“Back to School Bookshelves” Donated to Schools of the Los Angeles Area

On Thursday and Friday, September 18th and 19th, The Molina Foundation donated “Back to School Bookshelves” to schools and nonprofit organizations serving low-income children and families in the Los Angeles area. The goal of this back-to-school initiative was to provide books to help ensure that students start off the school year with the educational materials necessary to succeed. Eight organizations received a bookcase and 500 new children’s books in English and / or Spanish. Several other applicants received … (more)


The Molina Foundation Gives A Book to Every Child at Two Elementary Schools to Reduce Illiteracy in the Inland Empire

To help celebrate International Literacy Day this Monday, September 8, The Molina Foundation has partnered with the Watson and Associates Literacy Center of Cal State San Bernardino’s College to provide a free, new children’s book to every student at Grand Terrace Elementary School in Grand Terrace and Hoover Elementary School in Indio. International Literacy Day was originally founded by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organizations to underline the significance of literacy for healthy … (more)