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Community briefs: E3 Youth Philanthropy, winter session classes

E3 Youth Philanthropy seeks members

E3 Youth Philanthropy is accepting applications through March 20 from students entering 10th or 11th grade in the fall.

A program of Los Altos Community Foundation, E3 aims to educate, engage and empower local youth to effect positive change in the community.

E3, which has 26 members from local high schools, requires a two-year commitment. Students meet via Zoom 7-8 p.m. Wednesdays from mid-August through April. When in-person meetings are allowed, the group will conduct some sessions at a local site that meets social-distancing requirements.

Participants have the opportunity to:

• Learn about nonprofit organizations and make grants totaling $10,000.

• Design and participate in service projects.

• Develop leadership and communication skills.

To apply, visit losaltoscf.org/e3.

For more information, email E3 program director Judy Crates at [email protected]

Rec dept. launches winter session classes

The city of Los Altos Recreation and Community Services Department recently opened registration for its winter session, which features an array of new classes, both virtual and in person. The session runs to March 29.

To register for classes, visit webtrac.losaltosca.gov/wbwsc/webtrac.wsc/wbsplash.html. Registrants who do not already have an account must set one up. However, residents can browse as a guest before signing up.

For questions and more information, email [email protected]

LACF grants program accepting applications

Los Altos Community Foundation’s Community Grants Program is accepting grant applications for its spring grants
cycle.

To apply, visit losaltoscf.org/what-we-do/community-grants.

For more information, email [email protected] or visit losaltoscf.org/grants.

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