Mission

The Mission:

Healing families through art and film.

 

 

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History

2005 - TELASOFA was founded as a program of Bienvenidos Children's Services.

2008 - Youth from the Greater East Los Angeles Area participated in Needle Juice, a film about drug use.     

2008 - TELASOFA founded the East LA Film Festival connecting Hollywood filmmakers to mentor youth in                    East LA. Through out the years the festival partnered with Supervisor Gloria Molina, Supervisor Hilda                Solis, Councilman Jose Huizar and Congressman Jimmy Gomez. 

2009 - With funding from SAMHSA TELASOFA enhanced Project SAFE LA, an HIV and substance abuse                        prevention program by facilitating acting, art and filmmaking classes to engage youth in East LA. 

2010 - Partnered with continuation high schools in the East LA area and continues to provide services in                        prevention. 

2015 - TELASOFA became a 501 c 3 nonprofit and continues to partner with Bienvenidos Children's Services. 

2017 - The 9th Annual East LA Film Festival received the largest attendance focusing on environmental                       strategies for youth and families.

2018 -  Los Angeles County Museum (LACMA) and TELASOFA along with La Causa YouthBuild and                                Bienvenidos Children's Services became Uprising Outcast: An Eastside Perspective photo exhibit. 

 
 
 

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