The Partnership for Los Angeles Schools COVID-19 Response Fund
Support Our Students and Families
During these unprecedented challenges, schools and communities most in need face the biggest hurdles to receiving the resources to support students and families. The Partnership supports 18 of the highest-need LA Unified Schools in Watts, Boyle Heights, and South Los Angeles. In order to ensure an equitable response to providing emergency resources for our most in-need families,the Partnership has launched our COVID-19 Response Fund. This fund is designed to respond to the rapidly evolving needs of our families and students.Donate Now
Donate to the Partnership COVID-19 Response Fund
Our Response Fund
This fund is designed to respond to the rapidly evolving needs of our families and students. Funds for the response will support direct resources to Partnership students and families that are suffering from food, housing, and other economic insecurities; technology, professional development, and tools necessary to support students, families, and educators with effective distance learning opportunities; college admission fees and college matriculation expenses for Partnership network students graduating in 2020; and policy and advocacy efforts to ensure COVID response efforts meet the needs of the most in-need schools in the District.
LAUSD Grab & Go Food Centers at Partnership schools:
The Partnership is supporting the three LAUSD Grab & Go Food Centers located within our network with additional resources: Hollenbeck Middle School 2510 E. 6th St. Santee Education Complex 1921 S. Maple Ave. Edwin Markham Middle School 1650 E. 104th St.