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Welcome

"It's easier to raise a strong child than it is to repair a broken adult"

"It's easier to raise a strong child than it is to repair a broken adult"

"It's easier to raise a strong child than it is to repair a broken adult""It's easier to raise a strong child than it is to repair a broken adult""It's easier to raise a strong child than it is to repair a broken adult"

Our Society as a whole is greater when children are equipped with hope, self esteem to lead and confidence to achieve. 

About Us

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Our Mission

Lost Angels’ goal is to provide foster, low income, at risk children and youth in the local area, a safe and nurturing environment in which they can receive the necessary and fundamental tools essential for individual success. 

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Our History

Lost Angels .Org has been providing community based services since 2005 with its Community Appreciation Day that provides school supplies and other basic necessities to local children and families. The event has expanded to now encompass workshops that address breaking the stigma associated with sourcing mental health services for children and other fundamental life skill topics such as the importance of team building, fitness, nutrition, financial literacy and education. 


Lost Angels has also launched a free hair care services  event to African American children in foster care with the goal of improving self esteem, while also educating caregivers on maintenance of hair and skin for children of color.

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Our Team

Our amazing team and volunteers are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Think you would be a good fit? Get in touch for more information!

Help Our Cause

Your support and contributions will help fund our mission, meet our goals and expand our possibilities.  Your donations are greatly appreciated.  

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