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Mission Statement

to provide Homeless and low-income Kids with Free Books,Shoes,Baby Diapers,Bikes,Toys,Sports Camp,Fun Field Trips,Clothes give Volunteer Work Experience with our Internship Program


Fun Zone Reading Club for Homeless Kids is a Reading Merit program that Club Member Read a Book and write a short Book report turn it in to Earn points to be turn in for Fun rewards like Books,Toys,Bikes and Fun Field Trips




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Average Review 11 reviews

Would you recommend Pasadena-Altadena Community Youth Association?

by Jan L. from AL (November 18, 2017)
I responded to one the ads placed by this organization to help with a library event. I purchased books and items for the children. I drove to compton to the meet up place which was a library. I carried the stuff into the library. I waited and waited. I called Ron over and over. He didnt pick up the phone. Total waste of money and time. I dont like ti slam charities but I want to warn people.
by Christy A. from Tarzana, CA (January 12, 2017)
It is an amazing experience to be of service to those who served and fought for our freedom. It is a great honor to give back.
by Andrew N. (January 16, 2016)
The description of the work I volunteered for was supposed to be feeding homeless vets, as well as a sock drive, and a $10 donation for haircuts... So a friend and I show up with clothes and food. There were no Vets in sight, just homeless people. "Coach Ron" asked for the $10 donation and got all mad and upset when I told him I didn't have it... I told him I brought food and clothes, why was he getting mad about the money. So we ended up leaving, left the clothes and food of course but it was such a disappointment. Really seemed like he wanted to pocket the money... NOT RECOMMENDED!! You are better off just giving away clothes and food on your own, don't give this man any money!!!
by Casey C. from Fullerton, CA (June 10, 2015)
Wow, what an experience! Just recently found out that Skidrow is supposedly the most "dangerous" place in Los Angeles -- hard to believe! The people at Gladys Park is lovely and appreciative! If you hang out long enough, you get to meet some amazing people! Also Coach Ron is extremely passionate and enthusiastic about the work he does for the community! An amazing person no doubt. I recommend people to join in and help out! It is a phenomenal experience.
by vanessa a. (March 23, 2014)
This is a great way to help our community it would be wonderful if more people got involved