In 2022, grants are being provided to 19 deserving charitable organizations who serve the children in our community.
Our grants will help almost 6,000 children from premature infants to teenagers. These children have been diagnosed with a visual impairment, autism, or disability, they are food insecure or homeless, are struggling with a crisis trauma or domestic violence, have a parent who is diagnosed with cancer, are a foster child, at-risk, underserved or in a treatment facility.
2022 Grant Recipients
Cancer Support Community
Mission: To ensure that all people impacted with cancer are empowered by knowledge, strengthened by action and sustained by community – all completely free of charge – so that no one faces cancer alone.
Mission: To transition homeless and disadvantaged children and families into healthy, contributing members of their communities.
Mission: To provide a lifeline of hope and support to families, children, individuals and communities in need. We are a nonprofit toll-free crisis/support line.
Family Promise of the South Bay
Mission: Help homeless families achieve housing stability by providing short-term shelter, meals, case management and hospitality. We believe no child should have to sleep in a car, a park, or under a bridge, and every family deserves a chance to be whole with a roof over their head.
The Friendship Foundation
Mission: To bring happiness and companionship to children with special needs, in a way that celebrates their uniqueness and individuality through participation age-appropriate social, recreational and educational activities with their peers.
Happy Trails for Kids
Mission: To provide outdoor experiences for underserved youth and their families. In 2009, refocused to exclusively serve children in foster care, ages 7 and older, by creating opportunities for foster care children to have access to outdoor adventures, overnight summer camp and year-round supportive programming.
Partners for Pediatric Vision
Mission: To turn possibilities into achievements for children with visual impairment and their families.
Mission: Dedicated to empowering foster and at-risk youth by providing community as family. We create a strong foundation through programs focused on creative expression and life skills, allowing our kids to discover their unique voice and limitless potential for success.
Providence TrinityCare Hospice Foundation
Mission: As expressions of God’s healing love, witnessed through the ministry of Jesus, we are steadfast in serving all, especially the poor and vulnerable.
Rainbow Services, Ltd.
Mission: To provide shelter and support to anyone impacted by domestic violence, empowering them to move beyond trauma, towards safety and stability.
Richstone Family Center
Mission: Prevent and treat child abuse and trauma; strengthen and educate families; and prevent violence in families, schools and communities.
Ride to Fly
Mission: Dedicated to providing therapeutic horseback riding and the associated learning experiences to children (97%) and adults (3%) with challenges. We believe in the inherent worth and dignity of all people and wish to share the gift of horsemanship with those with special needs.
South Bay Children’s Health Center (SBCHC)
Mission: South Bay Children’s Health Center serves the dental and mental health needs of low-income or at risk children, teens and young adults; empowering them to live healthy productive and happy lives.
Thelma McMillen Recovery Center – Torrance Memorial Medical Center
Mission: Dedicated to helping South Bay clients and their families successfully overcome the pattern of addiction. Our two-fold mission is to provide the most effective care with compassion and respect for the individual needs of every client and to be the resource for all things related to substance abuse – treatment, prevention, training and education.
A Window Between Worlds (AWBW)
Mission: A national nonprofit providing trauma survivors across the country a path to healing through art. Through our transformative healing arts program, survivors are given a “Window of Time” to express and process their feelings and experiences in a way that words don’t.