United Way supports "Tomorrows Leaders"
The United Way of Greater Los Angeles is contributing $40,000 to its Santa Clarita chapter, allocating the funds to establish a program called "Tomorrow's Leaders...."
According to Charlie Gill, chairman of United Way's Santa Clarita Campaign Cabinet, programs like "Tomorrow's Leaders" will help youth develop to their full potential through high-quality academic enrichment, arts and leadership programs, amd technology instruction.
The hope is that graduation rates will increase and incidents of poverty will decrease.
More on this story can be found in today's Signal.