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  • Ninos
  • Children

    At DHF, we know that the children of today are the leaders of tomorrow. Ultimately, our work aims to create healthy environments for young people to grow and thrive. Here are some of our favorite pictures of children whose smiles and laughter remind us why we do the work that we do.

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  • Christmas Toy Drive

    Ever year, DHF hosts a Christmas toy drive distributing presents to hundreds of families, children and youth who might not otherwise be able to celebrate Christmas. Vecinos Unidos also participate in their local community parades.

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  • Community Clean Ups

    Vecinos and DHF Youth voluntarily participate in community clean ups, setting an example for their neighbors to take ownership in their community.

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  • Arts & Culture

    DHF has a number of programs and events emphasizing the importance of Arts and Culture including our guitar classes in Tulare County.

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  • Alternative Breaks

    Every year, students from Universities visit DHF, do home stays with farmworker families, and learn about issues facing residents in the San Joaquin Valley. Students also spend time with DHF youth, conducting college workshops and other educational projects.

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  • Lost Hills Festival

    DHF youth in Lost Hills Prepared and frosted 700 cupcakes for a community activity for the Paramount Fall Festival on November 6, 2011. The Fall Festival was a  ribbon cutting and celebration of their newly renovated park and Community center. 

    Three of the moms did all the baking with the help of their children. The cupcakes were baked in the homes and the youth came together to prepare for the celebration. The activity was a success! All the children that came to the festival were able to decorate their own cupcake. We had 30 youth Vecino volunteers on Saturday and 18 volunteers hosting the activity on Sunday.

    Special guests included Gavin Newsom and Lynda Resnick.

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