The Liza Maribel Foundation understands the needs of educational programs for the homeless; because of that, we partnered with Community Education Partnership to continually provide the academic support those children need.
Their mission is to increase the learning opportunities and enhance the academic achievement of homeless and highly mobile youth.
The Liza Maribel Foundation supports the good works of Alameda County CASA, that provides one-on-one court advocacy to abused, neglected and abandoned children who are dependents of juvenile court with the help of their volunteers. CASA volunteers help meet the emotional and physical safety needs of thousands of abused and neglected children. And work to increase the likelihood that the children are placed in homes and with families in which they will thrive.
The Liza Maribel Foundation main focus is the well-being of children and that’s why we took it to the next level by creating a strong partnership with New Day For Children. New Day works to restore the stolen childhoods of young American girls, ages 10-18, recovered from the despair of child sex trafficking. They assist in providing loving family environments, safe housing, school, medical and mental health care, horse therapy and more. Working with law enforcement, other faith based community organizations and families, New Day comes alongside parents and guardians to make it possible for these young victims to receive the support they need.