Time surely flies fast these days and the opening of school is already here. Apparently, some of the children are still without school supplies and it’s quite discouraging for any child to attend their class every day empty handed. No child should be left behind…

We serve K-12 students in public schools that come from different socio-economic, racial and ethnic backgrounds, locally and internationally. Approximately, 85% of the students are under TITLE 1; identified as educationally at- risk in failing standard performance tests in mathematics, reading, writing. Each year, our YOUNG DREAMERS has a rule that EVERY CHILD counts! Locally and internationally, we work closely along side with principals, teachers, social workers, parents, volunteers and missionaries to identify the areas where we can better serve the students in need.

As of April 2013 to date,we had turned the key and kept our engine running on our annual school supplies drive this year. Proudly, despite the limited resources we received, ROMAH Foundation, Inc. was able to provide assistance to over 600 K-12 underprivileged students here in Los Angeles as well as in the Philippines. Last week, we adopted 3 local schools in San Fernando Valley areas such as Anatola Avenue Elementary School, Parthenia Street Elementary School and Sharp Elementary School.

Irene Sibrian, HR, Panorama City

We are so grateful to our donors for their on-going gifts and contributions; many students were provided with basic educational tools such as backpacks writing pads, pencil cases filled with crayons, glues, scissors, pencil sharpeners, packs of pencils, ink pens, erasers and more.  These maybe few and simple things but quite essential for a life-long child educational development.

Our special thanks and appreciation to Walmart, Bishop Stewart,Victor Sykes of Slim Body Bootcamp, Johnny Reed, Karla Sanchez, Shideh Afshar, Michelle & Richard Williams, Richard & Sumana Chea, Domie Quintana, Anthony Leiva, and many more …

About Romah Manager

Ruth Ann
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