SFTV Let's Talk: Pay It Forward

Monday, December 6, 2021 7pm to 8pm

Join SFTV this holiday season to learn more about how you can use your creative skills to give back to the community!

Looking for an impactful way to use your filmmaking and/or screenwriting skills to help others? Or maybe you're looking feel worn out and could use some inspiration yourself? Come be reminded of the power of storytelling and how big of a difference it makes in the world!

Come learn more about Young Storytellers, WriteGirl and A Place Called Home! No matter what your skill level, they have a place for you! And you never know what good may come from giving back... 

RSVP ON LEO: https://leo.lmu.edu/event/7614600


WriteGirl is a Los Angeles-based creative writing and mentoring organization that spotlights the power of a girl and her pen. At WriteGirl, we match girls with women writers who mentor them in creative writing. WriteGirl is a thriving community with 200 volunteer women writers serving more than 500 girls annually. Every year, we produce dozens of workshops, panel discussions and special events to help girls get creative, get through high school and get to college! In fact, since 2001, 100% of our graduating seniors have entered college, many on full or partial scholarships.

A Place Called Home is a transformational youth and community center based in South Central Los Angeles. Founded in 1993 as a safe space for young people facing poverty and systemic adversity, APCH provides a safe, nurturing environment with proven programs in arts, education, and wellness for the young people in South Central Los Angeles to help them improve their economic conditions, and develop healthy, fulfilling and purposeful lives.

Young Storytellers sparks creative self-discovery through storytelling. Our programs highlight young people as the center of their own narratives, emphasize that their stories matter, and celebrate their unique voices as the ones telling them. In elementary school, we use storytelling to help young people explore their creativity and imagination. In middle school, we use storytelling to explore their goals for the future and what challenges might stand in their way. In high school, we use storytelling to explore the impact their voice can have in their community - and, more broadly, the world.

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