2019 Everychild Grant Winner

Homeboy Industries

Everychild Foundation Awards 2019 $1 Million Grant to Homeboy Industries

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” 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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Baby2Baby

For the first time, Everychild Foundation is also awarding the runner-up agency a $100,000 grant.
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The mission of the Everychild Foundation is to ease suffering of children in the Greater Los Angeles area, whether due to disease, disability, abuse, neglect or 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.

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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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More than 95% of our budget goes to the children. No fund raising galas or fund drives. Each member contributes $6K per year, and working together we select an agency helping children to receive our grant of $1M.


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