LTSC provides fiscal sponsorship to a group of affiliated programs that advance LTSC’s mission through their important work.
Asian Pacific Islander Small Business Program (API SBP)
API SBP provides free business counseling services and workshops to 2,500 people annually on topics such as business plans, loan applications, access to capital, basic business preparations and franchise acquisitions. This program is a collective of LTSC and four other community organizations: Chinatown Service Center (CSC), Koreatown Youth & Community Center (KYCC), Search to Involve Pilipino Americans (SIPA) and Thai Community Development Center (Thai CDC). For more information, contact email@example.com">Mariko Lochridgeat firstname.lastname@example.org new email.
Alliance for Community Transit-Los Angeles (ACT-LA)
The mission of ACT-LA is to create just, equitable, sustainable transit systems and neighborhoods for all people in Los Angeles, placing the interests of low-income communities and communities of color first, as it creates a more sustainable city. ACT-LA envisions Los Angeles as a transit-rich city where all people have access to quality jobs, affordable housing, necessary social services, ample transportation options and a voice in decision-making. The goal of a sustainable community is the reduction of toxic air pollution, the promotion of public health and the strengthening of community culture and heritage. LTSC is ACT-LA’s fiscal sponsor, serves on its host committee and is one of its 29 coalition members.
Established as a crisis helpline, NHL has assisted more than 40,000 people since its inception in 1984 with issues related to immigration, education traffic accidents, illnesses, drug abuse, relationship crises and other emergencies. NHL serves Japanese, English and Korean-speaking communities.
Japanese Speaking Parents Association of Children with Challenges (JSPACC)
JSPACC is an association of parents and families of children with special needs who share information regarding available services and programs. The association has more than 200 families and professionals enrolled, and approximately 100 active members.
Ryugakusei Hotline (RHL)
RHL provides information and referral services to thousands of Japanese students living in the U.S. Since its inception in 1991, RHL has provided services for more than 15,000 students. Trained volunteers help these students, who may be experiencing isolation, with an array of issues including: mental health, relationships, landlord-tenant matters, alcohol and drugs, auto accidents and immigration.
Tuesday Night Project (TNP)
TNP is an Asian American grassroots and volunteer-based organization fiercely devoted to bridging communities by providing programming and interactive spaces for people to connect through artistic expression and strong, creative, community partnerships. Founded in 1998, it has grown into a community of artists, organizers, activists, professionals, independent business owners, educators, and community members.
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