Library

“‘Do what works for your schools’ — A new year kicks off in Los Angeles with a new superintendent looking for change”

August 14, 2018    |    Education, Los Angeles, Philanthropy

By Esmeralda Fabián Romero, L.A. School Report

“California’s biggest environmental challenges? Water. Climate change. Political hot air.”

August 13, 2018    |    Civic Engagement, Smart Growth

Sacramento Bee

“How To Help Victims Of The California Wildfires”

August 11, 2018    |    Housing, Philanthropy

By Alejandra Salazar, Yahoo News

“‘Kids can’t learn’ when they’re hungry. How to help all California students succeed”

August 6, 2018    |    Education, Philanthropy

Sacramento Bee

“Deadly California Wildfires Claim Lives and Real Estate”

August 6, 2018    |    Housing, Philanthropy

By Liz Dominguez, RIS Media

“AMERICAN MASTERS Presents an ‘Artists Flight’ of New Documentaries”

August 6, 2018    |    Arts, Philanthropy

Broadway World

“New Director at Pasadena’s Armory Center Seeks to Impact Community Through Art”

August 6, 2018    |    Arts, Philanthropy

By Brian Day with David Cross, Pasadena Now

“Four Finalists Named for ULI Larson Housing Policy Leadership Awards”

August 3, 2018    |    Housing, Los Angeles

By Trisha Riggs, Urban Land Magazine

“Study: Some Solano, Napa sub-populations may be under-counted in 2020 Census”

August 2, 2018    |    Civic Engagement, Housing, Immigration

By Rachel Raskin-Zrihen, Vallejo Times-Herald

“How to help the victims of the California wildfires”

August 1, 2018    |    Philanthropy

By Michael Rios, PBS News Hour

“Cómo ayudar a las víctimas de los incendios forestales en California”

August 1, 2018    |    Philanthropy

By Michael Rios, PBS News Hour (Spanish)

“Every Person Counts: Why the Census Must Be Rescued”

July 31, 2018    |    Civic Engagement, Immigration, Philanthropy

By Gary D. Bass, Antonia Hernández, Barbara Picower, and Darren Walker, The Chronicle of Philanthropy

“Pieces of Southern California’s Wildfire-Ravaged Landscape Have Become Haunting Sculptures”

July 30, 2018    |    Los Angeles, Philanthropy

By Lisa Beebe, Los Angeles Magazine

“‘Invest and prioritize’: What to do about California schools”

July 30, 2018    |    Early Childhood, Education

By Dan Schnur, Sacramento Bee

“Advocates Raise Concerns of Immigration Questions, Ahead of 2020 Census”

July 29, 2018    |    Civic Engagement, Immigration, Los Angeles

By Steve Angeles, Balitang America

“Keep fighting or fold to Trump? California leaders split on sanctuary state”

July 24, 2018    |    Civic Engagement, Immigration

By Dan Schnur, The Sacramento Bee

“The Passing of Civil Rights Legend John Mack is a Deeply-Felt Loss to the Urban League Movement”

July 20, 2018    |    Civic Engagement, Education, Philanthropy

by Marc H. Morial, L.A. Watts Times

“California vs. Trump over 2020 census”

July 17, 2018    |    Civic Engagement

By Dan Walters, CALmatters

“New Education Fund for LAUSD Aims to Improve Student Performance”

July 5, 2018    |    Education, Los Angeles

KFI AM640

“City, County Leaders Expand Legal Fund to Include Separated Migrant Children”

July 3, 2018    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund

MyNewsLA.Com

“‘Not all machines are evil,’ and other thoughts on California’s changing economy”

July 2, 2018    |    Civic Engagement, Education, Housing

By Amy Chance, The Sacramento Bee

“Philanthropy Responds to Inhumane Family Separation and Detention Policies”

June 29, 2018    |    Immigration, Philanthropy

Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and Refugees (GCIR)

“Children separated from parents arrive in L.A., but frustrated community gets few answers”

June 22, 2018    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Esmeralda Bermudez, Los Angeles Times

“Mira Costa Grads Honored “

June 12, 2018    |    Education, Philanthropy

By Jeanne Fratello, DigMB

“California Influencers: What did we learn from the June primary election, and why?'”

June 11, 2018    |    Civic Engagement

By Amy Chance, The Sacramento Bee

“2018 Election: Who are the Influencers and what can you expect from them?”

