Corporate Citizenship & Giving Guide


Custom Content from the Los Angeles Business Journal

Letter From the Publisher

Anna Magzanyan

This special supplement is all about reminding you how important and beneficial it is to engage with a non-profit or cause that is meaningful to you, your family and/or your place of work. You’ll find few acts more rewarding. We hope to inspire blossoming entrepreneurs and major corporations alike to be aware of the needs of their communities. We’re also here to acknowledge those extraordinary businesses and foundations that have led by example and taken the process of corporate social responsibility to the next level by making good on commitments to nonprofit partners regardless of economic environment and societal trends. We at the Los Angeles Business Journal are proud to present you with our annual Corporate Citizenship & Giving Guide special supplement. We hope it serves to remind you of the needs that exist while providing you with a resource to aid in the quest for partnering with the right organization.
Thanks are due to our section sponsor, Accenture, who makes this volume possible and many thanks to you, our readers who have taken the time to consider the needs of your community. We hope these pages inspire you as individuals, as citizens of this great region and as corporate decision makers – to once again “do the right thing.”

Best regards,
Anna Magzanyan
CEO & Publisher

Corporate Citizenship & Giving Guide Profiles

APLA Health
Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles
American Cancer Society
American Red Cross
Children’s Bureau
Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles ReStores
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
Olive Crest
Providence Foundations, Los Angeles Region
Wolf Connection

Also in this supplement:
Los Angeles’ Unique Opportunities to Give
Making A Difference in Southern California
How Companies Can Create Financial Value from Giving, and Why They’re Not
Wells Fargo Continues to Commit Itself to the City of Los Angeles
Global Organizations Align on Societal Engagement Trends
Far Beyond the Quarterly Call: CECP’s First CEO-Investor Forum
Leadership in Los Angeles