The Los Angeles Business Journal, in partnership with JPMorgan Chase, is recognizing the efforts of the Los Angeles non-profit community by highlighting how these organizations are adapting and innovating during the pandemic to address the changing needs and challenges of the communities they serve and responding to many of the other challenges that have arisen this year.
The big changes one non-profit in LA made to help at-risk students stay connected in the pandemic With hope that Los Angeles schools could reopen soon, concern is growing that at-risk children could suffer from long-term learning difficulties in their return to school. The Bresee Foundation has a plan in motion to keep students in Central Los Angeles engaged as difficult months remain ahead… Read More.
The Games Have Begun: How Sports Can Inspire Children And Create A More Equitable Landscape In LA Los Angeles is now on the clock. With Super Bowl LV ending recently in Tampa, the countdown has begun for Los Angeles to host its own storybook ending when LA hosts next year’s big game… Read More.
Lessons from the pandemic: Early childhood education centers face their toughest test yet How one California organization is pivoting to provide greater financial literacy to entire families When the Mexican American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) was founded in 1963… Read More.
Koreatown’s Diversity Provides a Blueprint on How to Rebuild Los Angeles’ Economy By championing its multiethnic residents, the Koreatown Youth + Community Center has long provided a path on how to rebuild and heal differences, especially now during this difficult period… Read More.
How One Organization is Offering South Los Angeles a Glimmer of Hope South Los Angeles is no stranger to overcoming challenges. But with COVID-19 surging across the county, the pandemic has acutely devastated communities across South Los Angeles… Read More.
What is the silver bullet for a small business during the pandemic? The Los Angeles-based non-profit The Center by Lendistry might have the answer The COVID-19 pandemic has amplified the challenges facing small business owners of color across Los Angeles… Read More.
New Economics for Women Building a legacy of prosperity for Los Angeles LA-based organization lays financial groundwork for women to thrive during pandemic Maggie Cervantes, a frontline worker to women in need across Los Angeles County, has been witness to the turbulent social changes the region has experienced for nearly… Read More.