2018 Corporate Citizenship & Giving Guide


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Letter From the Publisher

Anna Magzanyan

We’re proud to present you with our 2018 Corporate Citizenship & Giving Guide. This special supplement serves as a reminder of those in need, while providing you and your business with a resource to help forge connections to the philanthropic or community organization that best meets your giving goals.
We’re also here to acknowledge some extraordinary businesses that have led by example and taken the process of corporate social responsibility to the next level by making good on commitments to their nonprofit partners.

Thanks are due to our section sponsors who make this volume possible, and many more thanks to you, our readers, who have taken the time to consider the needs of your community.

Best regards,
Anna Magzanyan
CEO & Publisher

Corporate Citizenship & Giving Guide Profiles
Alzheimer’s Los Angeles
American Cancer Society
American Heart Association
American Red Cross
APLA Health
Children’s Bureau
City of Hope
Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
The Advot Project

Also in this supplement:

From the Battlefield to the Business Field – Resilience for Everyday Warriors
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Continuing to Build Upon a Legacy of Giving Back
We understand the importance of giving back to the local communities that we serve. Our commitment dates back to when Wells Fargo was founded in 1852… Read More

Paying it Forward – Turning Passions into Social Good
After losing their retail business in the San Fernando Valley earthquake of 1994, Kevin and Mare Wachs (pronounced Wax) used their federal recovery funds to create Earthly Body, a naturally-derived personal care products company… Read More

Americans Demand Authenticity in Corporate Citizenship, According to New Research
Many Americans think corporate citizenship is very important but also suspect that companies can be more talk than action when it comes to supporting social issues, according to Changing Our World’s latest report, “The Authenticity Opportunity.” Read More