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Harold Robinson Foundation in the Community

We aim to create a lasting impact on some of our most underprivileged communities by engaging kids at school, at camp, and in their own communities.

Community Food Distributions

Meeting the basic needs of our families has been imperative during the current crisis. Lack of access to fresh, healthy food is one of our students’ and families’ ongoing challenges. HRF partnered with Sunrise Produce and Dole Foods to provide close to 340,000 lbs of restaurant-quality fresh produce, protein, and dairy with the support of community partners such as Watts Empowerment Center and Think Watts, who helped us distribute our food to thousands of families in need. We will continue the food distributions as long as necessary during this pandemic.

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Community Gardening

We bring the inspiration and knowledge of gardening to our community in the garden at Markham Middle School. Participants collaborate on building, preparing, and cultivating garden beds where they can watch their efforts come to life and share the produce with their families. Our community garden project promotes physical activity, exploration of nature, and the joy of developing our own healthy food sources. Most importantly, it teaches our children to be environmental stewards who care for their planet.

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A 501 (C) (3) CHARITY ORGANIZATION
FEDERAL TAX ID # 26-4807035

Mailing Address:

6300 Wilshire Boulevard,
Suite 880
Los Angeles, CA 90048

2020 © The Harold Robinson Foundation
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Our Most Popular Campfire Song

Curious about the funny looking characters all over our site? We're glad you noticed! They happen to be some of the little creatures from Camp Ubuntu's most popular campfire song, "Moose, Alpaca."

Not all campfire songs make much sense, and this one might be the king of nonsense! A 'repeat after me' song, Moose Alpaca, is sung in crazy, frantic unison of moose, alpacas, and unicorns. Throw in some mustaches, ninjas, and pufferfish, and you have yourself one of our all-time favorite camp songs performed at nearly every campfire and every school visit.

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