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Dodgers Salute Jaime Urbina As “True Champion of The Community”

Awardee Views His Efforts As Blessings For Others In Special Need

(East Los Angeles, CA) May 29, 2021 [From The Editor’s Desk]: To All of our thousands of followers, we take this time to bring you a very positive and dynamic story regarding one of our hardest working volunteer community members, Jaime Urbina, the founder and creator of his non-profit community-based organization, The Isaiah and Freddy’s Helping Hands Foundation, which he started in honor of his young son Isaiah, and his very close friend, Freddy, who both passed away. Jaime has made an ongoing humanitarian commitment to truly and faithfully help thousands of our local families, who in their hours and times of greatest need, have benefited from his kind, expressive gestures of Christmas Toy Giveaways, Thanksgiving Food Baskets, Easter Baskets, Food and Clothing distributions to the homeless, and many, many other Special occasions.

 (Photo Gallery Credits): The Isaiah & Freddy’s Helping Hands Foundation. Here is a gallery of pictures that captured many of the special events that Jaime has produced and coordinated through his non-profit, Isaiah & Freddy’s Helping Hands Foundation.

Mr. Urbina is also a proud resident of El Sereno, a proud Wilson HS Mule Alumni, Class of 1988, and currently an employee of the L.A. Unified school District.

As a result of his tireless efforts to our numerous communities, the Los Angeles Dodgers on Sunday, May 30th, have set aside a special moment during the San Francisco Giants game to acknowledge and present him with their “True Champion of the Community Award.” This will take pace during the 4th inning of the game.

At this time, we would like to share with you, Jaime’s video of his reaction and acceptance of this recognition. Just click on the arrow below.


For more information on how you can learn more about Jaime’s community efforts and/or to make a contribution, please visit his Instagram page @urbinabigdawg2.

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