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Desde la Base - Fall 2015

-- This Summer IMPACTO Ran Full Steam Ahead

-- A Night to Remember: Celebrating the Guadalupe Homeless Project's Women's Shelter

-- "Bon Voyage" to Promesa Boyle Heights Special Projects Associate Daisy Cuellar

-- "Bon Voyage" to Jesuit Volunteer Raya Abat

-- The Sun Never Sets on the Friendship Between the Early Childhood Education Centers and Brentwood Sunshine Preschool!

 

Desde la Base - Summer 2014

-- Guadalupe Homeless Project: The Journey of Robert Jameson

-- Thank You (and Bon Voyage!) to Jesuit Volunteer Christina Hayes

-- Good Ole Summertime at IMPACTO and Aliso Pico Recreation Center

-- The Courage to Live Their Dreams: Perla Madera and Ana Sanchez

-- Small Gifts Make a Big Difference

 

Desde la Base - Fall 2012

-- Meet our Proyecto DREAM Interns

 

Desde la Base - Summer 2012

-- Retail Therapy

--Letter From the Executive Director

--You Can Go Home Again

--Vocal Power

--New Beginnings at GHP

--An Education for Life

 

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Guadalupe Homeless Project: The Journey of Robert Jameson - Summer 2014

Ask Guadalupano Robert Jameson how he became homeless, and he'll tell you point blank: a difficult divorce turned his world upside down. This surgeon's assistant with 25 years of experience in the healthcare field found himself both jobless and relinquishing his home in a relatively short span of time. His story illustrates the adage "it can happen to anyone."

Robert's life took a turn for the better, however, when Pathway Homes in Pasadena referred him to Proyecto's Guadalupe Homeless Project. And as Robert tells it, he soon received so much more than a place to sleep. "I found fellowship with others who were also going through a very hard time. And sometimes, I was able to encourage them too."

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The Courage to Live Their Dreams: Perla Madera and Ana Sanchez - Summer 2014

 

At Proyecto Pastoral, supporting student achievement is a priority. But in a neighborhood where the high school dropout rate hovers at 69% and 1 in 4 families live below the poverty line, most families lack the resources to help their children pay for higher education. We were pleased to award two scholarships to hardworking young women at Proyecto's 17th Annual Women's Conference.

Mendez High School student and IMPACTO mentorship program participant Perla Madera received the first annual Irma Ulloa Memorial Scholarship, which was created to honor the memory of community resident Irma Ulloa. Thanks to the generosity of the Ulloa family and Proyecto Pastoral, we presented to Perla an award of $1,250.

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Article Archive

"An Education for Life" - Summer 2012

"Meet Proyecto's DREAM Summer Interns" - Summer 2012

"Boyle Heights Through Monse's Eyes" By: Michelle Angeles, Development Assoicate. Summer 2010.

"Paying Hope Foward, Guadalupano, Jose Hugo." By: Michelle Angeles, Development Associate. Winter 2010

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