The origin of these passion projects began with a vision titled “The Love We Don’t See" Which aims at highlighting and sharing the love that we all contribute to the world.


Under that umbrella the M5 initiative was born and its primary focus is beating the odds and statistics society has against our youth in our inner city communities to succeed.


The goal is to inject love & programs that promote opportunities for positive generational change/growth into communities. Points of emphasis include introducing students to the tech space where they’ll learn to code/program, entrepreneurship, financial literacy, social emotional learning, multicultural psychology.



 Our goal is to teach children the value of how beautiful life is when we embrace and celebrate the many cultures around the world. We will focus on breaking down cultural barriers that divide us and instead teach children more than tolerance and acceptance, but how truly important it is to celebrate other cultures.


Under this initiative, children will take the time to learn about the history of other cultures to better understand the backgrounds of their neighbors, share perspectives on their own culture with peers, and learn about the customs, foods, and social norms of other cultures. 



Student Conections

Children are our future, and they need to be supported in a positive way. We are committed to giving children opportunities for growth by hosting events and after-school programs in order for them to succeed in education, and in their daily lives.

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Advocating for Social Justice

 We believe in making our community in the county of Los Angeles better. The ultimate measure of a person is not where they stand in moments of comfort and convenience, but where they stand at times of challenge and controversy. We will always stand with the people.

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Homeless Outreach

People will always need a helping hand or someone to talk to. By working with the homeless population, we believe in providing basic essentials such as food, toiletries, and clothing, as well as one-on-one social interaction.