The Mitchenor Foundation delivers monthly services to homeless children residing in the Skid Row community of downtown Los Angeles. According to the American Community Survey (ACS) for 2013 - 2017, it is estimated that 44.7% (5,318) of the people residing Skid Row are living in poverty. Approximately 55.9% of the children ages 5 - 17 years old, residing in Skid Row are impoverished. The Mitchenor Foundation has partnered with The Union Rescue Mission Shelter to serve their children by delivering programming/workshops in the following areas: creative/performing arts, art/artistic expression, social-emotional development and the promotion of healthy lifestyles.
TMF SKID ROW RESIDENCY
This year will be our third year partnering with PCCP and Breakdance Project Uganda. We are excited to bring more TMF Tribe members to provide a larger range of classes for their students. If you are interested in donating or sponsoring our outreach trip, click below!
TMF offers a free one week Arts Camp throughout the U.S. and Internationally. The week is filled with various Performing and Visual Arts Classes and ends with our "Wrap Party" and Performance, showcasing all of the things participants learned throughout the week.
A WEEK WITH TMF
TMF hopes to bring its workshops to cities across the United States. If you know of a city that needs our services, please contact us.