Since 1969 the Los Angeles LGBT Center has cared for, championed, and celebrated LGBT individuals and families in Los Angeles and beyond.
Today the Center’s more than 600 employees provide services for more LGBT people than any other organization in the world, offering programs, services, and global advocacy that span four broad categories: Health, Social Services and Housing, Culture and Education, Leadership and Advocacy.
As the nation’s largest and most experienced provider of LGBT medical and mental health services, the Los Angeles LGBT Center helps LGBT people lead healthier, happier lives by keeping their minds and bodies well. All services are
Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast cares passionately about helping women, men and young people lead healthy lives. They believe that when people are truly cared for, they will make their lives, their families – and even the world – better and healthier.
“Care. No matter what.” is who they are and what they do. It’s their promise as a health care provider, educator, and advocate to truly care, no matter who you are, no matter where you live. It expresses their belief that all people deserve high-quality, affordable health care; their resolve to educate and inform people so they can make
Didi Hirsch Mental Health Services was founded in the 1930’s to provide psychiatric services for unemployed women affected by the Great Depression, The benefit of these services was so demonstrable that the Community Welfare Association of Los Angeles, Community Chest (now United Way) and Cedars of Lebanon Hospital (now Cedars Sinai) supported the expansion of services to both men and women.
By 1970, the agency had received federal designation as a Community Mental Health Center. In 1974 it opened its current headquarters on Sepulveda Boulevard in Culver City. In the same year, the Culver City Family and Child Guidance Clinic
Established in 1984, Desert AIDS Project (D.A.P.) has earned a national reputation as one of the most comprehensive AIDS service providers. It is one of only a handful of HIV agencies operating an on-site medical clinic, dental clinic, sexual wellness clinic, a full range of client support services, and a comprehensive HIV education and prevention program. D.A.P. provides the opportunity for improved community health and well-being through its framework of services, advocacy, and education. D.A.P., a recently certified Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC), has a dedicated 150-person staff, a 16-member Board of Directors and a fiscal 2014-15 annual operating
The ACLU of Southern California is comprised of two organizations: The ACLU of Southern California and the ACLU Foundation of Southern California (collectively “ACLU SoCal”). Most of the lobbying activity done by the ACLU is done by the American Civil Liberties Union. Most of the ACLU’s litigation and communication efforts are done by the ACLU Foundation. The Union has a 60-person Board of Directors. The Foundation has a 55-person Board of Directors.
Total fiscal year 2015-2016 revenue for both organizations was nearly $15,000,000, up from approximately $10,000,000 for the previous fiscal year, with a quadrupling of membership to 100,000. The
Out for Undergrad is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit dedicated to helping high-achieving LGBTQ undergraduates reach their full potential.
Each year O4U recruits and selects a diverse class of LGBTQ undergraduate students from top schools around the country. O4U serves nearly 1000 students per year (and growing). Students are invited to take part in one of four weekend-long conferences, which the organization stages with the support of 130+ of the largest and most elite employers in the world.
O4U’s oldest and largest event, O4U Business, takes place at Goldman Sachs in NYC and serves students exploring careers in finance, management consulting, and professional
Tides is a philanthropic partner and nonprofit accelerator dedicated to building a world of shared prosperity and social justice. Tides works at the nexus of funders, changemakers, and policy to solve society’s toughest problems: equality and human rights; sustainable environment; healthy individuals and communities; and quality education.
Tides impact solutions include philanthropic giving and grant making, impact investing, fiscal sponsorship for social ventures, collaborative workspaces, and policy initiatives. Our extensive tools and know-how give our partners the freedom to hit the ground running and drive change faster than they can on their own.
In 2016, Tides granted over $225 million to
Founded in 1983 by a coalition of compassionate community leaders responding to the AIDS crisis, Bailey House is a community-based organization with a 34-year history of providing housing and essential supportive services to individuals and families living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses. With a demonstrated track record of success in improving the health, housing and independent living outcomes for people struggling with homelessness, substance use, mental illness and the health challenges that accompany chronic illnesses, Bailey House is a leader in its field.
Since its establishment, Bailey House has been on the forefront of creating innovative supportive housing and