The L.A. Trust is pleased to receive generous funding from a variety of foundations and other grant makers to work on improving healthcare delivery programs across wellness centers and schools in Los Angeles Unified School District.
The California Community Foundation (CCF) unites the power of philanthropy with innovative strategies to create greater equity, opportunity and prosperity in Los Angeles County. We have served as a public, charitable organization since 1915, empowering donors to pursue their own personal passions and to collaborate with us in transforming Los Angeles.
The California Endowment is a private, statewide health foundation with a mission to build a stronger state by expanding access to affordable, quality health care to underserved communities and improving the overall health of all Californians.
CVS Caremark is the largest pharmacy health care provider in the United States with integrated offerings across the entire spectrum of pharmacy care. Through their unique suite of assets, they are reinventing pharmacy to offer innovative solutions that help people on their path to better health.
The L.A. Trust has been awarded a $124,401 grant from the DentaQuest Foundation to develop and pilot a dental program in two LAUSD Schools in the newly named East Region Local Education Learning Service Center—Nevin Elementary School and San Pedro Elementary School. Funds will also be used to coordinate parent centers and community advisory board activities.
Essential Access Health carries out its mission by coordinating and supporting the delivery of health services in community-based organizations throughout California. The organization directs funding for providers of family health services, performs advanced research in reproductive health care and contraception, conducts education, training and community outreach efforts, and tests, implements and monitors effective programs.
The Harbor Community Benefit Foundation assesses, protects, and improves the health, quality of life, aesthetics, and physical environment of the harbor communities of San Pedro and Wilmington, California, which have been impacted by the Port of Los Angeles.
Since 1978, the Ralph M. Parsons Foundation’s grantmaking has helped Southern California’s nonprofit organizations improve the broad fabric of the entire community.
The L.A. Trust has been the recipient of a deeply appreciated financial support that helps us continue our mission of improving student health and readiness to learn through access, advocacy and programs.
The grant, given to support The L.A. Trust‘s core operations, was bestowed as part of the Foundation’s efforts to support organizations that “promote the education and healthy development of children and youth, strengthen families, and enhance the lives of people in the greater Los Angeles area.”