BRIDGE, YDAPP Volunteers Host Annual Halloween Fall Fest
Fall Fest is an annual event that happens on the Friday before Halloween. It consists of different games and activities for elementary school students. With the return of the Middle School Program, there was a bigger range of activities for this year’s Fall Fest on Oct. 27.
KYCC BRIDGE Story – KAWA Leads Art Workshops to Elementary Afterschool Program
Members from the Korean American Women Association (KAWA) led the Elementary Tutorial Program (ETP ) students through a series of art workshops this fall. KAWA is an organization that aims to instill leadership skills in women through the Christian faith.
KYCC Clinical Services at API Mental Health Conference
On Oct. 6, KYCC presented a workshop entitled "Opening Doors to Health, Wellness and Recover: Korean Integrated Service Management (KISM) Model Program" at the 2017 Asian Pacific Islander Mental Health Empowerment Conference. The conference was organized by the Vietnamese Community Action for Resources & Empowerment (C.A.R.E.) and California State University Fullerton...
Multitouch Client Spotlight – Adaly Ugalde – Westlake Community Leader
Ugalde is a community leader, organizer, educator and promotora. She partnered with KYCC over 15 years ago when she helped organize tree plantings and meetings with our Environmental Services unit. Meeting at parks and people’s homes, she helped plant dozens of trees along Westlake Avenue and Bonnie Brae Street.
Koreatown’s Small Business Ally—Myung Andy Kim Boosts Mom-and-Pop Businesses, Entrepreneurs
As part of KYCC’s Community Economic Development’s Small Business Program, Mr. Kim, 68, hits the streets of Koreatown three times a week, reaching up to 10 businesses a day. He knocks on doors and walks into restaurants, meeting the mom-and-pop owners that are the heart of K-Town’s business commun