Inaugural Human Rights Day features Mtn. View councilman


Rosenberg

The United Nations Association Midpeninsula Chapter has scheduled its inaugural Human Rights Day event 2-4 p.m. Sunday at the Grant Park Community Center, 1570 Holt Ave., Los Altos.

This year marks 70 years since Eleanor Roosevelt worked with the United Nations to establish the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, considered a milestone document in the history of human rights.

Los Altos High grad grabs Emmy for work on HBO documentary


Glaze

Years before she helped produce the Emmy Award-winning HBO documentary “The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling” with Apatow Productions, Amanda Glaze experienced the spotlight on a smaller stage, taking on the title role in Los Altos Youth Theatre’s “Anne of Green Gables.”

While working on “Zen Diaries,” Glaze’s role included researching and obtaining archival footage for the documentary about the late comedian. The process was different from her previous experience on feature films such as “Trainwreck” and “The Big Sick.”

Jeremiah's Promise: Guiding, healing, equipping foster youth


Courtesy of Jeremiah’s Promise
Jeremiah’s Promise volunteers work with college students to train them to use The Next Step coaching program.

• Mission: The mission of Jeremiah’s Promise is to love, challenge and equip transition-age foster youth for a life they can be proud of. The nonprofit organization promotes academic resilience, personal and social skills building, leadership development and career path competency.

• 2018 update: Jeremiah’s Promise uses an innovative social media-behavioral intelligence platform to serve its foster youth.

Mentor Tutor Connection: Enhancing students' academic and life skills


Courtesy of Mentor Tutor connection
An adult mentor works with a student through Mentor Tutor Connection.

 

• Mission: Mentor Tutor Connection aims to enhance the academic and life skills of local youth through individualized volunteer tutoring and mentoring.

• 2018 update: MTC received what Executive Director Padma Gargeya described as “a generous grant” from Google Inc. that helped fund the nonprofit organization’s new strategic plan.

Reach Potential Movement: Helping youth achieve success, build community


Courtesy of Reach Potential Movement
In its Bookshelf In Every Home Project, RPM invites kindergarten and first grade families to participate in an early childhood literacy outreach events at their schools.

Mission: Reach Potential Movement equips underserved youth and families with leadership, learning and life skills to strengthen their communities.

• 2018 update: In its Bookshelf In Every Home Project, RPM invites kindergarten and first grade families to participate in an early childhood literacy outreach events at their schools.

GreenTown Los Altos collects recycled bicycles


Courtesy of Greentown Los Altos
Volunteers at the 21st annual ReCYCLE Bike Drive collected used bikes, which have been repaired and donated to students and others in need.

Nearly 100 bicycles were donated to GreenTown Los Altos’ 21st annual ReCYCLE Bike Drive, held last month at Los Altos High School.

Once cleaned and repaired, the bikes will be donated to students in need at Los Altos High, Castro Elementary School and Graham Middle School.


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