CAUSECUPID SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

CAUSECUPID SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Ready to step up and use your skills to support a nonprofit? Check out these listings for prospective nonprofit board members in the Southern California area!

A Window Between Worlds

A Window Between Worlds

Aviva

Aviva

Jay Nolan Community Services

Jay Nolan Community Services

Valley Village

Valley Village

826 LA

826 LA

Allies For Every Child

Allies For Every Child

America Scores Los Angeles

America Scores Los Angeles

A Place Called Home

A Place Called Home

About...Productions

About...Productions

Anthesis

Anthesis

Beauty Bus

Beauty Bus

Bresee

Bresee

Burbank Community YMCA

Burbank Community YMCA

Cancer Childcare

Cancer Childcare

Cornerstone

Cornerstone

Family Builders by Adoption

Family Builders by Adoption

John Tracy Center

John Tracy Center

Lady Freethinker

Lady Freethinker

LA Arboretum Foundation Inc.

LA Arboretum Foundation Inc.

La Casa Community Center

La Casa Community Center

Los Angeles Education Partnership

Los Angeles Education Partnership

Mexican American Opportunity Foundation

Mexican American Opportunity Foundation

Neighborhood Music School

Neighborhood Music School

Puente Learning Center

Puente Learning Center

reDiscover

reDiscover

RiteCare Childhood Language Centers of California

RiteCare Childhood Language Centers of California

The Adult Skills Center (TASC)

The Adult Skills Center (TASC)

The Gabriella Foundation

The Gabriella Foundation

Westside Food Bank

Westside Food Bank

Worksite Wellness Los Angeles

Worksite Wellness Los Angeles

  • John Tracy Center
  • Lady Freethinker
  • Mexican American Opportunity Foundation
  • A Window Between Worlds

    Website: https://awbw.org/

    Mission: AWBW collaborates with human service agencies across the country, training and supporting the staff at these partner organizations in facilitating our healing arts curriculum.

    Size of board: 6

    Desired skills, experiences or networks:

    Board meeting schedule: Monthly

    Give/get: $1,001 - $1,500

    Contact person for questions: Stacia Kato Board President This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Aviva

    Website: https://aviva.org/

    Mission: Aviva's main program focus areas include wraparound services, community mental health services, foster family and adoption services.

    Size of board: 16

    Desired skills, experiences or networks:

    Board meeting schedule: Quarterly

    Give/get: $5,000+

    Contact person for questions: Regina Bette, President / CEO, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Jay Nolan Community Services

    Website: https://jaynolan.org/

    Mission: The mission of Jay Nolan Community Services, Inc. (JNCS) is to enable individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other Developmental Disabilities to live fulfilling lives as members of the community by providing support services customized to their individual needs.

    Size of board: 8

    Desired skills, experiences or networks:

    Board meeting schedule: Monthly

    Give/get:

    Contact person for questions: Edward Amey, Executive Director, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Valley Village

    Website: https://www.valleyvillage.org/

    Mission: Our mission is to protect, foster, develop and advance the rights and interests of people with developmental disabilities.

    Size of board: 12

    Desired skills, experiences or networks:

    Board meeting schedule: Quarterly

    Give/get: $1,001 - $1,500

    Contact person for questions: Matthew Swearman, Senior Director of Development and Donor Relations, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • 826 LA

    Website: www.826la.org

    Mission: 826LA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting students ages 6 to 18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write.

    Size of board:

    Desired skills, experiences or networks:

    Board meeting schedule: Quarterly

    Give/get: $2,001 - $5,000

    Contact person for questions: Joel Arquillos, Executive Director, Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Allies For Every Child

    Website: www.alliesforeverychild.org

    Mission: Allies for Every Child believes that every child has the right to a nurturing, supportive childhood. To help achieve this, they provide early education programs, weekly support groups for parents, access to mental health care and so much more to the community

    Size of board: 14

    Desired skills, experiences or networks:

    Board meeting schedule: Quarterly

    Give/get: $5,000+

    Contact person for questions: Kristen Mooney, Grants & Special Events Director, Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • America Scores Los Angeles

    Website: www.americascores.org

    Mission: America Scores Los Angeles inspires urban youth to lead healthy lives, be engaged students, and have the confidence and character to make a difference in the world.

