Stories From The Frontline: Solutions for Unhoused College Students and Young Adults Aging Out of Foster Care | November 2
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Thursday, November 2, 2023 — 6:30 pm
Experience the powerful firsthand accounts of formerly unhoused college students and young adults aging out of foster care.
When teens age out of the foster care system, the combined challenges of independent living can be overwhelming. Join us as we explore solutions that allow them to thrive and the transformative impact of community support on their lives.
Hear from housing innovator Sam Prater (founder of Los Angeles Room & Board) and acclaimed author David Ambroz, recognized as an American Champion of Change by President Obama. Guiding us through the evening is the talented actor, producer, director, and activist Shanola Hampton.
Stories from the Frontline is a storytelling platform that amplifies the experiences of formerly homeless individuals, fostering awareness and coalition building for innovative housing solutions. Visit StoriesFrontline.org
Sponsors: John and Marilyn Wells Family Foundation, Core Group, CSH Speak Up!, H.O.D.G., The Goodman Group, Change for Balance, and City National Bank.
Doors Open: 6:30 pm, Program: 7:30 pm
$5 Members, $10 Non-members, FREE for students (must show current ID)
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Marilyn Wells and Allison Schallert, Co-Chairs
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Art Salon & Lounge
741 South Lucerne Boulevard
FREE parking: East Lot across from entrance