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Sat, May 04


Crescent Bay Park

PSV: High School Tide Turn Up!

Join the PSV High School Advisory Council & Teen Committee for a Tide Turn Up next to Santa Monica Beach! For 9th - 12th grade private school students. Advanced Tix Sales Only/Limited Capacity. This event will sell out. Specific location revealed closer to the event.

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PSV: High School Tide Turn Up!
PSV: High School Tide Turn Up!

Time & Location

May 04, 2024, 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM PDT

Crescent Bay Park, 2000 Ocean Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90405, USA

About The Event

Calling all 9th - 12th graders! Join PSV for another fun hang to celebrate the end of the school year at a Tide Turn Up! And, while you're at it, help us collect donated items for Hope in a Suitcase, a nonprofit working to provide children and teens in foster care with a suitcase/duffel bag with basic essentials and comfort items to make their transition and circumstances just a little easier.  Bring basic self-care items to donate -- we especially want to focus on collecting full-size haircare and skincare products made for us!

Key Event Notes:

  • Students are not allowed to bring water bottles or any food/drink from outside (bags will be checked at the gate).
  • Students are not allowed to leave and return (no ins and outs).
  • Bring donated full-size haircare and skincare products made for us to donate to Hope in a Suitcase.

Additional details will be emailed closer to the event to the parent email listed on the RSVP. 

Questions: Email psvadmin@privateschoolvillage

About Hope in a Suitcase: Over 30,000 youths are in foster care in Los Angeles County alone. Many children do not have a suitcase or a duffel bag when they enter foster care, especially in emergency situations. They often have to bring whatever belongings they can fit into a plastic trash bag. And, unfortunately, the foster families welcoming the children have generally had very little time to prepare for their arrival.  

Despite efforts to provide a stable family environment for each child, many children in foster care have to move several times before being reunified with their birth-families or before finding a forever family through legal guardianship or adoption. 

Our hope is to provide a personalized suitcase, with essentials, to the children of Los Angeles as they enter foster care and as they join a loving foster family. The intent of our gesture is to not only reassure children that we value them as individuals, but also that their personal belongings deserve the same respect and care as they do, no matter where they go. 

Recognizing the unique needs of older youth to choose their own items, Hope in a Suitcase hosts regular Shopping Days where referred foster tweens and teens can shop – entirely free of charge – for new clothing, luggage, and books. Our Shopping Days allow foster youth, who often feel like they are at the mercy of other people's decisions, the opportunity to choose the items that make them feel great and which fit their personal body types, tastes and needs.  

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