KTVU News (August 30, 2013) – KTVU News Channel 2 features Capture the Dream, Inc.’s DreamPack Campaign during their “Back 2 School” News Edition. View news clip.
Warriors.com Website (September 5, 2012) – Warriors.com features their partnership with Capture the Dream, inc. and our backpack distribution to Acorn Woodland Elementary in Oakland. Read more.
EastBay Express (August 23, 2012) – EastBay Express features an ad announcement from Capture the Dream, Inc. about our 6th Annual DreamPack Campaign. Read more.
Oakland Local (August 22, 2012) – With the increasing cost of school supplies, Capture the Dream, Inc. provides a resource for low income families to receive backpacks with school supplies for the upcoming school year. Read more.
SF Gate (August 22, 2012) – With the increasing cost of school supplies, Capture the Dream, Inc. provides a resource for low income families to receive backpacks with school supplies for the upcoming school year. Read more.
KBLX Newsletter (August 21, 2012) – Capture the Dream, Inc.’s 6th Annual DreamPack Campaign is featured in the August edition of KBLX’s e-newsletter that was sent out to over 40,000 subscribers! Read more.
NerdWallet Website (July 24, 2012) – NerdWallet announces Capture the Dream, Inc. as one of the Top 4 Foster Care Non-Profits in the San Francisco Bay Area. Read more.
Examiner.com (July 6 ,2011) – Capture the Dream, Inc. celebrates 5 year anniversary. The celebration of the organization is featured and invitations are extended to all community members. Read more.
Examiner.com (August 20, 2010) – Capture the Dream, Inc. joins Costco and CC Sabathia in helping children. What do Costco, CC Sabathia of the New York Yankees, and Capture the Dream, Inc. have in common? Read more.
Kung Fu Magazine, Pages 3, 108 (July/August 2008) – On March 21, 2008, a band of martial artists assembled to teach inner city kids in the heart of San Francisco’s tenderloin district, which is often described as “the worst neighborhood in San Francisco” due to its high rate of homelessness, poverty and crime. Read more.
UC Davis Magazine, Class Notes, Winter 2008 Issue, Volume 25, No. 2 – Janine Lee, CEO of Capture the Dream Inc., won the Maybelline and Peoplemagazine’s Empowerment through Education Award. Lee was featured in the “Heroes Among Us” Nov. 5 issue of People and received a $10,000 donation to her charity. Read more.
AsianWeek, Page 8 (December 12, 2007) – Janine Lee is your typical girl in the San Francisco Bay Area: a 23-year-old recent college grad, budding socialite in the nightlife scene, and sometime actress, martial artist and community activist. She also happens to be CEO of Capture the Dream, a nonprofit aimed to help underserved and at-risk Bay Area residents succeed at school and find fulfilling, sustaining careers. Read more.
UC Davis Magazine, Class Notes, Fall 2007 Issue, Volume 25, No. 1 – Janine Lee is founder and CEO of Capture the Dream Inc. a nonprofit Oakland-based organization dedicated to helping disadvantaged and at-risk individuals succeed at school and find fulfilling, sustaining careers. Founded last year, the organization provides financial aid to low-income families, single-parent homes, foster children and children recovering from traumas, while providing mentoring, education, arts and cultural programs. Read more.
People Magazine (November 6, 2007) – CEO of Capture the Dream, Inc., Janine Lee, featured as one of four winners in the Maybelline Empowerment through Education Award. Read more.
Wild 94.9 FM (August 19th, 2007) – Angel Garcia interviews CEO Janine Lee on weekly Voices radio show on 94.9 FM. Read more.
Energy 92.7 FM (August 15th, 2007) – Fernando and Greg interview CEO Janine Lee, winner of the weekly AT&T Community Spotlight Hero Award. Read more.
The Oakland Tribune, Support Peralta Elementary’s Book Drive (April 16th, 2007) – OUR NORTH OAKLAND public school, Peralta Elementary, was badly damaged by a fire March 26. Because of the extensive damage, the school reopened April 3 at Carter Middle School. The library, built through many years of effort and well-used by the students, contains books that are smoke damaged, and only a minimal amount will be salvaged. Read more.