Twelve Hollywood PAL kids worked with muralist Man One to envision, create and produce a stunning mural in celebration for their community. Under the leadership of the nonprofit organization Arts Bridging the Gap, the entire experience has been truly inspiring for the participants and the police officers – so inspiring that another mural has been planned for Hollywood! Painting will begin November 18th. For more information about the project, please check out the Arts Bridging the Gap Facebook Page.
Most Recent News
- Hollywood PAL Honors Beatrice Girmala, Mitch O’Farrell and Donelle Dadigan at 2017 PAL Awards Gala November 14, 2017
- Hollywood PAL Unveils Mural at 6501 Fountain Avenue! November 13, 2017
- The First Young Women’s Empowerment Academy August 2, 2017
- The First Young Men’s Enrichment Academy August 2, 2017
- Hollywood PAL to host Stand Up For PAL Comedy Night at Laugh Factory July 15, 2017
“Kimberly graduating from a magnet school and heading to a good college may be the most powerful thing that will be associated with in my career. I did not foster her on my own, we all took turns, but I am really proud and feel a sense of meaning by her success. She told me that she wrote about me taking her to her Freshman Orientation Day in her student introduction statement she had to write for college applications and scholarships. As much as I gave to PAL, I have received back tenfold. In police work your job is to clean up the aftermath of tragedy. With Kimberly, I feel that our involvement helped her divert disaster. I am thankful and blessed to have been a PAL officer.” ~ Former PAL Program Officer