    Size of board: 7

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Outgoing proactive movers and shakers. Passion for helping under-served youth, love of soccer.

    Board meeting schedule: Quarterly

    Give/get: $5,000+

    Contact person for questions: Geoff Wilson, Executive Director, Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • A Place Called Home

    Website: www.spch.org

    Mission: A Place Called Home provides a safe, nurturing environment with proven programs in arts, education and wellness for the young people in South Central Los Angeles to help them improve their economic conditions and develop healthy, fulfilling and purposeful lives.

    Size of board: 21

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Pre-existing passion for the cause Eagerness to participate at every meeting Willing to prepare ahead for meetings Anxious to serve on committees Ability and propensity to give above average financially Strong desire for stewardship to others Supportive, but willing to express their own opinion Strives to learn as much as possible. We are looking for members with backgrounds in a variety of fields and interests, including Law, Finance, Business, HR, Real Estate, Development, and Education. But most importantly we seek individuals that are ready to apply their skills, innovation, and infectious passion to help execute our mission and expand our reach. The ideal board member will be ready to apply their creativity, management, technical, and communication skills towards the growth, expansion, and sustainability of the agency.

    Board meeting schedule: Quarterly

    Give/get: $2,001 - $5,000

    Contact person for questions: Jonathan Zeichner, Executive Director, Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • About...Productions

    Website: www.aboutpd.org

    Mission: About…Productions creates original interdisciplinary theaterworks and educational programs that provoke new perspectives on history, humanity, and culture. The company is dedicated to generating new work through collaboration to create artistic and community dialogue. We believe in the power of theater to enlighten audiences, transform highest-risk youth, and celebrate the lives of seniors.

    Size of board: 4

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: We are open to a variety of personalities that are interested in serving. In particular, members who value the role the arts play in giving voice to underserved communities.

    Board term length: 1 year

    Give/get: N/A

    Contact person for questions: Theresa Chavez, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Anthesis

    Website: www.anthesis.us

    Mission: To support independent and inclusive lives for individuals with [dis]abilities through employment and community integration.

    Size of board: 11-21

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: N/A

    Board term length: 3 years

    Give/get: N/A

    Contact person for questions: Mitch, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Beauty Bus

    Website: www.beautybus.org

    Mission: Beauty Bus has been delivering beauty and grooming services in homes and hospitals to enhance quality of life for seriously ill individuals and their caregivers.

    Size of board: 13

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Engaging, Forward Thinking, Team Player, Perspective. Knowledge of Non Profits, Knowledge of their craft, Fiduciary Responsibility.

    Board meeting schedule: Bi-Monthly

    Give/get: $2,001 - $5,000

    Contact person for questions: Jay Halaby, Chairman Board of Directors, Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Bresee

    Website: www.bresee.org

    Mission: Bresee's mission is to battle poverty by empowering youth and families in Los Angeles with the skills, resources, and relationships necessary to thrive.

    Size of board:

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Integrity, Compassion, Resilience, Community-builder, Life-long learner, and Social Justice oriented. Marketing, technology, event planning and fundraising.

    Board meeting schedule: Quarterly

    Give/get: $5,000+

    Contact person for questions: Seth Eklund, Executive Director, Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Burbank Community YMCA

    Website: www.burbankymca.org

    Mission: Burbank Community YMCA enriches the lives of families and youth through programs and services that provide youth development, healthy living and social responsibility.

    Size of board:

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Innovative, creative and forward thinking. Connected to corporate and/or government decision makers. Comfortable with change and risk. Experience serving on non-profit boards. Able to understand fiscal responsibility role Able and willing to ask people for money for the Y. Fill diversity gaps.

