Housing

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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Coalition For Responsible Community Development

Coalition for Responsible Community Development (CRCD) is a youth-centered community development corporation serving South LA’s low-income Vernon-Central neighborhood. CRCD’s mission is to better sustain, coordinate, and improve local planning, development, and community services that address the needs of low-income residents and small businesses in South L.A. CRCD has a focus on youth aged 16-24 – […]

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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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HELP Fund

The HELP Fund was created in 2007 so our staff members can help each other in times of need. Since inception, we have granted tens of thousands of dollars in assistance to our staff members. With your continued support we can truly HELP make a positive impact in the lives of our”Cheesecake Family” experiencing a […]

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Home L.A. Fund: Ending Homelessness in Los Angeles

Every night, nearly 50,000 Angelenos go to sleep homeless. They are families evicted due to job loss, veterans suffering from trauma, former foster youth, mothers and fathers, daughters and sons. The Home L.A. Fund combats homelessness by tripling the annual production of affordable permanent supportive housing units that provide needed services to the homeless in Los Angeles.

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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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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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Los Angeles Housing Partnership, Inc.

Los Angeles Housing Partnership, Inc. (LAHP) was established in 1989 to produce and preserve affordable housing for low-income individuals and families in Los Angeles County. LAHP has an extensive real estate development track record that includes new construction of rental housing, substantial rehabilitation, historic preservation, mixed-use development, community facilities development, commercial/retail development and single-family residences […]

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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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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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