Flintridge Center's Apprenticeship Preparation Program needs your support!

Our summer session of the Apprenticeship Preparation Program is underway and we need your help to raise $3,000 for tools, textbooks and safety equipment for our students. These materials are vital in providing our students with the hands-on experience necessary for success in the construction field. Every gift helps to continue transforming the lives of our community members. Please help us reach our goal by donating today – we appreciate your support!

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To create profound and lasting change in Northwest Pasadena/West Altadena through innovative programs that combat the effects of poverty and violence.

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A healthy, safe community where families thrive, youth reach their full potential, and equality and opportunity are accessible to all.

 

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       Complete List of 2012 Donors - CLICK HERE

                                

                    

                          

                               

                                  

The Ahmanson Foundation

California Community Foundation
Dwight Stuart Youth Fund
Alex Moseley
Jaylene L. Moseley

Pasadena Child Health Foundation
The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation
S. Mark Taper Foundation
Weingart Foundation

                                  

           

 

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Presentation to City Council


Flintridge Center recently had the opportunity to present at the Pasadena City Council meeting on Monday, July 14th. We were joined by some of our program participants who shared their life changing experiences through Flintridge Center’s Apprenticeship Preparation Program and Youth of Promise Mentoring Program and the Vision 20/20 collaborative. The presentation was informative and deeply moving - check it out!

Flintridge Center presents to Pasadena City Council

Sincere thanks for Mayor Bogaard, Vice-Mayor Robinson and the councilmembers for the time to share Flintridge Center’s impact with the community.



Annual Report


The Flintridge Center is proud to present our 2013 Annual Report. Thank you to all of our partners and supporters – this important work could not be done without you! View the report here.

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Walk Northwest


Thanks for walking with us! Here is a look back at Walk Northwest 2014.

To view more pictures from the big day, 'Like' us on Facebook and check out the Walk Northwest photo gallery!



Mustangs on the Move afterschool programming merges with PasadenaLEARNs.


After a decade of coordination by Flintridge Center, the Mustangs on the Move afterschool program at John Muir High School is merging with PasadenaLEARNs. The more than 80% of Muir student body currently served by MOTM will transition into the LEARNs program effective January 1, 2014. Read on for more details.

Student at graduation ceremony


The Nonprofit Resource Center is now open! Check it out!

On March 12, the Nonprofit Resource Center at the La Pintoresca Branch of the Pasadena Public Library officially opened. This new collaboration is open to the public... More...


The House I Live In

Thank you to all who attended the screening of The House I Live It. Tremendous thanks go out to our food donors and supporters - The Green Street Restaurant, Domenico’s Pizza and Lovebirds Café & Bakery. - more -


Hundreds

turn out at Pasadena peace rally

Civic and religious leaders gathered at the steps of All Saints Episcopal Church in Pasadena on Sunday to launch a peaceful crusade against gun and youth violence after Christmas Day incidents - more -


Flintridge concludes capacity building services for nonprofits

After nearly two decades of providing trainings and resources to nonprofit organizations throughout the San Gabriel Valley, Flintridge will focus all resources on our mission – to create profound and lasting change through innovative programs that combat the effects of poverty and violence. - more -


As reported in the Pasadena Star-News, the City of Pasadena’s newly released 2012 Quality of Life Index reveals stark disparities among residents. Having served this community for nearly 30 years, we hope this latest study will spur increased commitment to ensure a healthy Pasadena for all. Download the 2012 Quality of Life Index here.


 

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