June 4, 2018    |    Civic Engagement, Housing

By Lauren Gustus, The Sacramento Bee

“School Safety Meeting This Week”

May 30, 2018    |    Early Childhood, Education, Los Angeles

Los Angeles Downtown News

“New L.A. schools chief Beutner pledges to listen, learn and take action”

May 3, 2018    |    Education, Los Angeles

By Howard Blume, Los Angeles Times

“New Superintendent Austin Beutner pledges ‘commitment to change’”

May 2, 2018    |    Education, Los Angeles

Office of Communications, Los Angeles Unified School District

“John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Essay Contest Winner Highlights Historic Vote for Women’s Suffrage”

May 1, 2018    |    Education, Philanthropy

John F. Kennedy Library Foundation newsroom

“Self Help Graphics & Art secures a permanent home in Boyle Heights”

April 27, 2018    |    Arts, Los Angeles

By Jessica Gelt, Los Angeles Times

“Governor Brown Creates California Complete Count Committee”

April 13, 2018    |    CCF, Civic Engagement, Philanthropy

Office of Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr., State of California

“Campaign underway in California to elect a ‘children’s governor'”

April 13, 2018    |    Early Childhood, Education, Philanthropy

By Louis Freedberg, EdSource

“Making promises that count”

April 12, 2018    |    Education, Los Angeles

American Association of Community Colleges 21st Century Center

“Californians and the 2020 Census”

April 10, 2018    |    Civic Engagement

By Sarah Bohn, Joseph Hayes and Tess Thorman, Public Policy Institute of California

“Panel prepares to address school safety issues”

April 5, 2018    |    Early Childhood, Education, Los Angeles

By Edwin Folven, Beverly Press Online

“College Promise Programs in Los Angeles County Receive Support to Strengthen Student Success”

April 3, 2018    |    Education, Los Angeles

The Campaign for College Opportunity Newsroom

“Will Today’s Young Activists Become Their Generation’s Lifelong Advocates for Change?”

April 2, 2018    |    Civic Engagement, Education

By Wendy Lazarus & Laurie Lipper, Medium

“Plan to revitalize mall is good for South L.A.”

March 29, 2018    |    BLOOM, Housing, Los Angeles

By Karim Webb and John Harriel, Los Angeles Wave

“Lung cancer survivor’s free screening at USC is a life-saver”

March 27, 2018    |    Health, Los Angeles

By Ron Mackovich, USC News

“Ballet Hispánico, Cal State LA bring arts education to Southeast L.A. YMCA”

March 22, 2018    |    Arts, Education

By Jillian Beck, Cal State LA News Service

“Robocalls Improve Diabetes Eye Screening among Low-income Minorities”

March 20, 2018    |    Health

The Endocrine Society

“Beloved Los Angeles Arts Space Buys a Place of Its Own”

March 12, 2018    |    Arts, Immigration, Los Angeles

By Serena Maria Daniels, Next City

“City Attorney Mike Feuer Launches School Safety Panel; Will Hold Hearings Throughout Los Angeles”

March 5, 2018    |    Education, Los Angeles

Los Angeles City Attorney’s newsroom

“What L.A. should look for in its next police chief and school superintendent”

March 5, 2018    |    Education, Los Angeles

By Fred Ali, Antonia Hernández and Robert K. Ross, Los Angeles Times

“El PIB latino en EUA es uno de los más elevados del mundo”

March 4, 2018    |    Immigration, Los Angeles

20 Minutos

“CBAM Receives Award From the California Community Foundation”

March 1, 2018    |    Health

UCLA CBAM Blog

“Surge in Homelessness Demands Solutions”

February 20, 2018    |    Homelessness, Housing

By Karen Kahn, Nonprofit Quarterly

“University Program for First-Year Male Students Earns $100,000 Grant”

February 14, 2018    |    Education, LASIF

Cal Poly Pomona University News Center

“L.A. considers cutting through red tape to get homeless people housed faster”

February 12, 2018    |    Homelessness, Housing, Los Angeles

By Emily Alpert Reyes and Doug Smith, Los Angeles Times 

“Inside Player: Behind a Unique Effort to Transform a Big Urban School District”

February 7, 2018    |    Education, Los Angeles

By Caitlin Reilly, Inside Philanthropy

“Affordable Housing: A Next Frontier for Transit?”

February 6, 2018    |    Housing, Los Angeles

Transit Center

“LA Justice Fund Spent Millions To Help Fight Deportations”

February 2, 2018    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund

SoCal Patch

“Men of Courage: Big Sean, Jerome Bettis, Karim Webb, Dave Bing & More Change the ‘Narrative of Black Men in America’”

February 1, 2018    |    BLOOM, Los Angeles

By  Brittany K. Jackson, Los Angeles Sentinel

Southern California adds more than 2.1 million cars; major cause of decline in transit ridership

January 31, 2018    |    Housing, Smart Growth

Southern California Association of Governments

“Canterbury Consulting Hosts 2018 Investment Forum”

January 24, 2018    |    Los Angeles, Philanthropy

L.A. Biz Journal

“How Philanthropy Helped Transform LA’s Public Health System”

January 12, 2018    |    Health, Los Angeles, Philanthropy

By Mitchell Katz, California Health Care Foundation Blog

“Her tech company helped clothe L.A.’s homeless”

January 3, 2018    |    Homelessness, Housing, Los Angeles, Philanthropy

By Anne Stych, L.A. Biz Journal

“NFF Launches $13 Million Health Outcomes Fund”

December 27, 2017    |    Health

Philanthropy News Digest

“Researchers Find Potential Path To Repair MS-Damaged Nerves”

December 26, 2017    |    Health

Science Magazine

“Teachers give students $60,000: How did they spread the wealth?”

