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Corporate Citizenship & Giving Guide 2022 – Children’s Bureau of Southern California

Children’s Bureau of Southern California
1910 Magnolia Avenue, Los Angeles
(855) 685-HOPE (4673)
Established in 1904


Executive Leadership
Ronald E. Brown, Ph.D.
President & CEO
Corina Casco, LCSW, MSW
Chief Program Officer
Monica Lee Copeland, MFA, CFRE
Chief Philanthropy Officer
Kymberly Garrett, MBA, GPHR
Chief People & Diversity Officer
Gayle M. Whittemore, CPA, MBT
Chief Financial Officer

Board of Directors – FY 2022-2023

Officers/Executive Committee

Matt Wilson, Chair
Oaktree Capital Management
Surendra (Suren) Jain, M.D.
Napean Capital Group
Ricci Ramos
Riot Games
Amanda Ruch
Capital Group
James St. Aubin, Treasurer
High Mark Capital Management, Inc.
Marilyn (Mindy) Stein
Tikun Olam Foundation
Marc Washington


O. Jacob Bobek
CBRE Los Angeles
Paul Chen
Ernst & Young LLP
Lisa Gritzner
LG Strategies
Chris Jackson
Steven W. Moore
Brentwood Associates
Janie Schulman
Morrison & Foerster LLP (retired)
Michael Traylor,
Traylor Brothers, Inc.

Mission Statement

Children’s Bureau of Southern California protects vulnerable children through prevention, treatment and advocacy.

Service Area

We provide services to nearly 40,000 children and parents living in Los Angeles and Orange Counties who are facing serious stressors like financial strain, housing insecurity, and mental health struggles – stressors that research shows can make it harder for families to address children’s needs. Through 13 community sites, our programs offer families the resources necessary to ensure stable relationships, physical and emotional health, and economic security.

Your generous donations help us:
• Prevent child maltreatment
• Provide mental health services to children
• Facilitate foster care & adoptions
• Create place-based community initiatives

Fast Facts

Rating GuideStar – Gold Level

What percentage of total revenue goes to cause (after operation expenses)?
85.5% of funding goes directly toward programs.

What was your greatest RECENT community impact?

100% of our clients with mental health needs received the appropriate mental health services, and 93% of clients said they would recommend our services to other families.

Areas of Funding

Our first virtual walkathon fundraiser will be held in April 2023, in honor of National Child Abuse Prevention Month. If you’re interested in registering as an individual or team, or for sponsorship opportunities, please email willcooper@all4kids.org.
Children’s Bureau’s inaugural Festival of the Common Bowl is being planned for Spring 2023. It will be a day of food and festivities, along with opportunities to learn about the services we provide. For sponsorship information, please email paulinajones@all4kids.org.
Volunteer Opportunities
If you would like to be a day-of volunteer or part of one of our event planning committees, please email paulinajones@all4kids.org.

Giving Opportunities

• Donate online at all4kids.org/donate
• For corporate, foundation, and other institutional giving, please email isabelgalbraith@all4kids.org
• For questions about individual giving, please email karenyukawa@all4kids.org.


Children’s Bureau’s five-year strategic plan focuses on three priorities:
• Grow prevention programs, services and place-based community initiatives and partnerships.
• Double private giving to expand the agency’s child maltreatment prevention strategies.
• Advocate for public funding and policies that support prevention.

Children’s Bureau president & CEO Ron Brown shares the agency’s vision for a new family resource center in Palmdale scheduled to open in 2023.

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