Health & Wellness

Abdi Towfigh Fund To Fight Leukemia

Over the last 12 years we have helped raise awareness and organized many Bone Marrow drives in partnership with City of Hope and the National Marrow Donor Program to improve the chances of finding a match for any child anywhere in the world. The cure for blood cancer lies in the hands of ordinary people. […]

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Angelrock Project Foundation

The Angelrock Project Foundation supports global programs for women and underserved youth from low socio-economic backgrounds in the U.S. and abroad, with a particular focus in South Africa. In particular, the foundation sponsors Journey for Change: Empowering Youth Through Global Service, a volunteer and educational program for youth from Brooklyn, N.Y. that begins with a […]

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Annette Funicello Research Fund For Neurological Diseases

OUR MISSION The Annette Funicello Research Fund for Neurological Diseases is dedicated to funding research into the cause, treatment, and cure of Multiple Sclerosis  and other neurological diseases. OUR HISTORY Annette first noticed her MS symptoms in 1987 when she was making the movie “Back to the Beach”, a friendly spoof of her early sand-and-surf films […]

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Belkin Charitable Donation Fund

The Belkin Charitable Donation Fund supports local organizations providing essential services to youth and families in greater Los Angeles. This includes organizations such as: CFY LA (formerly Computers for Youth) provides low income students, their families and their schools with computers, training in using digital tools to expand learning time, and a powerful online learning […]

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Brenda Berman Family Foundation

Brenda Berman was a mother, philanthropist and selfless friend to many around the world. Whether living in New Zealand, Australia, Silicon Valley or Southern California, her life was dedicated to helping others – no matter their age, creed or culture. Mission Brenda had several interests throughout her dynamic life: Her concern for the environmental protection […]

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Darin “Koncreet” McClintock Memorial Fund

Darin “Koncreet” McClintock – a healthy and loyal son, brother, husband and friend – unexpectedly passed away in August 2011 from Oxycontin use. The Darin McClintock Foundation was created in his honor shortly thereafter to combat the unknown yet lethal side effects of Oxycontin and other narcotic pain medication. Since its inception, the foundation’s two […]

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Dr. Barbara Sugland Foundation

The Dr. Barbara Sugland Foundation (DRBSF) reflects a collective vision for ensuring a better life for young people and women, especially those who are most marginalized. The foundation supports innovative solutions that connect young people, address their families, their communities, youth service organizations, and disparities in women’s health care. The foundation looks forward to the […]

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Dr. Irving Rappaport Memorial Fund

The Dr. Irving Rappaport Memorial Fund intends to support the Dr. Irving Rappaport Endowed Chair in Head & Neck Surgery at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine in order to honor Dr. Rappaport’s commitment to the medical community. Irving Rappaport passed away peacefully at home, at the age of 90, on Saturday, January 10, 2015, […]

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Ernest Lieblich Foundation

Ernest Lieblich was an avid supporter of children and the arts for many decades. His contributions over the years supported diverse organizations dedicated to providing children with the tools of self-expression through music and art. Continue Ernest’s support of organizations providing much-needed services to those in need by contributing to his fund. About Ernest Lieblich […]

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Gibson International Charitable Foundation

About Gibson International Charitable Foundation “The Gibson International Charitable Foundation strives to make the communities we serve into better places to live through active involvement and financial support for local organizations in need.” This is our mission statement and all of the agents at Gibson International have opened their hearts and embraced its message. Throughout […]

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Harrison Bate Memorial Neuroblastoma Research Fund

Harrison Bate was a courageous, charismatic, vibrant and heroic four-year-old boy who battled Stage 4 Neuroblastoma for over two years. In his very short life he touched so many with his beaming smile that could light up any room. His voice and strength will resonate forever with his adorning family and friends who loved him. NEUROBLASTOMA […]

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Helpguide Online Mental Health Education & Support Fund

www.Helpguide.org is dedicated to our daughter, Morgan Segal. We believe her tragic suicide could have been avoided if she had access to professional self-help information on the Internet that gave her hope. We wanted to create an online experience that empowers people to help themselves create better mental, emotional and physical health. We kept polishing and expanding […]

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In Memory of Julia

Julia Cukier Siegler was struck and killed on February 26, 2010, while crossing the corner at Sunset Blvd. and Cliffwood on her way to catch a school bus. A community captured in grief and confusion was ably led by the kindness and commitment of fellow classmates. A Slow Down For Julia bracelet campaign begun by […]

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Jamie Foxx Foundation

Mission The Jamie Foxx Foundation provides for the health, education, and welfare of children throughout the world, including housing, and HIV/AIDS issues in Africa and Haiti. Purpose To facilitate literacy and adoption programs as well as exposure to music, comedy, and the arts for children of all ages. The Jamie Foxx Foundation is administered by […]

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Jason Mraz Foundation

The Jason Mraz Foundation helps sustain organizations aligned with Jason’s pillars of service: HUMAN EQUALITY  Free The Slaves: Liberating slaves around the world, helping them rebuild their lives, and researching real world solutions to eradicate slavery forever. True Colors Fund: Seeks to inspire and engage everyone, particularly the straight community, to become active participants in the […]

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Jennifer Taylor Honick Foundation for Humanity

