Reserve tickets in advance for All Peoples LIVE - All Access!
Join All Peoples Community Center (allpeoplescc.org) in celebrating our 73rd Anniversary at our Celebration and Fundraiser, "All Peoples Live - All Access". Festivities will take place at the historic Alexandria Hotel in Downtown L.A and will include exquisite cuisine, awards, a silent auction and more.
One of the city’s oldest and most trusted place-based centers, All Peoples continues working with our neighbors to provide both critical safety-net services and enriching programs. Guided by grass roots leadership, All Peoples cultivates community stability while building local service partnerships. We assist thousands of children, youth and adults in many ways, including after school programs, emergency food distribution and parenting support groups. We welcome all residents to use the comfort zone we represent as a spring board to pursue their highest aspirations.
We encourage you to sponsor and support All Peoples’ 73rd Anniversary Fundraising Celebration so that we can continue to fulfill our mission to help our community thrive.
We are looking forward to a fun evening of celebrating seventy-three years of
Real Solutions, Real Heart, Real Service.
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**TO BECOME A SPONSOR - please contact Saundra Bryant,
The Supplemental Food Program represents one of many important ways that All Peoples impacts the community. Individuals and families in the community receive a bag of groceries, including fresh fruits and vegetables, each month to supplement their existing food supply. Participants in the program also receive information about other community resources for feeding their families and assistance with accessing those resources.
Saundra Bryant, executive director of All Peoples, was recently featured in a news story with Chuck Henry of L.A.'s Channel 4 News.
APCC was featured on NBC L.A.'s local news with Chuck Henry, highlighting the contributions and work of a former student and U.S. Marine veteran who has been giving back to the community. See how this story talks about the people who give back to APCC.