Letter From the Director,
Our compassionate staff members are trained to help people through difficult challenges by offering charitable grants and providing referral services via other nonprofit organizations who offer various types of assistance.
Eclipse Workshop with Tim Dickinson &
Kenneth Gatewood and Students
CELEBRATING 50 AMAZING 54th STREET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SCHOLARS!
Water Buffalo Club’s Annual Kid’s Holiday Movie Party to see COCO
at AMC Broadway 7 Theater in Santa Monica 8am - 2pm
100 Thanksgiving Dinners Giveaway
Welcome to the
Why Can't We Make A Difference Foundation
54th Street Elementary School
2PM - 6PM
Academically, through our enrichment programs, we are able to reach every student at this school. Our goal is to create an atmosphere that triggers an emotional interest in school where children want to thrive academically and socially.
Our students are growing because of the support they receive. We believe this quote to be true from:
"It's relationships, not programs that change children.... Young people thrive when adults care about them on a one-to-one level, and when they have a sense of belonging to a caring community." -Bill Milliken, CISSA
-Derek and Stephanie Richardson
Through academic and social enrichment programs for elementary students in underserved school communities of Los Angeles, our program increases students’ academic and emotional interest in school.
3651 S. La Brea Avenue, Suite 767
Los Angeles, California 90016
DeAndre Jordan Foundation Mattel Toy Give Away to
100 - 54th Street Elementary School children!
Thanks to you, the Why Can't We Make A Difference Foundation helped to provide academic and social enrichment programs to underserved elementary school students.
Starting 11/29/17 we will be starting our
Jr. Java Program for K-2nd grade students at 54th Street Elementary School.
We are making a difference as the scores at 54th Street Elementary School continue to rise.
We are raising funds that will go to supporting 5th grade students at 54th Street Elementary residing in domestic abuse housing, foster care and kinder care with their culmination trip to Washington D.C. and New York. Our goal is to raise $12,500.
We understand there are many worth while organizations and foundations
you can support, but we am thankful you may consider supporting the
Why Can't We Make A Difference Foundation.