Having a Mentor is Paramount

The prestigious studio Paramount Pictures closed down the Studio and opened its gates to the families of Hollywood Pal. The studio hosted a magical celebration under their enormous tree. After photos with Santa and a Trophy Ceremony, families went into the main theatre to watch Dr Seuss and The Grinch. It was a beautiful event and a joyful celebration of community.


The Hollywood Police Activities League (Hollywood PAL), a community-based crime prevention program, provides young people with positive alternatives to gangs and drugs. Through interaction with police officers in recreational, educational, athletic and fine arts activities, young people are given the opportunity to form healthy, positive attitudes toward the police, society and the laws they represent.





Hanna Griffiths for Hollywood Pal and Paramount Pictures said;

Having a mentor is really important. Kids need someone to look up to, someone to ask advice from. To mentor is to give hope and guidance. Having someone you admire say - you can do it! can be the difference in a young child’s life.

Hollywood PAL serves more than 600 at-risk youth, ages 6-17, annually from Hollywood and surrounding areas of Los Angeles, offering programs throughout the year.


Paramount Pictures has a long and proud tradition of giving back. By offering employee engagement opportunities coupled with financial and in-kind contributions, Paramount supports numerous local, national, and global non-profit organizations.


To find out more info visit Paramount Pictures here and see how you can support Hollywood Pal here


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