These three outstanding individuals form the foundation for PCSLA’s governing board and will be joined by other committed individuals in the coming months. The new board was established as part of PCSLA’s recent transition from operating under a fiscal sponsorship model during its first decade to becoming an independent nonprofit organization. The move to nonprofit status will enable PCSLA to expand its infrastructure and fundraising to meet increasing needs in South Los Angeles communities.
PCSLA’s Executive Director, Liza Bray, shared her excitement about the new organizational status and board members, “Becoming independent and forming our board has opened up the world to us in terms of opportunity. This means more community impact, more children and families served, and fully realizing our mission.”
PCSLA is continuing to recruit passionate, qualified board members. For more information, please contact Liza Bray at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partners for Children South L.A. (PCSLA) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to improve access to high-quality healthcare, early education, and family supports for the youngest and most vulnerable children in South Los Angeles. PCSLA has pioneered a nationally recognized Early Childhood System of Care that involves 40+ health and human services organizations that partner to provide links to services and cross-agency care coordination for children from birth through 5 years and their families. Since 2013, PCSLA has served more than 10,000 individuals in some of Los Angeles’s most systemically underserved communities.