The mission of the Everychild Foundation is to ease the suffering of children in the Greater Los Angeles area, whether due to disease, disability, abuse, neglect or poverty.
Due the extraordinary circumstances facing so many Los Angeles-area children and youth during the COVID-19 epidemic, our Everychild Foundation Executive Board unanimously voted to adjust our typical grant procedures this year.
Instead of awarding one agency a single grant for a new or expansion project, our 2020 $1 million award has been equally spread among eight worthy recipients to assist their operations in easing the suffering of children, youth and their families during this crisis. This is the first time we have broken with our normal protocol of awarding a single $1 million gift to one agency with a new dream project.
The Everychild Foundation has awarded this year’s $1 million grant to Homeboy Industries (HBI) to create the first “Homeboy Industries Youth Re-Entry Center: A Home for Everychild” in Los Angeles County. The nationally recognized program focuses on helping high-risk, gang-involved youth aged 14-21, who are on probation and live in poverty.
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The Everychild Foundation makes one grant per year of $1 million. The grant is funded through annual contributions from members.
Members become skilled in advocating for policies/legislation benefiting children and youth and help decision-makers better understand the ramifications their actions have on young people.
Over 90% of our budget goes to the children. No fundraising galas. Each member contributes $6K per year which we pool to create an annual $1 million grant.
Membership in the Everychild Foundation (EIN #31-1693985) is open to all women who are interested in helping Los Angeles area children in need. Click below to learn more.
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