December 25, 2017    |    Education, Los Angeles, Philanthropy

By Julie Tilsner, USC News

“In Uncertain Times, Stay True to Your Mission”

December 22, 2017    |    Early Childhood, Health, Immigration, Philanthropy

By Kim Belshé, The Chronicle of Social Change

“Council on Foundations Announces 2018 Cohort of Career Pathways”

December 19, 2017    |    Philanthropy, Sustainability

Council on Foundations Newsroom

“New Impact Investing Fund Will Support Nonprofits And Better Health Outcomes”

December 14, 2017    |    Health, Homelessness, Philanthropy

Nonprofit Finance Fund News

“Southern California Wildfires Disaster Resources”

December 11, 2017    |    Donors, Los Angeles

United Philanthropy Forum

“Self Help Graphics gets funds to purchase current home”

December 8, 2017    |    Arts, Immigration, Los Angeles

Los Angeles Wave

“8 Organizations Helping Southern California Wildfire Victims That Could Use Your Support”

December 8, 2017    |    Donors, Los Angeles, Philanthropy

By Summer Lin, Bustle  

“What ruled school news in 2017: Immigration changes and unpaid lunch debt drove debate in a year of uncertainty”

December 8, 2017    |    Education, Immigration, Los Angeles, Philanthropy

By Ariana Fine, District Administration Magazine

“How you can help Southern California wildfire victims”

December 7, 2017    |    Donors, Los Angeles, Philanthropy

By Mike Roe with Melissa Leu, KPCC

“How to help victims of the Southern California wildfires”

December 6, 2017    |    Donors, Los Angeles, Philanthropy

By Lucas Clark, The San Luis Obispo Tribune

“Southern California Is Burning. Here’s How You Can Help.”

December 6, 2017    |    Donors, Los Angeles, Philanthropy

By Antonia Blumberg, The Huffington Post

“Are We Living in a Golden Age of Charitable Giving? Hardly”

December 1, 2017    |    Los Angeles, Philanthropy

By David Callahan and Alyssa Ochs, Inside Philanthropy

“LA defense fund to help immigrants facing deportation gets underway”

November 30, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Leslie Berestein Rojas, KPCC

“To Fight Deportations in LA, Private Funders Are Teaming Up With Local Government”

November 29, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By David Baumann, Inside Philanthropy

“L.A. Justice Fund Awards $7.45 Million for Immigrant Legal Services”

November 29, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund

Philanthropy News Digest

“California destina 7.5 millones de dólares para costear la representación legal de indocumentados”

November 28, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Jaime García, Univision Noticias

“MAKING A DIFFERENCE: Social Justice Learning Institute reaches out to youth”

November 24, 2017    |    BLOOM, Education

By Dorany Pineda, Los Angeles Wave

“Preliminary Results of Lung Cancer Screening in a Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Population”

November 22, 2017    |    Health, Housing

American Journal of Roentgenology

“PACIFIC STANDARD TIME FESTIVAL Announced for January 2018”

November 21, 2017    |    Arts, Immigration

Broadway World

“BlackLine CEO And Employees Pledge To Provide New Clothing To 50,000+ Who Are Homeless In Los Angeles This Holiday Season”

November 21, 2017    |    Homelessness, Los Angeles, Philanthropy

CBS 8 San Diego

“Cal State L.A. offers higher education pathway with YMCAs”

November 17, 2017    |    Civic Engagement, Early Childhood, Education, Los Angeles

Los Angeles Wave

“L.A. Business This Week – Making Promises Count”

November 17, 2017    |    Education, Los Angeles

Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce Weekly Newsletter

“Santa Ana asigna fondos para defensa de indocumentados; Los Ángeles comenzará a darlos este mes”

November 14, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Araceli Martínez Ortega, La Opinión

“Anna Sew Hoy Selected as Inaugural Artist in Residence at UC San Diego”

November 13, 2017    |    Arts, Education

By Anthony King, UC San Diego News Center

“Spark of Love Toy Drive 2017 – Donate Today”

November 10, 2017    |    Early Childhood, Philanthropy

ABC7 Eyewitness News

“J. Paul Getty Trust Receives $5 Million Gift for Conservation Efforts”

November 9, 2017    |    Arts, Philanthropy

ArtFix Daily

“Capitol Alert: Rebuild”

November 9, 2017    |    Civic Engagement, Los Angeles, Smart Growth

By Alexei Koseff, The Sacramento Bee

“How a curious kid from Atherton started and grew a global environmental news site”

