LODI ADOPT-A-CHILD, INC.
a California Nonprofit Organization
Lodi Adopt A Child’s mission is to assist underprivileged youth in the community with the resources and support needed to enjoy everyday life and to provide and promote opportunities from which each child may benefit.
Newsletter - March 2023
Assisting underprivileged youth in the community with the resources and support needed to enjoy everyday life and to provide and promote opportunities from which each child may benefit.
2022 is a Wrap
We provided gifts for 811 children in December, wrapping up our 2022 Christmas Wish Program. Thanks to all who contributed - gifts, money, time and effort. We could not have done this without you.
Lodi Adopt-A-Child - 2023 Programs
More than just Christmas Gifts
Lodi Adopt-A-Child strives to fulfill its mission to support children in the community, throughout the year providing them opportunities that might not otherwise be available to those from low income families.
Play Lodi and BOBS
Lodi Adopt-A-Child (LAAC) offers scholarships to students who want to participate in sports and other activities offered by the Lodi Parks and Recreation Department and the Boosters of Boys and Girls Sports (BOBS). In the past year, LAAC has sponsored students wanting to play football, soccer, cheerleading, ballet and other activities who might otherwise not have been able to participate.
For more information and to find out if you qualify, contact the Community Partnership For Families of San Joaquin County (CPFSJ) at 209-269-8262
Sayla Music Academy
New this year, LAAC is sponsoring scholarships for music lessons through Sayla Music Academy. These scholarships include music lessons and instrument rental. Students must:
Live in Lodi
Be 13 years old or less
From families below the low income level
Contact Sayla Music Academy at 209-981-4303 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Claude Brown Memorial Scholarship
LAAC offers annual scholarships for Tokay and Lodi High School seniors who plan to study for a career in agriculture or engineering. Up to 4 scholarships of $500 are available each year for students entering college or a trade school majoring in either agriculture or engineering.
Information and Applications are available here: <click here>
There are no minimum/maximum family income restrictions
Applications due by May 1, 2023