We empower families and strengthen our communities.

PACE is a community development organization that annually serves approximately 50,000 low-income residents of the Los Angeles area by creating economic solutions to meet the challenges of employment, education, housing, the environment, and business development in the Pacific Asian and other diverse communities.

Free, year-round programs are provided to more 
than 50,000 residents and their families
annually
, in five core service areas:

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Business
Development


Training, technical assistance and access to capital for entrepreneurs and small business owners

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Early Childhood
Education


Head Start & Early Head Start programs for children ages 0-5 and their families

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Energy & Environmental Services


Emergency utility bill payments, energy savings, and home weatherization services

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Housing Assistance


Affordable housing and minor home repairs for eligible elderly or disabled homeowners

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Workforce Development


Integrated and comprehensive services for job seekers and employers

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Workers trained or placed
1
small businesses assisted
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children enrolled in early learning

In the News

NAAAP100 Awards

PACE VP & COO Rachelle Arizmendi to receive NAAAP100 Award

Council Member Rachelle Arizmendi was the first person and woman of color to be elected and now reelected to the City of Sierra Madre City Council in California. Rachelle is also the Vice President of PACE, the Pacific Asian Consortium in Employment.
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PACE Partners with LADWP to offer Free Home Energy Improvements for Eligible Customers

PACE would like to share some Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) programs that are available to assist eligible customers to lower their utility bills, make their home
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