November 9, 2017    |    Education, Sustainability

By Barbara Wood, The Almanac

“Canterbury Consulting Announces 2018 Investment Forum Speakers”

November 3, 2017    |    Donors, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

Silicon Valley Globe

“From the Philanthropy 400: Who Got the Most Million-Dollar Gifts”

November 1, 2017    |    Philanthropy

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

“Advancing a Plan for Addressing Trauma and Building Resilience within L.A. County Systems”

October 31, 2017    |    Early Childhood, Health, Los Angeles

PR Newswire

“Sawdust Art & Craft Festival Offers Free Classes to Military Spouses”

October 16, 2017    |    Arts, Philanthropy

The Press Enterprise

“Death Toll Up To 21 And Entire California Town Evacuated As Wildfires Continue To Rage”

October 11, 2017    |    Philanthropy

By Max Mundan, The Inquisitr News

“Restaurants in Puerto Rico gradually recover from Maria”

October 10, 2017    |    Philanthropy

By Jonathan Maze, Bret Thorn and Ron Ruggles, Nation’s Restaurant News

“L.A. County now has 58,000 homeless people. So why are there thousands fewer shelter beds than in 2009?”

September 29, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing, Los Angeles

By Doug Smith, Los Angeles Times

“Inglewood Breaks Ground on New Senior Housing”

September 28, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing

By Jennifer Bihm, Los Angeles Sentinel

“L.A. Transit Agency Is Investing in Affordable Housing”

September 27, 2017    |    Housing, Los Angeles, Smart Growth

By Rachel Dovey, Next City

“LGBTQ Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs to be Honored at StartOut Awards in SF”

September 26, 2017    |    Smart Growth

Edge San Francisco

“Amir H. Fallah Presents His First Solo Exhibition, “A Stranger In Your Home”: His Art And Our Thoughts”

September 25, 2017    |    Arts, Immigration

By Shana Nys Dambrot, Flaunt Magazine

“UCLA Law Alumnae Take Center Stage”

September 22, 2017    |    CCF, Education, Los Angeles

UCLA School of Law

“Foundations Pump $20 Million into L.A. Homeless Housing Loan Fund”

September 20, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing, Los Angeles

By Howard Fine, Los Angeles Business Journal

“Mayor Garcetti Announces the Expansion of The City’s Supportive Housing Loan Fund”

September 19, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing, Los Angeles

City of Los Angeles

“Pacific Standard Time: LA/LA Begins With Hundreds of Thematically Linked Exhibitions Destined to Rewrite Art History”

September 14, 2017    |    Arts, Immigration, Los Angeles

West Hollywood Lifestyle

“Join Us For National Day Of Civic Hacking 9/23”

September 14, 2017    |    Civic Engagement, Education, Los Angeles

Department of Neighborhood Empowerment of Los Angeles

“Showtime’s hit comic Sebastian Mansicalco to perform at Mountain Winery”

September 14, 2017    |    Arts, Early Childhood, Health, Philanthropy

By Brandy Miceli, East Bay Times

“School-Based Health Clinics: Critical Access Points For Confronting The Addiction Epidemic”

September 12, 2017    |    Education, Health

By Alexa Eggleston, Health Affairs Blog

“L.A. At Risk of Losing Millions in New Revenue if Housing Development Slows”

September 12, 2017    |    Housing, Los Angeles, Smart Growth

Business Wire

“First 5 LA Addresses Impact of Immigration Fears on Young Children”

September 11, 2017    |    Early Childhood, Immigration, Los Angeles

San Fernando Valley Sun

“Los Ángeles honra a latinos por su aporte a EEUU”

September 6, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Jacqueline García, La Opinión

“Council panel deals setback to proposed homeless housing project in Boyle Heights”

August 16, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing, Los Angeles

By Doug Smith, Los Angeles Times

“Two BWW Operators Give Wing to Disadvantaged Youths”

August 10, 2017    |    Smart Growth, Youth Empowerment

By Nicole Duncan, FSR Magazine

“Long Beach Arts Council To Celebrate Cambodia Town Mural Project”

August 10, 2017    |    Arts

By Emily Thornton, Grunion Gazette 

“College Futures Foundation Grant Funds Implementation of Transition to College Mathematics and Statistics Course”

August 9, 2017    |    Education, Los Angeles, Smart Growth

Los Angeles Unified School District

“Eastside Arts Initiative Grants for Innovative Arts Programming”

August 7, 2017    |    Arts, Immigration, Los Angeles

Latino LA

“Foundation awards low income scholarships”

August 7, 2017    |    Education, Housing

By Charlene Muhammad, The Final Call

“Plus Size Fashion Retailer Torrid Announces Foundation to Support Women”

August 4, 2017    |    Philanthropy

By Api Podder, My Social Good News

“Cada vez son más las iniciativas que ayudan con fondos a la defensa legal de inmigrantes”

