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USC’s annual employee-giving initiative has set its sights on a goal of $1.7 million for 2013.
The 2012-13 USC Good Neighbors Campaign raised enough funds to provide grants to 50 community organizations.
Ariel Bodden always wanted to be a nurse, but there were hurdles to overcome.
For the 18th year in a row, the USC Good Neighbors Campaign has surpassed its goal, raising more than $1.6 million to help strengthen local communities.
A gloomy day didn’t stop students enrolled in After School Sports Connection from chasing a bright purple soccer ball.
Cellular engineering and implantable prosthetics are not subjects that come up often in the course of regular study at most high schools in California.
The Good Neighbors Campaign officially kicked off this year’s fundraising drive with dual celebrations on USC’s two main campuses.
A fifth-grade homework assignment at 28th Street School dramatically changed Jonathan Ruiz’s life.
“Not having someone to turn to about academic questions was a struggle during my early educational career and meant that I had a lot of work to do on my own,” said Esther Mojica ’12, a first-generation college graduate.
The USC Good Neighbors Campaign surpassed its 2011 goal by raising $1.5 million last year – 100 percent of which will be used on partnership programs in the neighborhoods around the University Park and Health Sciences campuses.
A new Web-based application system will make it easier to apply for the USC Neighborhood Outreach (UNO) grant. The deadline is Feb. 24.
Living Advantage Inc., a 2011 USC Neighborhood Outreach grant recipient, plans to make life easier for youth exiting the foster care system at Foshay Learning Center by implementing its Virtual Assistant Living and Educational program at the school.
The most dedicated supporters of USC’s Good Neighbors Campaign (GNC) enjoyed a night of Greek food, music and entertainment at the home of President C. L. Max Nikias and first lady Niki C. Nikias in San Marino on Oct. 6.
Now in its 18th year, the USC Good Neighbors Campaign kicked off Sept. 28 with a celebration at Alumni Park.
A record-number of USC staff and faculty donated more money than years past to ring up the most successful Good Neighbors Campaign to date.
Seven-year-old Nancy Robles isn’t yet sure what a tutor is, but she knows she has a reading buddy.
Ten thousand dollars can buy a lot of school supplies and storybooks.
As budgets are slashed and layoffs increase, business courses for high school students are not often a priority.
There have been more than a few celebrations for the 10th USC president in the past few months, with more to come. They have featured an appearance by Traveler the horse and the Trojan Marching Band. In addition, Los Angeles officials proclaimed, not just a day but a week in honor of Steven B. and Kathryn Sample.
The 2009 USC Good Neighbors Campaign, launched in October in tough recessionary times, exceeded its goal with a record $1.2 million given by USC faculty and staff.
“I am a product of the impoverished families that struggle every day,” said new lawyer Yuri Guardado as she gave heartfelt thanks to the USC Trojans who help fund the Neighborhood Academic Initiative (NAI).
Stay active and stay healthy – that important message has been delivered to hundreds of children as part of the Fit Families Program from the USC Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy.
Community organizations in the area surrounding the Health Sciences Campus and their university partners were recognized at the USC Neighborhood Outreach (UNO) Grant Awards ceremony on June 9. The event, held in the Edmondson Faculty Center, announced the recipients of […]
USC Neighborhood Outreach awarded $850,000 to nearly 40 neighborhood programs at ceremonies on the University Park and Health Sciences campuses during the week of June 8.
Despite the troubled economy, the Trojan Family has made helping others a priority by reaching a record-breaking goal of $1.1 million for the 2008 USC Good Neighbors Campaign.
The University’s Good Neighbors Campaign will draw to close Oct. 31 with a strong turnout being crucial to reaching this year’s goal of $1.1 million.
Hope and change are being tossed around quite a bit this election season, but at USC those two words have important meanings throughout the year.
Faculty, staff, students ponder the importance of donating to the annual Good Neighbors Campaign.
On the eve of the 2008 USC Good Neighbors Campaign, leaders of the Keck School of Medicine called on staff and faculty to participate more fully in the program and to become more active in the University’s outreach efforts to the community.
Annual effort to improve the community through partnerships looks to raise more than last year.
Nearly 500 USC employees pledge 1 percent or more of their salaries to the 2007 campaign. President Sample calls it a ‘wonderful affirmation of the spirit’ at the university.
Proposals are now being accepted for USC Neighborhood Outreach grants, which are funded by USC faculty and staff contributions to the annual USC Good Neighbors Campaign.
Throughout October, faculty and staff will have an opportunity to make tax-deductible contributions to the USC Good Neighbors Campaign, which benefits local schools, including Bravo Medical Magnet High School and Griffin, Murchison and Sheridan elementary schools.