We are diligently planning our events and distributions for 2022, but due to the ever changing Covid restrictions and guidelines there is an uncertainty around events at this time. Please check back often to see what's on our calendar below. This calendar is subject to change.
Crews from Northern California to Southern California Best Dance Crew
Window Wonderland was a drive-thru Christmas event to help 3,000 children and their families during the holiday season. With the Coronavirus pandemic cases increasing we wanted to create a way to help families enjoy the holiday while still abiding by the covid-19 guidelines. When people fall on hard times they often struggle to provide necessities for their families which results in them resorting to desperate measures. This is when crime spikes. Our goal is to reduce some of that stress by providing gifts, clothing and food.
We wanted to do something for the kids so we held a drive thru event where we gave out groceries, household goods, clothing, toys and much more.
We provided groceries and goods to needy families in Frazier Park.
This was a 4th of July dinner where we fed the homeless at an encampment in the desert of about 150 people. We broke down the color and status barriers and just had a good meal together.
This event was put together in about a week for the needy families of Lake LA and surrounding areas. The car line was over 5 miles long!!!
Purpose of this event is to unite East and West and plant seeds in the youth while giving them a voice.
Feeding the needy families at a local hotel Christmas dinner with all the trimmings and presents for the kids.
We cooked for about 385 families who needed a little help this Thanksgiving.
This event was all about our youth from the resources to the performances.
A community event to address the issues in our local schools of bullying, and depression, as well as the dangers of human trafficking, child abuse, and suicide. We let the youth and the communities voices be heard.
The AV Family Expo was a collaboration with the Antelope Valley College Performing Arts Center. Families followed the yellow brick road to learn about mental health, child abuse, bullying, suicide, and depression. After the families received their golden tickets to get into the Land of Oz's special performances, families worked on strengthening their bonds through entertainment.
Free Father's Day at Jackie Robinson Park located in Sun Village. This event brought out big artist and entertainment with free food for fathers and their families with the goal of uniting them where they didn't have to spend any money. Neighbors were able to come out and get to know each other at a safe zone and enjoy themselves.
Collaboration of the Antelope Valley Community with Best Start Lancaster, AVHP, and Krazy K Productions. This event consist of 1,300 + families and leaders around Los Angeles County to bring awareness, educate, and honor those who are making a difference in the fight against child abuse.