August 2, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund

By Pilar Marrero, La Opinion

“In a Fearful Moment, This Growing Fund Channels Muslim American Philanthropy”

July 25, 2017    |    Philanthropy

By Philip Rojc, Inside Philanthropy

“Domestic Violence Center of Santa Clarita Valley, Child & Family Center announce merger”

July 25, 2017    |    Los Angeles, Sustainability

by Christina Cox, Santa Clarita Valley Signal

“Another jolt for L.A. schools as civic group seeks a role in fixing school district”

July 19, 2017    |    Education, Los Angeles, Philanthropy

By Howard Blume, Los Angeles Times

“Sun-Times sold to former alderman and investors”

July 12, 2017    |    Philanthropy

By Robert Channick, Chicago Tribune

“‘Be a Little Crazy.’ A Top Fundraiser on What It Really Takes to Succeed”

July 11, 2017    |    Health, Philanthropy

By Holly Hall, Inside Philanthropy

“YMCA of Orange County takes over Pomona Valley YMCA, leaving Pomona with few services for now”

July 2, 2017    |    Early Childhood, Los Angeles, Sustainability

By Monica Rodriguez, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

“Cambodia Town Blooms With Many Murals”

July 2, 2017    |    Arts

By Jenny Gov, Grunion Gazette

“LA City Council Passes Justice Fund”

June 26, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Steve Angeles, Balitang America

“L.A. Vehicle Donation Charity Ordered to Shut Down After Alleged False Advertising”

June 26, 2017    |    Philanthropy

By Howard Fine, Los Angeles Business Journal

“LA City Council approves $2M for immigrant defense fund”

June 23, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Leslie Berestein Rojas, KPCC

“Statement: Mayor Garcetti on the City of Los Angeles’ $2 Million Share of the L.A. Justice Fund”

June 23, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

City of Los Angeles

“Aumentan estudiantes DACA en la UC, entre la incertidumbre generada por las políticas de Trump”

June 21, 2017    |    Education, Immigration

By Teresa Watanabe, Los Angeles Times En Español

“L.A. County supervisors OK $3 million to aid legal efforts for immigrants facing deportation”

June 20, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Nina Agrawal and Dakota Smith, Los Angeles Times

“‘Immigration-safe’ crimes? Supervisors vote to contribute $1 million to legal aid for potential deportees”

June 20, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Liz Spear, MyNewsLA.Com

“First-Ever Assembly Select Committee On The Nonprofit Sector Launches June 21st”

June 20, 2017    |    Los Angeles, Sustainability

California Association of Nonprofits

“Supervisors approve $3 million in legal aid for undocumented immigrants, Barger opposes”

June 20, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Gina Ender, Santa Clarita Valley Signal

“Demand for UC immigrant student legal services soars as Trump policies sow uncertainty”

June 19, 2017    |    Education, Immigration, Los Angeles

By Teresa Watanabe, Los Angeles Times

“LA County leaders may spend millions to defend immigrants facing deportation”

June 18, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

By Susan Abram, Los Angeles Daily News

“Supervisors commit to spending $259 million on homeless”

June 16, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing, Los Angeles

Los Angeles Wave

“Amid housing crisis, Garcetti’s ‘linkage fee’ proposal remains in limbo”

June 12, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing, Los Angeles

By Dakota Smith, Los Angeles Times

“Moving Forward: Can We Solve L.A.’s Housing Affordability Problem?”

June 12, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing, Los Angeles

By Carolyn Gray Anderson, The UCLA Anderson Blog

“Is Jerry Brown lifting all students, $41 billion later?”

June 7, 2017    |    Education, Los Angeles

by Elise Buik, Antonia Hernández and Bruce Fuller, The Sacramento Bee

“Space invaders: Developers team up to tackle LA’s parking laws”

May 26, 2017    |    Smart Growth

by Justin Sayles, The Real Deal

“The Rising Cost of the North Atwater Bridge Puts Its Future in Question”

May 22, 2017    |    Los Angeles, Philanthropy

by Lauren Herstick, KCET

“Community Foundation of the Valleys emphasizes generosity”

May 12, 2017    |    Los Angeles, Philanthropy

by Gina Ender, Santa Clarita Valley Sender

“5 Questions Grant Makers Should Ask About the First 100 Days of Trump Era”

May 3, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Philanthropy

by Aaron Dorfman, Cathy Cha, Jacqueline Martinez Garcel, and Lateefah Simon, Chronicle of Philanthropy

“WLA College to Host Univision Town Hall – Know Your Rights, Empower Yourself”

April 26, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund

Culver City Crossroads

“Univision Hosts California Immigration Town Hall”

April 26, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund

Univision

“LAUSD to pilot an expanded dual-language preschool program”

April 25, 2017    |    Early Childhood, Education

by Kyle Stokes, KPCC

“Offering lawyers to immigrants facing deportation is a worthwhile way to spend public money”

April 25, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund

by The Times Editorial Board, Los Angeles Times

“Supervisors delay vote on immigration legal fund”

April 17, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund

Los Angeles Wave

“A $10-million fund will help immigrants fight deportations. But should it help those with violent criminal convictions?”

