Gardena Elementary School Principal Cantu, Bryan Davis and Rey Quiroz
135th Street: Bryan Davis, Principal Osorio, Rey Quiroz
116th Street Elementary: Richard Lee, Principal Tyra Banks, Rey Quiroz
On May 23, 2018 Bryan Davis, the Chair of the Harbor Gateway North Neighborhood Council’s Ad Hoc Homeless Issues Committee, along with other committee members and a stakeholder, delivered 150 backpacks filled with toiletries to the Principals and staff of the Council’s five elementary schools: 116th Street, 118th Street, Figueroa Street, 135th Street, and Gardena Elementary School. This is the second year for this project which was suggested by Bryan Davis, who works for LAUSD and realized that the toiletries for homeless youth attending the elementary schools was a need which local schools were not able to fund.
The evening before, eleven committee members and stakeholders had helped to fill the bags with the toiletries via a well-organized assembly line in just a half hour. The bags also included a brochure about the Harbor Gateway North Neighborhood Council and the types of activities which the Neighborhood Council supports.
Submit a funding request for the 2018-2019 fiscal year funds; deadline is May 22.
The Harbor Gateway North Neighborhood Council is accepting funding requests for the funds which will be available starting July 1. Please use the attached funding request form and email to email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on May 22. The Finance Committee will be reviewing all received requests at their May 30 meeting before recommending requests which meet HGNNC goals and funding guideline requirements to the full Board for approval.
The total amount of funding for the coming fiscal year is not yet known. Last year’s funds totaled $42,000 plus an additional $2,100 of Clean Streets LA Challenge award funds for clean up-related projects.
Non-profits, schools, community groups, and members of the Neighborhood Council area are welcome to submit proposals which will help further the Neighborhood Council goals which are listed on the funding request form. Non-profits and schools should also submit a completed Neighborhood Purposes Grant form, which is also attached.