Emily Shane Foundation

The Emily Shane Foundation‘s SEA program provides intensive and individualized mentoring/tutoring to disadvantaged midd school students in the mainstream classroom who risk academic failure. We only serve those who could not otherwise afford this support. The only “cost” per participant s for each child to perform one good deed for every mentoring session received.

Malibu Public Schools

Malibu PuBlic Schools provides funding for programs, curriculum and staffing for Malibu schools. Programs we support include PTA/PTSA, Athletics, Arts, library aides, student counseling services, special education, the latest technology for the classroom, as well as student enrichment programs in math and science.

TheraSurf

THERAsurf provides a complete day at the beach including surfing, swimming, and water therapy for children and families with special needs. We conclude our day with lunch and a lei ceremony where the children are awarded trophies for their accomplishments in the ocean. These families are able to partake in a day at the beach, learning from experienced watermen and women from Malibu, CA. 

Rock Your World

Rock Your World offers a free curriculum and on the ground programming for classrooms, clubs and other youth organizations. Anchored in human rights, the program teaches youth how to create advocacy campaigns using multimedia for issues they are passionate about while learning 21st Century skills.

The Children's Lifesaving Foundation

The Children’s Lifesaving Foundation‘s work encompass a wide variety of direct, free services that help transform and positively impact the lives of at-risk and homeless youth in L.A. We strive to provide a feeling of inclusion and confidence through camp enrichment experiences, surf instruction camps & great field trips, as well as direct domestic assistance and scholarships.

Malibu Special Education Foundation

Malibu Special Education Foundation: Formed by parents in 2000, MSEF has provided the following; *Monthly parent support group (ongoing for 18 years) *Provide support to the Hand in Hand program with Malibu Jewish Center (music, socializing, games with typical peers from Malibu High) * Attend and support the Abilities Awareness Fair at

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MJC *Technology (30 iPads, etc) for teachers/aides and occasional student for assistive communication as well as keeping necessary data from classroom to classroom with child. *Built an OT therapy classroom at local elementary school. *Weekly yoga classes for our students who benefit from mindfulness as well as physical stretching and balance work. *Year End Bonuses for all the aides in Malibu as a thank you for dedication to our kids. *Teacher support through requests for extra funds for classroom, seminars and conferences to help our teachers feel confident and supported as they work with students with varying disabilities.
 

Boys & Girls Club of Malibu

The Boys & Girls Club of Malibu In 1999 the BGCM was created in reaction to the tragedy at Columbine by a small group of concerned community members who recognized Malibu’s shortcomings when it came to productive activities for teens combined with isolationism. The Gibson family met the community’s need with a one million dollar gift,

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which allowed the BGCM to open its doors and focus on vital programs for over a decade. Although the BGCM was created as a prevention tool to tragedy, by providing Malibu teens with engaging activities, it’s become so much more. Kids come to the Club for a or a variety of reasons, whether it be to escape an abusive home situation or bullying, children struggling with their sexuality, healthy life choices, or simply for any child or teen to have a place with local-interest-based extracurricular actives or even for a place to do their homework in a supportive environment – with or without help.  Over the last 16 years, the BGCM has thrived and has been dedicated to mentoring middle and high school students during their most critical decision-making years, providing them with programs that create confidence and helping to build positive relationships that will support them through high school. In 2014 we opened our first elementary based Club houses on the campuses of Juan Cabrillo Elementary School and Point Dume Marine Science and in the Fall of 2017 our 4th Club house at Webster Elementary opened its doors. In the fall of 2018, we opened the doors to our Wellness Center and extended our counseling services and programs, which are available free of charge to all Malibu public school students. 
 

Please learn more about our Charity Partners by visiting their websites and their booths at the Chili Cook-off!

KJ Margolis
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