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Links to the great programs that The Canet Foundation has supported.

In an academy-par learning environment and facility, they provide exemplary academic and guidance resources to children, youth and their families in the Watts community of Los Angeles. Exalting and sanctuarial, Strive is a safe haven for kids from the thorny issues and extra challenges they face on these streets every day.

SFAI supports over 70 artists, activists, and creative practitioners annually through residencies, workshops, civic engagement, and innovative public events.

A Place Called Home provides a safe, nurturing environment with proven programs in arts, education and wellness for the young people in South Central Los Angeles to help them improve their economic conditions and develop healthy, fulfilling and purposeful lives.

Their mission is to engage young people in the creative process in order to shape a society of creative, confident and collaborative individuals.

Kinship Rising is an Indigenous-led project focused on healing from colonial gender based violence by restoring our sacred teachings of gender well-being. Kinship rising promotes gender resurgence through art, land-water relations and reconnection with all our relations.

OP lifts the community and shapes the future as they work with their Scholars to develop skills, relationships, new mindsets and the toolbox to transcend socio-economic conditions while they serve as an example of success and resilience.  

Get Lit-Words Unite provides the creative outlet, community and work experience that transforms students into artists, activists, scholars and stars through poetry. Their programs increase literacy, empower youth and energize the community. Whether through poetry, film, or music, they provide drop in to year long classes for the students to build their portfolios. One of their students was featured in a segment for ABC for her poem, "For Uvalde", seen on our links page.