Nutritional Meals Program
The education expansion program is presented to participants who are placed in the homeless prevention transitional housing program. This program encourages youth the continue or complete thier educational endeavors. We work with local colleges and universities such palace beauty college, mount saint marys college, Trade technical college, university of phoenix, USC and more to provide information about higher education and its benefits. We encourage participants to enroll in services that will assist with resume writing, f.a.f.s.a assistance and interviewing skills
Become A Volunteer
The Natural Ivy Foundation is always looking to partner with individuals or organizatons that will assist in the mentoring, teaching and development of all of our participants. We are currently seeking early childhood educators, childcare assistants, and counselors to join our program. School credit can be obtained. Press the button below to sign up now!
Natural Ivy Childcare/Before and After School Program
Our nutritional meals programs provides hot balanced meals to at-risk and homeless youth and thier familiess, homeless and at risk senior citizens as well as at-risk and homeless mental health individuals. This programs teaches the young mothers and fathers in the programs to eat and cook healthy meals for thier families while preparing meals for other families and individuals in need. This is another way in which Natural ivy foundation teaches community involvement and responsibility.
The Natural Ivy Childcare program is a early childhood development program that provides a safe homelike environment for children age 5 and under to grow and learn. These services are only extended to participants that are in the Homeless prevention tranistional housing programs providing a safe and private environment. The before and after school program provides homework helpers and peer resource development in which the older children help to teach the toddlers in turn both parties learn.
Education Expansion Program
Learning Entreprenuership skills
The mothers at the foundation learning how to reporpose shoes to sell in the Village Vintage