; SeniorNet; Bet Tzedek Legal Services (Los Angeles, California); East Bay Community Law Center; Legal Aid Society of San Diego, Inc.
What does LASSD stand for?
LASSD stands for Legal Aid Society of San Diego (California)
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- Low Altitude Surveillance Radar
- Logistics Automated Support System II
- Large Area Silicon Strip Array (chemistry)
- Lebanese Association for School Safety Awareness (est. 2005; Lebanon)
- Library Assistants, Support Staff and Associates
- Licensed Animal Slaughters & Salvage Association
- Lipid and Atherosclerosis Society of Southern Africa
- Los Alamos Space and Science Committee
- Los Angeles Safe Schools Coalition (Los Angeles, CA)
- London Architectural Salvage and Supply Co.
- Local Authority Social Services Department (UK)
- Longville Ambulance Subordinate Service District (est. 2006; Walker, MN)
- Low-input Agriculture and Soil Sustainability in Eastern Europe
- Local Authority Smartcard Standards E-Organisation (est. 2002; electronic services quality)
- Learning and Study Strategies Inventory
- Libraries and Social Software in Education (University of London Centre for Distance Education; London, England, UK)
- Learning Assistance and Study Skills Lab (Northern Illinois University)
- Local Authority Social Services Letters (UK)
- Leeds Asylum Seekers' Support Network
- Lasallian Supervised Schools Office (Phillippines)
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Other San Diego County charities and organizations that have received past cy pres awards through the efforts of The Mogin Law Firm include the Vista Community Clinic, Rady Children's Hospital, Mothers Against Drunk Driving, License to Freedom, Mama's Kitchen, Meals on Wheels, UCSD Medical School, St Jude Children's Research Hospital, Center for Employment Training, International Rescue Committee, The Council of Community Clinics, Women's Resource Center and Legal Aid Society of San Diego.
The 2004 winners are: -- Kathleen Anderson, '72, who leads an inner city tutoring program in Los Angeles -- Michelle Benedetto, '97, who created a youth outreach project at the Legal Aid Society of San Diego -- Philip Ernstrom, '52, a retired physician and surgeon who volunteers with Habitat for Humanity in Santa Clara County -- Brian Mack, '92, a teacher who volunteers with disabled adults and organized an annual community service day in Seattle As an active participant in the SCU Alumni for Others program, Anderson leads the annual Inner City Tutoring Program in Los Angeles, Calif.