April 17, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund

by Dakota Smith, Los Angeles Times

“Why We Need to Stop Stigmatizing Immigrants in the Fight for Universal Representation”

April 17, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund

By Sujana Gowni, Truthout

“Los Angeles Leads Fight Against Immigration Crackdown”

April 12, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Los Angeles

by Matt Reynolds, Courthouse News Service

“Los Angeles employers struggling to get top-level workers, high housing costs cited”

April 12, 2017    |    Housing, Los Angeles

by Toni McAllister, MyNewsLA.com

“SoCal’s high cost of living seen as barrier to hiring and keeping top business talent”

April 12, 2017    |    Housing, Los Angeles

Central Valley Business Times

“Los Angeles County supes labor over immigration policies: ‘The devil is in the details’”

April 11, 2017    |    Immigration, Los Angeles

by Toni McAllister, MyNewsLA.Com

“An End to Homelessness? Behind the Rising Optimism Among Funders”

April 5, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing

Phillip Rojc, Inside Philanthropy

“Privacy as a Philanthropic Pillar”

April 1, 2017    |    Philanthropy

by Karl Zinsmeister, Philanthropy Magazine

“Oxy Immigration Symposium: ‘The Beginning of a Conversation'”

March 24, 2017    |    Immigration

Occidental College

“Cambodia Town Mural Project Gives Local Artists, and Community, a Chance to Paint Big”

March 23, 2017    |    Arts, Los Angeles

by Emily Thornton, Grunion Gazette

“Long Beach Arts Council Announces Cambodia Town Mural Project Artists”

March 23, 2017    |    Arts, Newsroom Category

by Emily Thornton, Long Beach Gazette

“Filipino Immigrants Urged to Know Their Rights Amid Deportations and Raids”

March 21, 2017    |    Immigration

by Christina M. Oriel, MLNews

“$2 million in scholarships available for incoming minority Cal Poly students”

March 18, 2017    |    Education, Newsroom Category

by Andrew Sheeler, The Tribune

“Absentee vote pushes L.A. County homeless sales tax measure toward a strong finish”

March 17, 2017    |    CCF, Homelessness, Housing, Los Angeles

by Doug Smith, Los Angeles Times

“In a Climate of Fear, California Funders Step Up for Immigrants”

March 16, 2017    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund

By Alyssa Ochs, Inside Philanthropy

“Scholarships aimed to benefit minority students at Cal Poly”

March 16, 2017    |    Education

By Selena Alvarado, KSBY.com

“County election offers students a voice”

March 16, 2017    |    Philanthropy

By Alec Vandenberg, Daily Trojan

“Woodbury Adjunct Professor Jaime Scholnick Named California Community Foundation Award Winner”

February 18, 2017    |    Arts, Fellowship for Visual Artists

All Daily News

“$90 Million Equitable Infrastructure Initiative Launched”

February 17, 2017    |    Housing, Smart Growth

All Daily News

“How Does Incarcerating Young People Affect Their Adult Health Outcomes?”

February 1, 2017    |    BLOOM, Health

Elizabeth S. Barnert, Rebecca Dudovitz, Bergen B. Nelson, Tumaini R. Coker, Christopher Biely, Ning Li, Paul J. Chung, Pediatrics, February 2017, VOLUME 139 / ISSUE 2

“City Looks to Streamline Permanent Supportive Housing Production”

January 25, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing

Urbanize LA

“Developers join the campaign for a quarter-cent sales tax to fund homeless services”

January 20, 2017    |    Homelessness, Housing

The San Diego Union-Tribune

“SMC Buys Out the YWCA on 14th Street in Santa Monica; $5M for One Acre”

January 19, 2017    |    Donors

Santa Monica Observer

“YWCA building sold to SMC”

January 18, 2017    |    Donors

Santa Monica Daily Press

“Santa Monica College Approves $5 Million YWCA Purchase”

January 18, 2017    |    Donors

Canyon News

“Los Angeles to Provide $10 Million Fund for Illegal Immigrants”

December 28, 2016    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Media Mention

Canyon News

“‘L.A. Justice Fund’ Will Offer Legal Help to Potential Deportees”

December 20, 2016    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Media Mention

KCET

“LA leaders launch $10 million legal-aid fund to fight immigrant deportations”

December 20, 2016    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Media Mention

Los Angeles Daily News

“Garcetti Announces $10 Million Legal Defense Fund For Immigrants Facing Deportation In Trump’s America”

December 20, 2016    |    Immigration, L.A. Justice Fund, Media Mention

LAist

“The Head of the California Community Foundation Weighs in on the State of Philanthropy in L.A.”

