Education

Learning and Loving Education Center

  • Morgan Hill, CA
  • www.learningandloving.org

Mission Statement

The Center is a non-denominational program that provides education and outreach to local low-income ethnic minority women and children to improve their quality of life and create avenues for their advancement. Goals of our program are to achieve family literacy, self-sufficiency, child development, and create solutions in the areas of literacy, education, parenting, wellness, and human dignity through culturally sensitive education that assists our clients overcome linguistic, economic, and social barriers that impede their success. Our Center is committed to the belief that education is essential in creating systemic change in the educational process for vulnerable populations so that they can overcome the barriers of illiteracy and poverty.

Main Programs

  1. Adult ESL
  2. Adult Computer & Job Skills Training
  3. Early Childhood Education/Readiness
  4. Adult Workshops & Education

ruling year

1946

Principal Officer

Self-reported

Ms. Pat Davis

Keywords

Self-reported

literacy, esl, education, low-income, adult education, child education, computer, job skills, technology, parenting, health, nutrition, adult basic education, ged

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EIN

20-3270605

 Number

6953409889

Physical Address

16890 Church Street, #16

Morgan Hill, CA 95037

Contact

Cause Area (NTEE Code)

Education N.E.C. (B99)

IRS Filing Requirement

This organization is required to file an IRS Form 990 or 990-EZ.

Programs + Results

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Programs

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Program 1

Adult ESL

Language acquisition classes, English literacy classes on five levels- beginning to advanced classes to teach speaking, listening, and writing of the English language as well as health, workplace, and lifelong literacy.

Category

Population(s) Served

Budget

62800.00

Program 2

Adult Computer & Job Skills Training

Organized bilingual technology training to help demystify technology and teach basic, intermediate and advanced technology skill, work force training, job readiness, and use of software applications.

Category

Population(s) Served

Budget

$56,000.00

Program 3

Early Childhood Education/Readiness

Preschool, pre-literacy, school readiness, English and creative arts for children without access to private preschool services.

Category

Population(s) Served

Budget

$61,000.00

Program 4

Adult Workshops & Education

Parenting, Health, Nutrition, and Other Lifelong learning classes.

Category

Population(s) Served

Budget

$24,000.00

Funding Needs

Contributions;Grants

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LEARNING AND LOVING EDUCATION CENTER
Fiscal year: Oct 01-Sep 30

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Learning and Loving Education Center

Leadership

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Principal Officer

Ms. Pat Davis

BIO

Sister Pat has worked tirelessly since 1994 to improve the plight of immigrant women and their small children who live in the southern region of Santa Clara County. Sister Pat, knowing the Silicon Valley was the land of opportunity form some, understood the challenges of exploited immigrants working to leave behind the oppressions of field labor and social discrimination. In her work, she has inspired to empower immigrant women and their children to improve themselves, their families and their community by increasing their skills and knowledge. Sister Pat also works part-time at the center as an English literacy teacher and strives to advance systemic social change for immigrant families.

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