The RightWay Foundation Videos

Building my foundation the rightway

The RightWay Foundation is starting a new campaign for 2017, where donors can be permanently recognized in our center. Because many youth come to us with broken foundations, and our job is to work with them to build their foundations for the future back up, placing brick by brick together, we have a brick wall representing the work our youth and staff do together. With support of donors like you, especially in this campaign, we are working to start off the year with $15,000 in funds to go directly to our youth services.


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This video was made by The Storyboard Project to highlight what The RightWay Foundation does in Operation Emancipation and for the youth we work with. You can look at more of The Storyboard Project's impactful videos here.


100.3 Fm The Sound Interview

The RightWay Foundation had a great time talking with Tina Mastramico at 100.3 The Sound for the show "59000 Wilshire". We were able to cover a range of topics related to our organization and our foster youth in this 12 minute segment, which aired January 15th.


Franco Vega talks About youth Homelessness

This video was done for youth homelessness awareness month by our partner organization, Sanctuary of Hope, who provides housing for many of our homeless youth. The unfortunate reality is that there are not enough beds in south central Los Angeles for our youth (as many come to us enduring homelessness). We can support them and work 24 hours to find them available beds, but sometimes it takes time and we must keep them understanding that homelessness is not their future -- we will make sure it is temporary.


KDay Community Show Interview

93.5 KDay invited The RightWay Foundation to come talk about our work in the community and foster youth issues. The RightWay talked about successes of our youth, our 5th Year Anniversary, and what a difference support can make in the lives of our youth.


Hillary clinton meets with the rightway

During the 2016 primaries, Hillary Clinton made a stop in South LA to speak with organizations focusing on improving foster youth rights and the South LA community. During this meeting, some of our youth were able to share their experiences in the LA County foster care system with the Presidential candidate.


Jordan's RightWay Testimonal

Jordan is a former foster youth who completed The RightWay Foundation's Operation Emancipation program and interned at The RightWay.


Angels in adoption award

Executive Director of The RightWay Foundation, Franco Vega, received the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute's annual 'Angels in Adoption' awards. He was nominated by U.S. Representative and champion of children's issues, Representative Karen Bass, who he is pictured with at 3:25 in the above video.


Tj Maxx executives work with Our youth

In 2013, some executives from TJ Maxx came and led job training and practice interviews for our youth completing Operation Emancipation. They were able to use their current roles to demonstrate how they achieved those roles and inspire success.


Dylis Garcia Of Casa of los Angeles 

Dylis Garcia, the Executive Director of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Los Angeles, spoke at The RightWay's 2014 Holiday Luncheon. 


SHane Goldsmith of Liberty hill Foundation

Shane Goldsmith, the President and CEO of Liberty Hill Foundation was honored and spoke at The RightWay's 2014 Holiday Luncheon.


Keith johnson of falcons youth services

Keith Johnson, President of Falcons Youth Services and a loyal volunteer of The RightWay Foundation, spoke at The RightWay's 2014 Holiday Luncheon.


Holiday Luncheon 2014 

The RightWay Foundation's 2014 Holiday Luncheon occurred at the USC Galen center and was an event where a few people who are involved in foster youth lives were honored, and had a chance to speak about their experiences with those youth. If you care to watch the full event, see the video above.