Partners and Supporters of DUYA
With the launch of the Black Empowerment Fund, the California Community Foundation, is investing Black-led and Black-empowering organizations throughout Los Angeles. DUYA is the recipient of one of these grants for working to improve the social and economic plight of the Black community.
Inglewood School District partnered with DUYA to prevent learning loss from the impact of COVID-19 by hosting our tutoring services at 8 locations, including elementary and middle schools.
The Office of Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell is able to provide discretionary funding to a limited number of selected organizations in the Second District of the County of Los Angeles. DUYA was awarded funding to provide tutoring to students residing in District 2.
Innovate Public Schools is partnering with DUYA to bring tutoring to schools and families in Southeast LA (SELA). This regional tutoring initiative works to ensure all students receive a quality public education and invest in the communities.
LA Promise Fund partnered with DUYA to provide internship opportunities to high school students who need leadership, character building, and professional development.
The City of Los Angeles’ Parks and Recreations provides DUYA with the space and resources for daily summer programming.
The Empowerment Southeast Congress Neighborhood Council granted DUYA with internship stipends to hire more Academic Tutors to serve students K-12.
The Park Mesa Heights Neighborhood Council granted DUYA with internship stipends to hire more Academic Tutors to serve students K-12.
The United Neighborhoods Neighborhood Council granted DUYA with internship stipends to hire more Academic Tutors to serve students K-12.
The West Adams Neighborhood Council granted DUYA internship stipends to hire more Academic Tutors to serve students K-12.
The Los Angeles Trial Lawyers Charity granted DUYA internship stipends to hire more Academic Tutors to serve students K-12
Young Storytellers provide resources, programming, and projects specifically targeted toward our student population in the Los Angeles community.
Herb Wesson (Former Council District 10) – helped to jumpstart the FREE COVID-19 Virtual Accelerated Learning program by granting DUYA with internship stipends to hire more academic tutors to support students (k-12th) online who were impacted by school closures.
Community Build Inc. – granted DUYA funding from a community initiative called, “Project save” to help students who were severely being impacted academically and emotionally in the classroom. This grant will allow students to receive virtual tutoring services and mental health counseling to prevent students from being held behind.
Wescom Federal Credit Union granted DUYA internship stipends to hire more Academic Tutors to serve students K-12.
Special Thanks To
- Steph Rowe
- Mae Jackson
- Aaron Howard
- Mari Harris Roberts
- Johana Gray
- Charlene Harris
- Jackie Howard
- Tracey Sealy
- Dynasty Taylor
- Charlotte Canfield
- Cheryl Simon
- Tasha Hunter
- Boston Properties
- Jeffrey Godsick
- Jason Yeh And Ann Le
- Sheryl & Tri Huyn
- Patricia Block
- Eugene Chang & Family
- Causes Corporation
- Schwab Charitable
- Blackbaud Foundation
- Sony Entertainment
- Jun Sung Foundation
- Lauren Colley
- Jessika Lloyd
- Sachiko Kambe
- Megan Kent