We equip underserved youth and their families with the leadership and advocacy skills needed to strengthen and sustain the community in which they live.
We promote peace, unity and social justice by modeling cooperation and advancing educational and economic opportunity.
Through positive transformation, we work to instill hope in our youth by engaging them in creating solutions to our community’s problem.
The PYFC Film Fellowship Program
PYFC and Good Omens Pictures are offering a three-month summer conservatory program for aspiring filmmakers to delve deeper into the art of film and gain hands-on experience in a dynamic and collaborative environment. The program provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the filmmaking process and helps them grow as artists and storytellers.Apply Here
Real Community Impact
Made youth violence and trauma from homicide matter in West Los Angeles
Pioneered the school to prison pipeline movement in our community
Led efforts to bring Black-Brown unity into focus in Los Angeles
Created and implemented SMMUSD’s first ethnic studies course
In solidarity with labor moved living wage and workers rights forward
Successfully won environmental justice gains in the Pico Neighborhood
Pioneered hip hop as a driving force in youth programming and movement building
Ensured diversity on the Pico Neighborhood Association (PNA)
Provided leadership for the greatest public investment in Pico Neighborhood
A resource for Latino immigrant parents
Youth-led crosswalk campaign succeeded in expanding student safety on 7th & Pico
Transformed the city’s approach to youth development cultural events and programming
Expanding career opportunities for youth in Silicon Beach’s high tech sector
Provided free performance space for aspiring artists and young entrepreneurs