    Board meeting schedule: Monthly

    Give/get: $1,001 - $1,500

    Contact person for questions: Mary Cutone, President & CEO, Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Cancer Childcare

    Website: Coming Soon

    Mission: To offer free childcare to eligible parents who are going through cancer treatment. Cancer is tough and expensive but an extra expense shouldn’t stress you out. Let us help and cover the cost of childcare during treatment.

    Size of board: 3

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: We are a startup nonprofit organization founded by Jessica Dulin, a cancer survivor who understands firsthand the stress and expenses of parenting while in cancer treatment. We have applied for fiscal sponsorship through OneOC. We're looking for people who can commit to volunteer their time during this startup phase. We’re seeking people who are knowledgeable about fundraising, experienced with nonprofit management (especially startups), connected in the community, dependable and eager to help those affected by cancer.

    Board term length: TBD

    Give/get: N/A

    Contact person for questions: Jessica Dulin, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Cornerstone

    Website: www.cornerstonetheater.org

    Mission: For over 30 years, Cornerstone Theater Company has brought together an ensemble of professional artists of the highest caliber with people who would never think of themselves as artists to produce works of excellence based on the stories, concerns and issues of a given community.

    Size of board: 11

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: The Board Governance Committee has agreed upon a clear set of board cultivation goals inclusive of growing the board to 20 members by 2022. The BGC has agreed that an ideal board membership should include representation from diverse industry affiliations such as community activism/organizing, public agencies/government, technology/Silicon Beach, education/knowledge creation, and entertainment. Cornerstone seeks board members who: are excited and curious about Los Angeles and its many diverse communities; bring personal interest and expertise to our organization; see the value in storytelling with and about community; can dedicate personal time, resources and connect us to their network; and willing to enjoy the experience of being on the board and exploring Los Angeles through theater. Finance, legal, real estate, fundraising (in particular a development executive at a large arts organization), human resources, corporate giving and marketing.

    Board meeting schedule: Quarterly

    Give/get: $2,001 - $5,000

    Contact person for questions: Megan Wanlass, Managing Director, Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Family Builders by Adoption

    Website: www.familybuilders.org

    Mission: To create permanency for children and youth in the foster care system

    Size of board: 11

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Commitment to the mission, HR expertise, legal, public relations, fundraising

    Board term length: N/A

    Give/get: N/A

    Contact person for questions: Jill Jacobs, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • John Tracy Center

    Website: www.jtc.org

    Mission: John Tracy Center provides parent-centered services locally and globally to young children with hearing loss, offering families hope, guidance, and encouragement.

    Size of board: 14

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: JTC is looking for Board members to represent a mix of cultural and educational backgrounds and who can offer a variety of perspectives on our organization's plans. Senior Leadership, Strategic Skills, interpersonal skills, diverse background, and International networks a plus.

    Board term length: 3 years

    Give/get: N/A

    Contact person for questions: Cat Mathes, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Lady Freethinker

    Website: www.ladyfreethinker.org

    Mission: Lady Freethinker is a nonprofit media organization dedicated to creating a compassionate world for animals, humans and the planet, with a heavy focus on animal rights. LFT publishes news, petitions and grassroots actions that raise awareness among millions of people and effect meaningful change. In addition to publishing, LFT provides direct aid to rescuers on the ground saving dogs and cats from the cruel meat trade in China and S. Korea.

    Size of board: 4

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Accounting; PR; Development; Marketing; Others considered as well

    Board term length: 6 months

    Give/get: N/A

    Contact person for questions: Nina Jackel, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • LA Arboretum Foundation Inc.

    Website: www.arboretum.org

    Mission: Our mission is to cultivate our natural, horticultural and historic resources for learning, enjoyment and inspiration.

    Size of board: 19

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: We seek board members who bring passion, ability, and community engagement to their board service. Board members must be active in their board service and committed to the Arboretum mission. While an Arts/culture organization, we offer a world-class botanic garden, myriad of education programs for youth and adults, fitness classes, environmental education, STEM education, visual/performing arts, a botanic library, and historic preservation through our 4 landmark buildings and rich history.

