Parentis Foundation Tutoring Locations

In 2017, Parentis Foundation partnered with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Capistrano Valley to bring Experience Corps Orange County (ECOC) to the clubs’ three locations in San Juan Capistrano, Aliso Viejo, and Rancho Santa Margarita.

(2018-2019) Thanks to the generosity of a private donor and in honor of her late parent’s Eve and Paul Pender, Parentis Foundation opened ECOC – Huntington Beach literacy intervention tutoring within the Boys & Girls Clubs of Huntington Valley’s Huntington Beach Branch located on Delaware St.

(2019-2020) Parentis Foundation expanded tutoring services to the BGCHV – Pacific Life Foundation Branch

(2019 – 2020) Parentis Foundation is proud to bring Experience Corps OC reading tutoring services to the Boys & Girls Club of South Coast Area.

This fall (2019) the Parentis Foundation launched the Ray Alvarado Reading program at the Tustin Boys and Girls Club.

Barbara and Ray Alvarado were very involved in the Tustin Boys and Girls club through the years. In addition to coaching many basketball teams, Ray was a board member (1976-1981 & 1995-1999) and president (1977-1978). He and Barbara have always been champions for youth development and looked for ways to create opportunities for all children to reach their full potential in life. This reading program seemed the perfect way to honor Ray’s legacy.

Opening its doors in September, 2003, Edward B. Cole, Sr. Academy (EBC Academy), a public charter elementary school has established itself as an essential academic element of the community in which it serves. Located at 333 E. Walnut Street in the economically distressed Federal Empowerment Zone of Santa Ana, California.

EBC Academy is a TK-5 charter school designed to meet the educational needs of a community consisting predominately of non-English speaking, low income, and Latino families.  Our Mission, Vision, and Student Learner Outcomes (SLOs) target a community needing both support and opportunities to make necessary changes that will enable them to become 21st century learners.

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