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Dr. Faustino Bernadett's Nonprofit Spotlight - Park Century School

Updated: Feb 17

In this nonprofit spotlight Dr. Faustino Bernadett would like to highlight Park Century School in Culver City.


Dr. Faustino Bernadett and his wife Dr. Martha Bernadett founded The Molina Foundation in 2004.


The Molina Foundation is a national nonprofit organization focused on reducing disparities in access to education and health.


Since its inception in 2004, The Molina Foundation has worked with more than 2,500 organizations and schools towards this end, donating over 8 million books and hosting workshops and programs for educators and families.


The Molina Foundation works hand-in-hand with community-based organizations in vulnerable communities. They partner with preschool programs, clinics, schools, family service organizations, churches, and other civic organizations serving low-income and at-risk families.


They have a special focus on working with organizations which are making measurable impact in the lives of children and families.


In honor of that, Dr. Faustino Bernadett and his wife Dr. Martha Bernadett were happy to make a donation last month to Park Century School in Culver City.


About Park Century School

Park Century School empowers bright children with learning differences to reach their academic and personal potential. Students flourish with their individualized, evidence-based curriculum and supportive environment. In collaboration with their families, the school inspires students to develop into resilient self-advocates and builds a foundation for lifelong achievement.


Park Century School Educational Philosophy

Learning differences are lifelong challenges that affect all aspects of a child and family. Just getting to the diagnosis can be a frustrating and disheartening journey. Children have often been made to feel stupid. Parents come to us feeling broken, anxious, and out of options.

Park Century recognizes that these children are exceptionally bright, and they learn in a different way. They are not broken. They don't need to be fixed. They need to be taught differently to reach their full potential.


To find out how you can support Park Century School click here.

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