  The Jennifer Taylor Honick Foundation was established by Gigi Michaels in 2000 through The California Community Foundation (CCF), as a continued celebration of her daughter Jenny’s life and many accomplishments. The mission of the foundation is to enhance the quality of life for disabled and at-risk youth through educational and social experiences, enriching their […]

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Joseph A. Cristina HIV/AIDS Children’s Fund

Mattel and the Mattel Children’s Foundation created the Joseph Cristina Children’s HIV/AIDS Fund to make a difference in the lives of children affected by HIV/AIDS in the United States by helping to meet their diverse needs, educating and advocating on their behalf, and bringing joy and fun into their lives. Exclusively endowed by the Mattel Children’s […]

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Joyce Jane Cammilleri Family Fund

Joyce Jane Cammilleri lived a full and accomplished life as daughter, sister, wife, mother, teacher, entrepreneur, and philanthropist.   Her philanthropy, however, was one of the aspects of her life of which she was most proud. During her lifetime, she took great joy in helping those in need.   After the sale of her company, JOICO Laboratories, […]

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Keith Family Fund

Fund Background Recognizing the exorbitant cost to families of taking care of an adult loved one with a brain injury, The Keith Family Fund was established by Sharon Keith, a mother who experienced first-hand that resources were limited if the injured one was over the age of 18. The Keith Family Fund  plans to subsidize […]

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Kid Fund

ABOUT THE FUND All donations received are directed towards research and treatment of young people suffering from mental illness such as depression, anxiety disorder, stress, issues of self-worth and self-harm psychosis and behaviour problems. Dr. Anthony Kidman strived to help treat and integrate those suffering from mental illness within their families and society; and to […]

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Lacey E. Wyatt, M.D., Legacy Medical Student Scholarship

To combat the negative impact Proposition 209 has had, for nearly two decades, on the recruitment of underrepresented minority medical students, the UCLA/Charles Drew University Chapter of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) at the David Geffen School of Medicine (DGSOM) has partnered with the UCLA Black Alumni Association (UBAA) and engaged the Dean’s office, […]

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MAJOR Fund

The Muslim and Jewish Organized Relief (MAJOR) Fund believes that now, more than ever, bridges need to be built not only between the Muslim and Jewish communities in the United States, but among all communities of faith. Under no circumstances should decisions regarding immigration or any rights and privileges granted to citizens of or visitors […]

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Mama Sarah Obama Foundation (MSOF)

Grandparents raising orphans has become common place in many sub-Saharan communities.  Seeing the extraordinary barriers these orphaned children faced, Mama Sarah Obama decided to roll up her sleeves and do whatever she could for orphans in her community.  She started with feeding programs, then adopted several orphans and eventually established the Mama Sarah Obama Foundation. […]

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Misner Family Foundation

The Misner Family – Ivan, Beth, Ashley, San and Trey – are committed to humanitarian and philanthropic work around the world. The Misner’s support 501c3 charities with a focus on university education, youth leadership, nutritional science research and human rights. As a family, the review deserving organizations and award grants together. Some of the organizations that have received […]

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Our Children Relief Fund

Fleeing a life of violence, thousands of children from Central America are seeking refuge in the United States. Home to the largest concentration of Hondurans, Salvadorans and Guatemalans in the U.S., Los Angeles County is the primary region receiving unaccompanied minors in California. All children deserve to be protected from violence, illness and injury.  Emergency relief […]

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Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center

The Rancho Los Amigos Community Fund supports the Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center, a 207-bed facility specializing in rehabilitation and the acute care needs of individuals with chronic diseases, particularly those with brain and spinal cord injuries Established in 1888, Rancho is a unique resource. It is nationally recognized as a leader in its […]

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Secure Seniors Fund

With a successful, decades-long television career, Jay Sandrich could retire at any time — not that he’s planning on it. But should he decide to, he and his wife Linda are assured a comfortable, secure future. Together they noticed that each month they receive a social security check which they don’t need. And they know […]

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Sherry Jackson Foundation

Sherry Gordy, the daughter of Motown founder, Berry Gordy, created the Sherry Jackson Foundation in 2004 to assist underprivileged youth and young adults. Gordy, the mother of two sons, grew up in Southern California and is a businesswoman in the mortgage and real estate industries. She turned her energies and life experiences toward the exploration […]

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Special Needs Fund

There are about 50,000 children in the foster care system in Los Angeles, most of whom have few, if any, financial resources. These children are eligible for financial assistance for special needs through the Special Needs Fund. This fund was established in 2000 at the California Community Foundation to meet “special needs” — vital components […]

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Tag You’re It! Foundation

Just For Laughs’ Stand Up Comedian of the Year Sebastian Maniscalco and his wife Lana Gomez set up the Tag You’re It! Foundation as a way to directly support the causes close to their heart. The fund, set up with CCF in 2016, supports U.S. veterans, Alzheimer’s disease and children’s education on a local and […]

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WhatKindOfWorldDoYouWant.com

John Ondrasik of the band Five For Fighting launched a charity-driven Web site in 2007, whatkindofworlddoyouwant.com, the first music video community site that raises money for charitable organizations. Visitors to the site can contribute by making and posting a video for the Five For Fighting song, “World,” or by watching videos on the site. The […]

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