    Board term length: 3 years

    Give/get: N/A

    Contact person for questions: Sylvia Rosenberger, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • La Casa Community Center

    Website: www.lacasacommunitycenter.org

    Mission: La Casa La Casa serves children and families by providing educational and social services that promote self-sufficiency and motivation for lifelong learning.

    Size of board: 8

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Treasurer, Communications

    Board term length: 3 years

    Give/get: N/A

    Contact person for questions: Jane Vasquez, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Los Angeles Education Partnership

    Website: www.laep.org

    Mission: Facilitates access to and opportunities for quality educational and wellness practices so that children thrive from diapers to diplomas.

    Size of board: 13

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Willing to learn, Committed to educational equity, Engaged and excited, Networker willing to spread the word. We are looking for new board members to help us leverage the banking and insurance industry. We would also like to have someone with a marketing or PR background. We also would like to help our relatively new board grow in becoming the strategic partners for LAEP and developing as a governing board by introducing people with non-profit board experience.

    Board meeting schedule: Bi-Monthly

    Give/get: $1 – $1,001

    Contact person for questions: Sara Noji, Executive Assistant & Board Liason, Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Mexican American Opportunity Foundation

    Website: www.maof.org

    Mission: The mission of the Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) is to provide for the socio-economic betterment of the greater Latino community of California, while preserving the pride, values and heritage of the Mexican American culture. This is accomplished through programs in early childhood education and family services, job training, and senior lifestyle development throughout the multi-cultural communities served by MAOF.

    Size of board: 20

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: We are seeking individuals who are passionate about supporting the greater Latino community of California and want to use their skills, resources and connections to advance MAOF’s mission. Specific areas of professional expertise that are most desired at this time include: accounting (CPA preferred), fundraising, public relations, education, and early childhood education. We are particularly interested in recruiting more women to serve on our Board.

    Board meeting schedule: Monthly

    Give/get: N/A

    Contact person for questions: Martin Castro, (323) 890-9600

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  • Neighborhood Music School

    Website: www.neighborhoodmusic.org

    Mission: With a current enrollment of almost 350 students per month, Neighborhood Music School provides performance opportunities such as “Showtime,” the school’s monthly informal recitals where students perform for their families and each other at the end of each half hour lesson.

    Size of board: 9

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Kindness, strategic thinking, love of music and cultural, awareness of local cultural offerings, passion for community driven initiatives, advocate for arts education and access to arts education for all, a stake in the creative economy and identity of Boyle Heights(specifically) and Los Angeles(as a whole), interest in Victorian architecture, classical music, Boyle Heights, and teaching artists. We seek Board members who have a deep connection to music, and the strength it builds within the individual and community. Ideal board members are interested in Boyle Heights, Classical music, Victorian architecture, real estate, and arts education. We are also seeking Board members with ties to the entertainment industry, Real Estate, Private Equity, Medical Community, Culinary/Restaurant/Hotel industry, Tech Industry.

    Board meeting schedule: Quarterly

    Give/get: $2,001 - $5,000

    Contact person for questions: Karen Louis, Executive Director, Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Puente Learning Center

    Website: www.puente.org

    Mission: Puente Learning Center puts Christian principles into practice through programs that build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all.

    Size of board:

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Commitment to PUENTE's mission to increase access to education for all. Regular attendance at full Board meetings, committee meetings, activities, and special events. Representing PUENTE favorably in the community. Collegial, ethical, respectful behavior at all times. Work in corporate, nonprofit, or government sector. Experience in philanthropy or fundraising Leadership in organizations, community, or schools. Career in law, financial management, marketing, technology, or education.

    Board meeting schedule: Quarterly

    Give/get: $5,000+

    Contact person for questions: Jerome Greening, Interim CEO, Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • reDiscover

    Website: www.rediscovercenter.org

    Mission: reDiscover's mission is to develop children’s creativity through hands-on making with sustainable materials.

    Size of board: 12

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Professional, responsible, punctual. Friendly, open to new ideas, creative. Real estate, law, engineering, knowledge of social service agencies, experience in organizational governance, ideally in a non-profit.

