Support Concerned Citizens of South Central Los Angeles Your Help and Donation Makes a Difference

Concerned Citizens of South Central Los Angeles is one of Southern California’s oldest, most respected and community involved 501(c)3 non-profit organizations who’s stated mission is to empower minority community across California and the nation through reformed social justice opportunities and engaging corporate America in providing robust economic empowerment choices for inner city youth, recent high school and college graduates as well as the many justice involved individuals in our communities who return home with limited economic opportunities. #crowdfunding

Noreen McClendon, Executive Director of CCSCLA, stated that her organization has broaden its approach over the past 25 years to specifically address the severe need for educational advancement programs, economic diversity development, community safety, prison reform, social equity inclusion and local business development projects within the Los Angeles area to help stem systemic gaps in closing both the poverty and educational divide between minorities and all other segments of the US population. #dogood

While working hard to develop and support inner city sports, education, housing and prison reform efforts, Concerned Citizens of South Central Los Angeles is asking that YOU become a bigger part of the solution and support our decades long efforts to education, house, train and employ our under-served population. Our communities continues to face very deep and real problems in all areas of minority progress within the United States and CCSCLA continues to be a voice and catalyst in working to fix systemic injustices across all spectrum’s of US society as it relates to the minority. #philanthropy

While we are actively pursuing criminal justice, prison and law enforcement reform efforts at the California State level as well as educational reform on the local level, we need your help to make our efforts go even further! #sparkraise

You can help us solve the problems of economic, educational and social justice reform efforts by showing your support today. Your support is crucial to our efforts to #helpminoritiesthrive. #charity

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If you’re able, we’d love it if you could make a donation of any amount to help us achieve our mission and make racial and social justice equality a reality in both Los Angeles and the United States. #giving

Thank you in advance for your support. Your donation will go toward our stated mission of ending inequality for minorities across all spectrum of education, business and social equity. #causes

Here are the ways you can make a donation:

— Make a donation online at GoFundMe Charity, PayPal or CCSCLA.ORG
— Call us at 323-846-2500
— Send a check to 4707 South Central Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90011 (no cash, please!)

Thank you again! In advance for your kind support.

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Concerned Citizens of South-Central Los Angeles (CCSCLA) is a community based nonprofit 501(c)3 working for social, economic and environmental justice.

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