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We transform lives.

Our Two-Generation Learning model is now recognized as a powerful way to promote significant, lasting change within impoverished families and communities. By educating the youngest children and their parents during the crucial first five years of life, Mothers’ Club teaches disadvantaged families lifelong coping skills that result in measureable achievement and healthy parent-child bonds.

2011 Evaluation Report.

In May 2011, the Institute at Indian Hill (“ILL”), Claremont University’s Graduate School of Education, completed its in-depth analysis of over seven years worth of child and parent program data from our Family Literacy Program, reporting:

“The evaluation activities yielded strong and clear findings about Mothers’ Club’s two-pronged approach of educating both mother and child. Namely, a robust picture emerged of a program that fosters academic, linguistic, and social learning in a supportive and nurturing environment, resulting in stronger parent-child dynamics that facilitate the success of both parent and child and address the needs of the family and the individuals within it."

Download the Full Report or Executive Summary to learn more about the significant gains parents and children make in our program.

In 2009, the California Community Foundation and Eisner Foundation presented Mothers' Club with a top award in education for its innovation, resilience and impact in improving the quality of life for low income Los Angeles residents.





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