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December 19th '17
November 20th '17

IILA Voices

Dear IILA Board Members, Co-workers, Volunteers:

Nearly two years ago we re-initiated IILA Voices to share some illustrations of the many ways IILA
changes lives for the better.

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Filed in News
April 5th '14

A brief summary of the past two years

Economic downturn in California persists – culminates in the elimination of $1.2 billion in state funds for early child care and education programs – and loss of more than 11,200 spaces between 2008 and 2011- the biggest reduction in child care services in more than six decades. IILA suffers unprecedented funding cuts and begins to retrench.

Filed in Developments, Events, News
August 18th '11

IILA Garden is Abundant

The Immigration Legal Services Division planted the Jardin Abundancia (Garden of Abundance), a neighborhood garden in front yard of the Boyle Offices, with the help of neighbors. The raised garden beds now are full of thriving crops of squash, chard and herbs. Local youth and others tend the gardens on weekends and meet to talk about local issues in “Charlas” organized by ILSA staff members.

May 18th '11

Children’s menu upgraded with fresh fruits

In May, the children’s menu was upgraded by including all fresh fruits. The Aliso Pico Child Care Center reported, the children like the fresh strawberries and cantaloupe. Other centers also reported that the children were happy with all fresh fruits. IILA is working to do the best we can to make menus as healthy as possible for the children we feed.

May 12th '11

Early Learning Advocacy Day

This is a critical time for early learning advocates. With state leaders gearing up for another round of budget negotiations following the May budget revise, this is the time to talk to legislators. Many vital early care and education programs are facing devastating cuts, so it is important for parents, educators and other early care advocates to speak up in support of these critical programs.

February 1st '11

Helping people get around in a busy city

Cesar was in desperate need of transportation so that he could get to his dialysis treatments and doctor visits. He had no money, no family, no car, and felt hopeless. IILA’s transportation program got him where he needed to be, the doctor’s office.