This partnership greatly expands the ability to provide essential services and programs to children with specialized needs, transitional youth, and young families so that one day they may experience personal independence.
This month, the La Verne Chamber celebrated their 2021 Excellence in La Verne Awards. David & Margaret Youth and Family Services was honored to receive the award for Non-Profit of the Year for excellence in providing critical services and supporting at-risk communities during the coronavirus pandemic. David & Margaret was recognized for the broadening of services with the opening of COMPASS Point which supports young adults with a history of foster care, demonstrating creativity and innovation in meeting the needs of the La Verne community, promoting volunteerism, demonstrating growth and stability, and making a worthwhile impact on society and individuals.
The merging of these two organizations will expand the breadth and depth of services provided to foster youth, students with disabilities, and families in need of therapeutic support.
David & Margaret Youth and Family Services is pleased to announce new leadership for its Board of Directors. Bob Dalton was appointed board president at the board meeting held on August 3, 2020. Bob’s appointment comes as Sabina Sullivan completes her second term as board president. The board is responsible for the high-level leadership and decision-making for the organization, including determining its mission and purpose, providing financial oversight, ensuring legal and ethical integrity and accountability, strategic planning, and much more.
David & Margaret responds to the COVID-19 pandemic
Announcing recent changes at David & Margaret
This free, fun-filled family event features live music, crafts, photos with Santa, games and activities for kids of all ages, and a holiday boutique with local vendors.
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David & Margaret receives three three-year CARF accreditations for foster care programs
David & Margaret has received a $3,000 grant from the Ecolab Foundation, to promote self-sufficiency and employment for youth ages 18-24 in Los Angeles County who are leaving or transitioning out of foster care.
David & Margaret Youth and Family Services Receives $20,000 Grant from the CLA Foundation to benefit its Youth Workforce Training Program for youth aging out of foster care
Thank you for your interest in David & Margaret Youth and Family Services. We appreciate your interest in the work we do. The staff here work diligently to care for the youth and families in our care. We respectfully request that you honor their right to privacy and direct your inquiries to our President and CEO.
All press inquiries should be directed to:
Daniel. S Maydeck
President and Chief Executive Officer