carrying out its annual campaign to give new backpacks and school supplies to students in foster care.
Eugene Peterson, most known for his authorship of The Message translation of the Bible, released a statement on Thursday afternoon retracting a comment he made during an earlier interview that he would perform a same-sex marriage today if he were asked.
Aiming to provide resources to those who hope to become homeowners in Southern California, a non-profit will be hosting an informational homeownership fair for the 16th time.
Some 80 Korean American parents participated in seminars this month to learn more about how they can better interact with their children, manage their anger, and broach difficult topics.
For those in the Korean American community who may have been wanting to learn more about services that are available to them regarding counseling, domestic violence prevention, and foster care, one non-profit opened up its doors to present the services that they provide in those areas.
KFAM Becomes First Licensed Foster Family Agency Focusing on Supporting Asian American Families, Children, Youth
Korean American Family Services (KFAM) became the first non-profit organization in Los Angeles that focuses on connecting Asian American foster families with Asian American children and youth to become a state licensed Foster Family Agency (FFA), the organization announced on Tuesday.
As the 14th annual North Korea Freedom Week has been taking place in Washington, D.C., a ‘World Congress of North Korean Defectors’ convened at the National Press Club on April 27, from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM, during which speakers agreed that consistently inputting information into North Korea is the most effective path toward freedom in North Korea and a peaceful reunification in the Korean peninsula.
Vision Care Service, an international relief organization, and Hwarang Leo Club, will be hosting its eighth Free Eye Camp on April 29 at the Los Angeles Korean Consulate General, from 9 AM to 1 PM.
Where there is unity, there will be reconciliation and healing, according to religious leaders who gathered at an interfaith prayer breakfast on Tuesday, commemorating the L.A. riots that took place 25 years ago on April 29.