But with last year's grant money ending, the coalition is looking at other means of funding.
The city manager will ask Sunnyside's city council to approve a 70 thousand dollar budget to keep the program running.
The money is needed to keep funding important gang prevention programs
Community members agree the programs make a difference.
"There's like less gang violence, I remember when I was little I came from a really ghetto street, and so I would kind of relate to that, yeah I think there's less violence in the Sunnyside city," said Deanna Gutierrez, from Sunnyside.
Representatives say without the money from the city, their work would continue but in a different fashion and at a smaller level.