“We’re here because we strongly believe that the people in the community hold the best hope to change the community. So we’re here marching for peace, for all of the violence to cease regardless of where it comes from. We want our city to be the amazing city that we know it can be,” Pastor Trena Turner, executive director of Faith in the Valley, said during the walk.
Stakeholder engagement is a key piece of the LCAP process because it brings together parents, students, educators, administrators, and community members with the common goal of supporting student success.
Our organization, in partnership with Public Health Advocates, is pleased to receive a substantial Sierra Health Foundation Cluster grant to engage parents, community leaders and partners across five counties in the Valley to make change in three areas affecting children’s health.