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Miss Garifuna Heritage meeting the Prime Minister of Belize

 

Teen/Young Adult Mentorship Program:

Teens Organizing Productivity (TOP) is a special youth program offered by Garifuna American Heritage Foundation United. The philosophy behind TOP is the belief that our inner city youth’s personal identity development can help them excel socially, educationally, and professionally in various environments. Its mission is to develop, cultivate, and celebrate identity through providing programming that focuses on personal & professional development, services to society, advocacy on local, national, and international social issues, college & career preparatory and participating in social events.
For more information, please contact GAHFU (323) 898-6841.  

 

After school Program:

The goal of the After School Program is to supplement education through exposure to diverse cultures, social interactions, and creative development. We will provide homework help, arts and crafts activities, creative thinking projects, and a unique opportunity to learn Garifuna cultural dance and drumming!

For more information, please contact GAHFU (323) 898-6841

Summer Camp Program:

Summer is a crucial time to keep children and youth engaged and out of the streets. Many parents and guardians work during the day and are unable to look after their children or utilize learned skills. Without a space for them to continue learning, children not only lose the advantage of learning new skills, but they also lose some skills they learned throughout the school year.

The Summer Camp Program is designed to provide working families with a safe space that nurtures their child’s growing minds. We use a blend of social, academic and cultural projects and activities to engage and educate youth during summer hours. Our time will be mainly spent engaged in cultural activities, arts and crafts and going to a neighborhood park to engage in outdoor activities and exercise.

The program will be open from July to August. For more information, please contact GAHFU (323) 898-6841