Nonprofit & Corporate Citizenship Awards (Pre-Event)

April 21, 2021 | 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm

Free Virtual Event


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Scott D. Bowling, Psy.Dr.
CEO & President
Exceptional Children’s Foundation

Oscar Cruz
Chief Operations Officer
United Way of Greater Los Angeles

Theresa Edy-Kiene
Chief Executive Officer
Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles

Michael Flood
Chief Executive Officer
Los Angeles Regional Food Bank

Erin Rank
President & CEO
Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles

Inside This Supplement

Exceptional Children’s Foundation: Celebrating 75 Years of Service
In 1946, a group of parents in Los Angeles pooled their resources to create a daycare program for their children with developmental disabilities. Over the years, Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF) has… Read More

Getty Initiates New Fund for LA Arts Organizations
More help is on the way for arts organizations in Los Angeles struggling through continued closures and economic challenges. Building on two previous relief efforts, Getty is now… Read More

East Side Riders Bike Club: More than a Bike Club
East Side Riders Bike Club (ESRBC) works with the community to provide safe access for bike rides in Watts and surrounding areas. ESRBC organizes group rides for children and their families, teaches proper use of masks and other COVID-19 safety protocols, bike safety… Read More

A Legacy of Leadership: The Girl Scout Way
Some call it the best-kept secret in leadership recruitment; others call it a business incubator with a century-long track record… Read More

Think Together: Providing Education Access When and Where it is Needed Most
From the global pandemic to economic devastation, worldwide calls for racial equity, and civil unrest, the world was upended in 2020 and the inequities in our society were laid bare… Read More

Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles: Building Homes, Communities and Hope
For over 30 years Habitat for Humanity of Greater Los Angeles (Habitat LA) has been fulfilling dreams in partnership with lowincome individuals and families by building, rehabilitating, and repairing more than 1,000 homes in neighborhoods across greater Los Angeles… Read More

URW: Rethinking Corporate Citizenship by Reinventing “Being Together”
A good corporate citizen makes a positive social impact and meets the highest legal, ethical, and economic standards… Read More

Responding to the New Reality of Food Insecurity
Los Angeles County holds many distinctions: from being the entertainment capital of the world, boasting a world-renowned cultural, fashion and culinary playing field full of worldclass museums, amusement parks… Read More

Los Angeles Team Mentoring: Focused on a Brighter Future
Los Angeles Team Mentoring (LATM) is honored to have been nominated for the Los Angeles Business Journal Nonprofit & Corporate Citizenship Awards in the categories of Nonprofit of the Year, Outstanding Collaboration between a Business and Nonprofit… Read More

Collaboration is Key to Confronting COVID
For International Medical Corps, 2020 started with a response to an earthquake in Puerto Rico on January 7, and ended with a response to an earthquake in Croatia on December 29… Read More

OneLegacy: Rallying the Community to Overcome Challenges
Like all American businesses, OneLegacy faced enormous challenges in the year just concluded as the pandemic caused a rethinking of how we could best serve the greater Los Angeles community… Read More

Partnering for Change: South Los Angeles Nonprofit Leader has Big Plans for the Future
For nearly three decades, Community Build, Inc. has lived its mission to revitalize low income communities in South Los Angeles through human capital development, community economic development… Read More

Bresee Foundation: Developing Pathways to Success
When the pandemic hit in March of 2020, the low-income, highly immigrant area of central Los Angeles would be one of the hardest hit parts of the city. Families already living far below the federal poverty guideline in the neighborhoods of MacArthur Park, Koreatown, Pico-Union, and East Hollywood… Read More

New Legal Landscape for Charity Regulation Cases May be Emerging
Upon filing an amicus curiae brief in the U.S. Supreme Court on two charity regulation cases from California and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, National Council of Nonprofits president & CEO Tim Delaney recently released the following statement… Read More

Report Shows the Importance of American Corporate Philanthropy in Responding to COVID-19
Nearly 72% of 73 global Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 corporations and small to medium enterprises (SMEs) have increased their contributions to charities amid the COVID- 19 pandemic, according to a CAF America survey conducted in partnership with CyberGrants and The Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals… Read More

Corporate Responsibility Leaders Convene to Advance Racial Equity
To accelerate the progress and impact of business efforts to address racial equity, Association of Corporate Citizenship Professionals (ACCP), Chief Executives for Corporate Purpose (CECP), The Council on Foundations, and Points of Light collaborated to host a two-day conference late last year titled, “Racial Equity: Moving Companies from Promise to Action.”… Read More

New Report Finds More than $20 Billion Went to COVID-19 Philanthropy in 2020
Last month, Candid and the Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP) released a new report, Philanthropy and COVID-19: Measuring one year of giving, that examines COVID-19-related philanthropic… Read More

Fewer Couples are Making Charitable Giving Decisions Together
The Women’s Philanthropy Institute recently released Women Give 2021: How Households Make Giving Decisions, which explores charitable giving decision-making in the general population… Read More

Nonprofits Applaud “#Relief4Charities” in American Rescue Plan Act
The American Rescue Plan Act, now signed into law, includes several provisions of importance to the charitable nonprofit sector. The leading coalition of the nation’s nonprofits celebrates many helpful… Read More

Global Giving Study Finds America is the World’s Most Generous Country
The United States has emerged as the world’s most generous country in a new study that looks at global giving trends over 10 years. The Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) World Giving Index 10 th anniversary… Read More

Charitable Giving to U.S. Colleges and Universities Reached $49.50 Billion in 2020
The Voluntary Support of Education (VSE) survey findings released in February by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) show voluntary support of U.S. higher education institutions totaled $49.50 billion in the fiscal year that ended June 30, 2020… Read More

Digital Fundraising and Strategic Financial Planning Among Key Skillsets for Charitable Organizations
Charitable organizations worldwide report that digital fundraising capabilities and strategic financial planning are among the most crucial skills they need to remain resilient… Read More

Research Unveils the “Attractiveness” of Charitable Giving
It has long been known that giving can have positive effects on the person who is giving, such as an increase in happiness, confidence, and even physical health… Read More





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