Attorney General Kamala Harris, Eric Sogard of the Oakland Athletics, Radio Personality Big Boy, and CTA President Dean Vogel join with Vision To Learn Founder Austin Beutner to help kids As many as 5,500 children need glasses in the Oakland community Austin Beutner, Vision To Learn Founder and Chairman, was joined today by California Attorney… more
Mobile eye clinics could soon be coming to a school near you. Today at Jefferson Elementary School in Natomas, Governor Brown and the nonprofit Vision To Learn announced a statewide expansion.
California hasn’t lacked for attempts at improving its public schools. Over the past two decades, we’ve reduced class sizes, directed more resources to lower-income districts and fiddled with what kids are taught and how they’re tested. We can argue the results; we can’t argue the intent. That said, a road paved with the best of… more
First 5 LA, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help children under the age of 5 live physically and emotionally healthy lives so they are ready to learn, allocated $1.5 million to ensure that the county’s neediest children receive free vision care services. Acting on a motion by First 5 LA Commission Chair Mark… more
Earlier this week Dwight Freeney took time out of his busy NFL schedule to visit Baldwin Hills Elementary School, right here in Los Angeles. The reason: to help underprivileged kids. For a cause that’s near and dear to his heart.
The Dodgers have announced a partnership between the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation and Vision To Learn, a non-profit organization that provides free eye exams and glasses to elementary school students in low-income communitites. “The Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation seeks to partner with organizations that are making a measured impact in our community,” Dodgers Co-Owner and… more