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Our Charity Partners

All C4C chapters concentrate their time and effort on charitable organizations. Common to all schools is their work with Special Olympics, which was made the primary beneficiary of C4C when the organization was created. To help each chapter focus their efforts further, the additional charities are chosen by each school from the many worthwhile organizations found in their surrounding communities. Here is a little more information on the charities that USC Marshall C4C serves:

Special Olympics

Special Olympics is the world’s largest athletic organization with more than 2.2 million participants in over 150 countries. It caters to both child and adult athletes with mental disabilities and offers year-round training and competitions throughout the world. Our work centers on the Southern California branch of Special Olympics, which has over 11,000 athletes ranging from eight years old to eighty years young. USC Marshall has grown to be one of SOSC biggest donors, sponsoring whole events at their regional games.

Junior Achievement

The Los Angeles Unified School District plays a major role running many of the schools in the Los Angeles area. C4C Marshall works with Junior Achievement of Southern California, a volunteer-driven organization that focuses on teaching business and economic concepts to young students from Kindergarten through High School.

Team Prime Time

Team Prime Time was founded in 2001 in response to the lack of after-school opportunities for at-risk youth from low-income areas of Los Angeles.  Specifically, it addresses two of the community’s most glaring problems – the drop out crisis and juvenile crime – by focusing on the most at-risk youth, middle school students, during the most dangerous hours of the day, those immediately after school.