Los Angeles Non Profit Donates School Supplies to 200 Students

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The Dream Builders Project, a Los Angeles-based non profit, partnered with After School All Stars to donate more than 200 backpacks filled with school supplies to children in East Los Angeles.

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Having access to new school supplies can make a difference in the success of a student's school year. Giving back to the young generations is our investment in the future.

The Dream Builders Project donated school supplies to more than 200 children this past Saturday, September 24th in Los Angeles for their annual Back to School event. The Dream Builders Project partnered with After-School All-Stars Los Angeles and two other organizations to supply more than 200 students with new backpacks filled with a variety of school supplies, including folders, notebooks, writing utensils, mathematical equipment, as well as other educational necessities.

At the Back to School event, there was musical performances, a popcorn machine, and informational stations for the parents. The children competed in an obstacle course, made crafts including backpack tags and, and did musical performances.

“Having access to new school supplies can make a difference in the success of a student’s school year,” says Mayer Dahan, Founder of The Dream Builders Project. “Giving back to the young generations is our investment in the future. We wanted to make this day as special as possible and give them a memory they won’t forget!”

The Dream Builders Project received generous product donations from local and national companies and organizations including Bazic Products, Right to Write, and many other supporters.

To get involved with the any of our upcoming events, donate or sponsor, interview founder Mayer Dahan, or if you would just like more information about The Dream Builders Project, please contact Lindsey Conger on (323) 536-9246 or pr(at)thedbproject(dot)com.

About The Dream Builders Project:
The Dream Builders Project is a Los Angeles action-based, non profit organization whose mission is to grow and develop the community by aiding, funding, and raising awareness about many of the city’s key social issues, including child abuse and neglect, poverty, homelessness, and severe illness and disease. With one objective and one goal in mind — to give back — The Dream Builders Project is not restricted to any particular group or cause but is purely dedicated to the improvement of humanity. http://www.thedreambuildersproject.com

About After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles:
Founded in 2002 by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, and with noteworthy support from Program Ambassador Kobe Bryant, After-School All-Stars Los Angeles (ASAS-LA) is a leading after-school program who aims to educate, enlighten and inspire thousands of students each day through various activities centered around academic support; such as health, fitness and nutrition; the visual and performing arts; youth leadership and community service learning.

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