The RightWay Foundation will be hosting a great job fair on the 28th from 10-3 in the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall Community Room. Come ready for some awesome LAX jobs in many different restaurants through Crews 1972. RSVP to the address or number on the flyer, print a resume, wear interview clothes, and bring a good attitude, and you could have a job before the end of February.
We did hiring for HMSHost at LAX, who needed full-time Baristas, Cook IIs, and FFAs (Cashier). The pay is competitive and the opportunity is great, so many people will now be starting off their New Year off with a great new job!
The RightWay Foundation is the charity of choice for "When Lives Matter," a play about two realities exploring race, justice, and equality. We are receiving 100% of the proceeds from the January 20th showing, thanks to the wonderful director Monti and his team. We appreciate their effect on the reality our foster youth are experiencing.
Please buy your tickets here. If you want to read more about the play, please visit www.whenlivesmattertheplay.com.
Update: This play was amazing in its story telling and impactful observations. We can't wait to see what Monti and his team do next!
We are collecting toys with HipHopIsForTheChildren.org to distribute to our foster youths' kids and foster kids in children's court. If you want to drop off a donation, our boxes can be found throughout the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw mall: in our office (Suite 195), next to guest services (by Sear's), in Mall Management (by Macy's), in the security office (near Mall Management), or in the housekeeping office (by the food court). Thanks to the mall for supporting this toy drive. Thank you to those who donate, who are going to make the holidays better for foster kids.
Update: The toy drive went great! And we were able to hand out toys to more than 20 families. We appreciate the participation of the Mall Management, who consistently brought in the most toys. Thank you to everyone who donated! You brought a lot of joy to kids for Christmas.
We celebrated with friends and partners our five year milestone as an organization. It was an event that brought together many great people, and took place in the Community Room of our new location at the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall.
Gifts of Compassion and The RightWay Foundation hosted an event where the foster youth fellows planned and organized a demonstration of the skills they had learned in meditation, yoga, and wellness. The LA County former foster youths also held an open discussion on available services for youth, confronting the gaps in overall knowledge of these services.
USC hosted our 3rd Annual Summer Job Fair. This event was a collaboration with Foster Care Counts, JEP House USC, CASA, and Yale Day of Service.
This event celebrated hip hop and culture with a live step show and more at our old Leimert Park location. It was made possible by collaboration with 93.5 K-Day, AØA, DJ Stones, and DCFS.
This event, featuring Sydney Kamlager (Member of the Board of Trustees) and Delroy Lindo (Actor), was about how foster youth can be successful in community college. It involved an open forum regarding what needs should be met to create programs for foster youth.
The RightWay Foundation did hiring for servers, dishwashers, cooks and concessions at the PGA Northern Trust Open Golf Tournament. The tournament took place February 15-22.
The RightWay Foundation did hiring for many positions at LAX on behalf of HMSHost International.
The RightWay Foundation celebrated our one-year anniversary serving foster youth in Leimert Park. We were supported in this event by Foster Care Counts, Crews 1972 and Tacori.