December 8, 2016    |    Los Angeles, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Los Angeles Magazine

“‘We are Los Angeles’ explores the diverse problems of the SoCal region through art”

November 17, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

89.3 KPCC

“Angels appear in Los Angeles to aid those in need”

November 10, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

Los Angeles Daily News

“DHS Honors Los Angeles Community Leader Antonia Hernández”

October 6, 2016    |    Immigration, Media Mention

US Department of Homeland Security

“Why This National Funder Is Giving a Boost to L.A.’s Fight Against Homelessness”

October 1, 2016    |    Housing, Media Mention

Inside Philanthropy

“Kresge Commits $7 Million to Help End Homelessness in Los Angeles”

September 29, 2016    |    Housing, Media Mention

Philanthropy News Digest

“Start building housing now”

August 29, 2016    |    Housing, Media Mention

This letter to the editor originally appeared in the Los Angeles Times. To the editor: Permanent housing with services is a proven, cost-effective approach to moving people from homelessness to stability, and opposing Proposition H will only let this crisis continue to worsen. (“The wrong way to fix homelessness in L.A.,” Opinion, Aug. 24) The […]

“Campaign Promoting Benefits Of U.S. Citizenship Targets Asian Immigrants, Fastest Growing Immigrant Population”

August 27, 2016    |    Civic Engagement, Immigration, Media Mention

Balita Filipino News

“Study: L.A.’s Wealthy Give $1 Billion Less a Year to Charity Post-Recession”

August 18, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

The Hollywood Reporter

“Charitable Giving in Los Angeles Declines Considerably as Big Dollars Go Elsewhere”

June 8, 2016    |    Centennial, Los Angeles, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Nonprofit Quarterly

“The Generosity Gap: Why charitable giving is down in LA County”

June 8, 2016    |    Centennial, Los Angeles, Media Mention, Philanthropy

89.3 KPCC

“Not Enough Fish in the Sea? Los Angeles County Charitable Giving Down $1 Billion Since 2006”

June 8, 2016    |    Centennial, Los Angeles, Media Mention, Philanthropy, Planned Giving

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“L.A. residents giving significantly less to charity, study finds”

June 8, 2016    |    Centennial, Los Angeles, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Los Angeles Times

“Funders and Government Team Up in L.A.’s Latest Run At Homelessness”

May 12, 2016    |    Housing, Media Mention

Inside Philanthropy Tags: homeless, homelessness, housing, housing & economic opportunity

“Three Foundations Launch $16 Million Los Angeles Housing Plan”

May 12, 2016    |    Housing, Media Mention

Philanthropy News Digest Tags: Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, homeless, homelessness, housing, housing & economic opportunity, Weingart Foundation

“Why trauma-informed care is needed in Los Angeles County”

May 6, 2016    |    Health, Media Mention

Los Angeles Daily News Tags: health, trauma-informed care

“A One-Stop Genius Bar for U.S. Citizenship”

April 21, 2016    |    Civic Engagement, Immigration, Los Angeles, Media Mention

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post  Tags: citizenship, civic engagement

“Photography exhibit honors ‘unsung heroes’ of LA County”

March 21, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

Los Angeles Daily News

“An ‘unsung hero’ by the sea”

March 16, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

Santa Monica Daily Press

“Creators of Helpguide.org honored in photo exhibit of ‘unsung heroes’”

March 16, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

Santa Monica Daily Press

“California Community Foundation Recognizes 5 South L.A. Heroes”

March 16, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

USC Annenberg Media – Intersections South L.A.

“Portraits of Compassion: Celebrating ordinary people doing extraordinary things”

March 16, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

89.3 KPCC

“An angel turned ‘hero'”

March 16, 2016    |    Centennial, Media Mention

Santa Monica Daily Press

“Exercise Your Philanthropic Brain”

November 24, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Community Foundations Help Prop Up Labor Force”

November 23, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

By Antonia Hernández for the Los Angeles Business Journal

“Latinas Pave the Way for Success Through Philanthropy”

November 19, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

Latina Style

“Nonprofit is formed to advance charter-school plan in Los Angeles area”

November 18, 2015    |    Education, Media Mention

Los Angeles Times

“Brain Trust”

November 2, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

Hispanic Executive

“Beyond the Dollar Sign: Redefining Community Philanthropy”

October 23, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

By Antonia Hernández for the Council on Foundations

“The 2015 Philanthropy 100”

October 16, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

C-Suite Quarterly

“California Community Foundation pledges $1 billion to local cities”

October 15, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Our Weekly

“L.A. Poll Reveals Many Black Angelenos Distrust Government”

October 14, 2015    |    Centennial, Civic Engagement, Media Mention

California Black Media

“The California Community Foundation Is Dropping $1 Billion on L.A. County Nonprofits”

October 9, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Los Angeles Magazine

“California Community Foundation giving $1 billion to LA County nonprofits”

October 8, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Los Angeles Daily News

