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A Huge Thank You to our Volunteers

Leaps n Boundz would like to extend a huge thank you to all who have volunteered with us over the years. You have enriched the lives of so many individuals with your selfless donation of time and service. At this time, we regretfully announce that our volunteer program has been suspended indefinitely. We are forever grateful to our volunteers and thank you for being
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Winter Teen Camp Weekends

“Winter Teen Camp Weekends: Big Bear Sledding Extravaganza Join us for a weekend of cabin camping in Big Bear! Activities include sledding, ice skating, visiting the rescue zoo, and bowling. Drop off: Saturday, January 17 12:30-1:00 at Leaps n Boundz Westside gym Pick up: Monday, January 19 2:30-3:00 at Leaps n Boundz Westside gym Cost: $450 including food. Registration closes Wednesday, January 14 Lords
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Wild West Adventure Weekend


The “Cays” of Roatan

June 2015 REACHability Foundation’s next International Community Adventure Trip!


The Great Escape: A Journey Through Solvang


Alienz vs. Zombiez

Don’t miss the premier of “Alienz vs Zombiez!” Our Community Leaps Youth Group has worked very hard over the last several months to produce this short film. It will be screening at the Loyola Marymount University Campus screening room on Sat Aug. 9. Arrival is recommended at 5:00 with the screening beginning at 5:30. Tickets are $20 per person and includes a nearby reception
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CLOSED Labor Day Weekend

Please enjoy the upcoming Holiday Weekend August 29-September 1st.  Leaps n Boundz  will close all programming Friday-Monday in observance.


Summer Camp

Los Angeles Camp Registration Form Van Nuys Camp Registration Form


Roar and Snore Safari Sleepover


Your donation goes a long way!

In the month of April, 2014, The REACHability Foundation is traveling to French Polynesia to deliver much needed supplies to Tama Ora Association, a local school that provides a specialized education for children and teens with special needs. Within French Polynesian culture, individuals with special needs are considered second-class citizens and are not integrated within their community.  It is our mission to educate and empower parents, professionals,
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