East Los Angeles Station 2015 Annual Christmas Toy Drive
To help make the event as successful as possible, LASPA volunteers worked hard by handing out many different food items which included, cotton candy, popcorn bags, hot dogs, chips, and juices. Families were able to join in the fun with many exciting games and prizes we provided. LASPA would like to thank all our volunteers for coming out and making this a special and wonderful event.
East Los Angeles Station’s 2014 Annual Christmas Event
LASPA VolunteersFor the past 11 years LASPA has been involved in the East L.A. Station’s Annual Christmas Toy Giveaway. This event took place on Saturday, December 13, 2014 at the Centro Maravilla Service Center located in East Los Angeles. The objective of this event is to provide gifts to underprivileged children and a food basket for the qualifying families.
To help make the event as successful as possible, LASPA donated two cotton candy and popcorn machines, a moon bouncer, and hot dogs for the guest in attendance. We also had lots of fun and exciting games for the children to play, and prizes to distribute. This year, some of LASPA’s employees along with 15 volunteers help put smiles on the children’s faces by operating the machines, and distributing the items. LASPA is always happy to participate in events like this one. Below, we invite you to view the pictures of this year’s event.
East Los Angeles Station’s 2013 Annual Christmas Toy Giveaway
LASPA VolunteersThe East L.A. Station held its annual toy giveaway on Saturday, December 14, 2014 at the Los Angeles County Community Center located in East Los Angeles. The objective of this event is to provide gifts to underprivileged children in the surrounding communities, and a food basket for the qualifying families.
For the past 10 years LASPA has been involved in this event, and donated many items to help make this event as successful as possible. This year LASPA donated two cotton candy, popcorn, and hot dog machines, and a moon bouncer for the event. We also provided goody bags with lots of fun items for the children. This year some of LASPA’s employees along with 11 volunteers helped put smiles on children’s faces by operating the machines, and distributing the items to the people and goody bags to the children. We also had lots of fun and exciting games for the children to play, and win prizes. LASPA is always happy to help and be involved in events like this one. Below, we invite you to view the pictures of this year’s event.
Happy Halloween!This year LASPA Cares for kid’s staff members alongside volunteers attended ELA’s 13th Annual Halloween Event. This event was held for the community of the East Los Angeles. Many Parents and their children were able to experience a fun day filled with spooky and fun activities. Children were able to enter a dark and scary Haunted House. Children were also able to carve a free pumpkin or jump around in the jumper.
LASPA Cares for Kids Staff and Volunteers interacted with the community by handing out Halloween Goody Bags and receiving free toys by participating in Halloween games. LASPA Cares for Kids Staff also had the pleasure of handing out free Popcorn, Cotton Candy and Waters.
LASPA Staff Members would like to wish you and your family and fun and safe Halloween!
National Night OutOn Tuesday, August 6, 2013 LASPA, along with LASPA Cares for Kids participated in the East Los Angeles community National Night Out. This event was hosted through the East Los Angeles Sheriff’s Station, and many community programs and vendors participated in order to show support for our local communities. For the past four years, LASPA has been actively participating in this event, since we feel that it is important to reach out to our community.
At this year’s event, LASPA staff was on hand interacting with members of our local community and handing out fun filled goody bags to the children that came out. The goody bags were filled with lots of fun toys, snacks, and safety awareness brochures. Also, for this event, LASPA funded entertainment for the children. It is always with great pleasure that LASPA actively participates and supports programs like this, which gives us the opportunity to bring joy to people in our community.
LASPA 2012 Easter Event
To kick off the Spring Season, LASPA brought lots of joy to many young children in the East Los Angeles area. The LASPA Easter bunny and staff members visited over four day care centers in our surrounding area servicing hundreds of young children ages 2-5 years old, of low-income families. During our visit, LASPA’s Easter bunny and staff members interacted with the children, and distributed some goody bags. The good bags were filled with lots of goodies and fun stuff for the children to enjoy. LASPA is always excited to reach out to our surrounding communities, especially to the children
Pace Head Start Day Care, Los Angeles CA
Thank you cards
Again, LASPA Board of Directors and Staff members are pleased for the support we receive from LASPA members; because of you we are able to reach out from family to family.
LASPA Gives back to the Community
LASPA Volunteers posing with Deputy Alfred Macias (left to right): Mr. Justin Figueroa • Sandy DeJesus • Mrs. Amada Higareda • Mr. Arnoldo Archila • Mr. Humberto Miranda • Mr. Eric Whiteside • Zenia DeJesus • Mr. George Higareda • Mrs. Roxana Figueroa • Sofia Sinquimani • Amanda Sinquimani • Ms. Julie SinquimaniOn December 22, 2012 the East Los Angeles Sheriff’s Station held their Annual Christmas Giveaway. LASPA is proud to have helped sponsor and volunteer for this special event in giving back to the community! Many families from the East Los Angeles area came out to this event, and received many donated items to help them during this holiday season. LASPA also brought many smiles to children by donating bags of popcorn, cotton candy, frezbies, and stickers.
Thank you to all the LASPA volunteers for their time and effort to reach out to needy families during this Holiday Season!
Adult Transition Program - (LIFT)
Thank you for donating the water bottles. We really like them! The clip helps us take the bottles wherever we go. We take them on our walks in the community, to the Y.M.C.A, and to our volunteer work sites. The reusable bottles will help us to take care of the environment because we won't be using so many plastic bottles. We've also learned that the metal bottles are healthier for us than the plastic bottles. We are enjoying using our new bottles.
Thank you again!
With great appreciation,
LIFT: Learning Independence For Transition
Students and Staff