PRLog - Dec. 4, 2010 - In 1985, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department and the Department of Children and Family Services joined together and organized the "999 for Kids" Program.
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YMALAC (Young Muslim American Leaders Advisory Council Board) will be serving food and handing out gifts at the "999 for Kids" Program on Sunday, Dec. 5th in Whittier, CA. This program was developed to help physically and mentally challenged children throughout Los Angeles County who are victims of the most severe cases of child abuse, neglect and family violence.
A Christmas Party sponsored by the Training Bureau and an Ice Cream Social Awards Ceremony sponsored by the Special Victims Bureau are held annually.
Most recently, The YMALAC Board was seen serving food to 583 of Los Angeles' homeless at Skid Row's Midnight Mission located in downtown Los Angeles.
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The Young MALAC, a group of young Muslim leaders, collaborates closely with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department to identify and resolve problematic issues in Los Angeles County.