All Ways Up
Making a difference.
A property management company that makes a difference
ALL WAYS UP is a scholarship foundation, educational provider, and supporter of non-profit organizations. It helps first-generation and low-income youth get to and through college, provides support programs to those students that challenge and encourage self-development, and supports organizations that share their same objectives to break the generational cycle of poverty.
Founded in 2009, Greg and Jodi Perlman started ALL WAYS UP by offering a scholarship to any high school graduate who lived in one of their Section 8 housing developments and enrolled in a two or four-year college or university. Seeing the rewarding impact they expanded by offering summer camp scholarships, giving homeownership down payment grants, and providing an educational summit. Soon they were making an impact well beyond their Section 8 housing developments and benefiting more hardworking, low-income individuals wanting to create a better livelihood.
To date, both ALL WAYS UP and The Change Reaction have made huge differences in multiple communities. ALL WAYS UP has provided over $2.5+ million in scholarships to more than 450+ students, continuously, increasing the number of lives impacted each year. They have funded more than 60+ community partners, which makes it possible to aid more youth around the country. More importantly they have influenced over 1,000+ young adults to have the confidence and self-assurance that they deserve the opportunity to further their education and become future leaders.
The Change Reaction has provided over $4.1 million in donations to more than 3,000+ people in the city of Los Angeles, continuously, changing the path of thousands of Angelenos each year. It has funded more than 101+ organizations that use those donations to restore faith in humanity and to let recipients know that angels really exist.
Avail Property Management is a proud supporter of ALL WAYS UP, The Change Reaction, and the empowerment they are bringing to their communities.