Councilman Curren Price recognized Brotherhood Crusade on June 12, 2018 on their 50th anniversary of providing critical human and social services to tens of thousands of Angelenos. For five decades, this nonprofit organization has worked fervently to remove barriers to success and increase opportunities so that everyone has a shot at a better life.
Since its founding, Brother Crusade has assisted communities with a variety of programs—ranging from educational enrichment and academic assistance services, at-risk youth prevention programs, health education, life and social skills training, and domestic violence help, to name a few.
"The resolute leadership and firm dedication from our valued nonprofit partners who work daily to fill important gaps for our children, families and seniors cannot go unnoticed," said Councilman Price. "Thank you Brotherhood Crusade for your vision, passion, service and love of community!"