“Finding Our Common Ground in Los Angeles”

October 8, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Calif. Foundation Pledges $1 Billion to L.A.-Area Nonprofits”

October 8, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Chronicle of Philanthropy

“California Community Foundation pledges $1 billion to L.A. County nonprofits”

October 8, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Los Angeles Times

“Foundation pledges $1 billion to LA County nonprofits”

October 8, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Associated Press

“Invertirán $1,000 millones en proyectos sociales en el condado de LA”

October 8, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention, Philanthropy

La Opinión

“Poll finds L.A. County residents want to be more involved in their community but don’t have time”

October 7, 2015    |    Centennial, Media Mention

Los Angeles Times

“The California Community Foundation: Our Partners in Change”

August 19, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

Center for Nonprofit Management

“27 Foundation Executives Call for President Obama to ‘Ban the Box'”

August 14, 2015    |    Media Mention

Nonprofit Quarterly

“The New Normal: Mega Donors and Fewer Recipients”

July 8, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Claremont Community Foundation joins statewide foundation”

July 1, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

Claremont Courier

“Ending the Education Drought in California”

May 28, 2015    |    Education, LASIF, Media Mention

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Together we must take action to end homelessness”

May 28, 2015    |    Housing, Media Mention

By Antonia Hernández for the Los Angeles Daily News

“Program helps troubled, rejected youths make positive connections”

May 2, 2015    |    BLOOM, Media Mention, Youth Empowerment

Los Angeles Times

“Making L.A. a More Equitable Place, Together”

April 27, 2015    |    Housing, Media Mention, Smart Growth

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Funding for Black Male Achievement Increasing, Report Finds”

April 14, 2015    |    BLOOM, Media Mention, Philanthropy, Youth Empowerment

Philanthropy News Digest

“AAPI community organizations make push for immigrants to apply for DACA”

April 10, 2015    |    Civic Engagement, Immigration, Media Mention

Asian Journal

“L.A. Moves to Include Affordable Housing in its Public Transit Planning”

April 8, 2015    |    Housing, Media Mention, Smart Growth

Q&A with Ann Sewill for the Council on Foundations

“American Muslims and Philanthropy”

March 31, 2015    |    Civic Engagement, Immigration, Media Mention, Philanthropy

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Q&A with Nike Irvin”

March 31, 2015    |    CCF, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Philanthropy Hour

“Power Play in LA”

March 29, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

Chronicle of Philanthropy

“El Monte is a Shining Light for Education”

March 12, 2015    |    Community Building Initiative, Media Mention

KCET Online

“SMIRF’s Up in LA”

February 24, 2015    |    Media Mention, Philanthropy

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“City of LA Turning to Philanthropy to Help Undocumented Immigrants Stay”

February 15, 2015    |    Immigration, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Inside Philanthropy

“L.A. officials pledge to help raise funds for immigration relief efforts”

January 30, 2015    |    Immigration, Media Mention

Los Angeles Times

“What’s Your Nonprofit Startup IQ?”

January 22, 2015    |    Media Mention, Sustainability

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“An Ex-Gang Member On Curtailing South LA’s Recidivism Rate”

December 18, 2014    |    BLOOM, Media Mention, Youth Empowerment

Neon Tommy

“President’s Changes on Immigration Mobilize Nonprofits, Foundations”

December 16, 2014    |    Immigration, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Chronicle of Philanthropy

“Macro Impact Coming from Microloans in LA”

December 4, 2014    |    Grameen America, Housing, Media Mention

By John E. Kobara for The Huffington Post

“Grameen Microloan Program Makes Major Push Into Los Angeles”

December 1, 2014    |    Grameen America, Housing, Media Mention

Chronicle of Philanthropy

“Microcredit Expands for LA Entrepreneurs”

November 27, 2014    |    Grameen America, Housing, Media Mention

89.3 KPCC

“Muhammad Yunus, father of microfinance, talks about L.A. loan program”

November 24, 2014    |    Grameen America, Housing, Media Mention

Los Angeles Times

“Prop. 47 will keep youths on right path”

November 13, 2014    |    Media Mention

Sacramento Bee

“More Housing, Less Sprawl: Tackling Los Angeles’ Affordable Housing Crisis through Smart Growth”

October 31, 2014    |    Media Mention, Smart Growth

Streetsblog LA

“Southern California Philanthropies Respond to Migrant Children Crisis”

August 27, 2014    |    Immigration, Media Mention

The Chronicle of Social Change

“How Philanthropy Can Help Unaccompanied Child Refugees Now”

August 19, 2014    |    Immigration, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Philanthropy News Digest

“L.A. groups form emergency relief fund to help immigrant children”

August 7, 2014    |    Immigration, Media Mention, Philanthropy

Los Angeles Times

“El Monte Students Promised Money for College”

March 14, 2014    |    Community Building Initiative, Media Mention

San Gabriel Valley Tribune

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