Ernestine Allen is a 32-year resident of the city of Ontario who has seen many changes over the years on her mostly palm-tree-lined street, Plaza Serena. But one thing has stayed constant: everyone communicates and looks out for one another.
In May, Ernestine noticed the diadora pine tree located in her front yard beginning to lean as winds battered the Ontario area. She was concerned parts of the tree would fall and damage adjacent homes or neighbors walking by her home.
Fifty years after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, his message is still just as significant. It is my hope his legacy last another 50 years and beyond.
He taught us that there is validity in protest and that you can change the country through meaningful, constructive civil engagement. He even noted that everyone has the potential to be great through service.
Let’s also not forget King was stressed about the progress being made in the United States. There were some gains but there was also loss – including death.
Dr. King was perhaps one of the greatest human beings to ever grace this earth. Chief among the characteristics of being a human being is that he was human – not perfect, but certainly spiritually aware of our nature and the need to improve how we treat each other.
On Saturday March 24, 2018, members of the D’Andre D. Lampkin Foundation will be participating in the Creekside West Small Business & Craft Fair. If you are in or reside in the Ontario, California area, stop by and meet the volunteers and supporters making #socialgood happen in your community.
2601 Deer Creek Loop
Ontario, California 91761
Creekside Beach Clubhouse (intersection of Day Creek and Deer Creek Loop)
Vendors will be open from 11am to 3pm. We hope to see you there.
According to 2010 census estimates, Creekside West Village Master Association is a homeowner association encompassing approximately 410 acres in the southeast portion of the City of Ontario. With an approximate population of 55,000 residents, the median age is 28.7.
Disaster to Resilience: the difference is YOU! We have recently updated our Volunteer Registry. Our new application allows for our community of volunteers to include any information that may be useful during outreach efforts in and around your community. Information such as special skills, work information, and credentials are useful when forming teams of volunteers to fulfill specific missions.
It is with heartfelt sorrow that we have been following the tragic developments ensuing from the violent shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada on Sunday October 1, 2017. This was especially personal for me as I learned two of the victims, Michael & Summer Gracia, were shot by the attacker. I have had the privilege of knowing the Gracia Family and serving side by side as a law enforcement professional with Michael Gracia’s brother.
We are continuously looking for ways to keep you engaged. A major part of the process is partnering with other non-profit organizations so that we can provide you with the tools you need to continue doing the amazing work you are doing in your communities. Therefore, we are happy to announce we are now members of “Network for Good“
Please join us in thanking the city of Ontario for allowing us to speak before city council Tuesday, August 15th. As Mayor Leon stated, 3 minutes was not enough time to explain all the great work you, our community of supporters, are doing. But we are still grateful for the opportunity to introduce you to some of the folks we’re helping and to be acknowledged.
The D’Andre D. Lampkin Foundation is proud to join the 1.5 million nonprofits using Facebook Pages to build their communities. Join our online community and help us raise money for the D’Andre D. Lampkin Foundation.
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D’Andre is proud to be the newest face of the National University website. Included on the splash page of the new website was a profoundly accurate quote, “As a non-profit institution, we know that it’s not just the degree our students earn that matters, but the degree to which they use it”.
Because you believed in the mission… Last month, we began the long journey to seek 501(c)(3) tax exempt status from the Internal Revenue Service. Part of the process involved outlining our overall approach to charitable giving and the work we have done thus far.