    Board meeting schedule: Bi-Monthly

    Give/get: $1,001 - $1,500

    Contact person for questions: Pantea Shakib, Board President, Contact: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • RiteCare Childhood Language Centers of California

    Website: www.casr-foundation.org

    Mission: We serve children with speech, language and literacy disorders by providing the opportunity for free, life-changing therapy to improve their communication skills.

    Size of board: 7

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: We are seeking Board Members that are active in the communities we serve and have a passion for providing children with essential skills to overcome speech, language and literacy disorders. Board Members should be comfortable being advocates and/or ambassadors for the organization, providing awareness of our programs and introducing our development department to friends, colleagues, and businesses.

    Board term length: 3 years

    Give/get: N/A

    Contact person for questions: Lynne Elwan, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • The Adult Skills Center (TASC)

    Website: www.tascservices.org/

    Mission: The Adult Skills Center (TASC) serves individuals with diverse intellectual, developmental and mental health needs. TASC individualizes services to meet the unique needs of each client. TASC provides coaching, support, vocational training, and employment to ensure clients achieve their highest level of independence in order to become fully integrated within the community.

    Size of board: 10

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: N/A

    Board term length: 3 years

    Give/get: N/A

    Contact person for questions: Christie Hight, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • The Gabriella Foundation

    Website: www.everbodydance.org

    Mission: The Gabriella Foundation provides nearly 5,000 youth annually with high-quality dance instruction.

    Size of board: 13

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Engaging, driven, passionate. Fundraising, banking, public relations, and business skills; experience promoting and raising funds for a nonprofit Board.

    Board meeting schedule: Quarterly

    Give/get: $5,000+

    Contact person for questions: Julia Miele, Executive Director, Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Westside Food Bank

    Website: www.wsfb.org

    Mission: Westside Food Bank supplies food to the food assistance programs of social service agencies in Santa Monica, Venice, Culver City, West Los Angeles, West Hollywood, Inglewood, and the LAX area.

    Size of board: 22

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: We are seeking board members with a genuine passion for the cause of hunger relief and food assistance. Personality traits sought include amiability, curiosity, good communication skills, emotional intelligence, professionalism, and dynamic energy. We are also looking for people who are visionary and can help guide the organization to a higher level of service. We want to include people from diverse backgrounds and experiences, who bring their passion and expertise to our organization. We want people who are good at networking, understand their responsibility to assist with fundraising, and will provide us with introductions to their personal and professional networks. We also want board members who understand their role in governance and supporting staff vs. managing the day to day operations.

    Board meeting schedule: Bi-Monthly

    Give/get: $1,501 - $2,000

    Contact person for questions: Genevieve Riutort, Chief Development Officer, Contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • Worksite Wellness Los Angeles

    Website: www.worksitewellnessla.org

    Mission: To improve the health status of low income, medically underserved families at workplaces throughout Los Angeles County.

    Size of board: 7

    Desired skills, experiences or networks: Commitment to the cause and organization is number one. Potential donor relationships. Community knowledge and engagement. Professional or technical skills are helpful, but secondary to the characteristics listed first.

    Board term length: 3 years

    Give/get: N/A

    Contact person for questions: Larry Kaplan, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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  • A Window Between Worlds
  • Aviva
  • Jay Nolan Community Services
  • Valley Village
  • 826 LA
  • Allies For Every Child
  • America Scores Los Angeles
  • A Place Called Home
  • About...Productions
  • Anthesis
  • Beauty Bus
  • Bresee
  • Burbank Community YMCA
  • Cancer Childcare
  • Cornerstone
  • Family Builders by Adoption
  • John Tracy Center
  • Lady Freethinker
  • LA Arboretum Foundation Inc.
  • La Casa Community Center
  • Los Angeles Education Partnership
  • Mexican American Opportunity Foundation
  • Neighborhood Music School
  • Puente Learning Center
  • reDiscover
  • RiteCare Childhood Language Centers of California
  • The Adult Skills Center (TASC)
  • The Gabriella Foundation
  • Westside Food Bank
  • Worksite Wellness Los Angeles

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