CHERP Inc. (Community Home Energy Retrofit Project), 501(c)(3), is dedicated to fighting global warming in the building sector, and “Locally Grown Power” is our capstone project. Locally Grown Power will be the first non-profit solar panel assembly factory in the United States. We are combining cutting edge technology with enlightened economics to comprehensively address greenhouse gasses, jobs, local economic stimulus, and environmental justice.
Since 2001, CoachArt has matched volunteer coaches with students for one-on-one or group lessons in arts and athletics. Their vision is that one day every family impacted by chronic illness will be connected to a community of support and an opportunity to learn and grow together.
human-I-T connects low-income individuals and nonprofits to technology, internet, and digital training. By reusing instead of recycling electronics, our team transforms e-waste into opportunities to promote digital inclusion and digital access.
Our Children LA (OCLA) is a Los Angeles nonprofit organization formed to use mobile-centric communications and web-based resources to raise regional awareness and offer support for improving the life conditions for local children and youth under 25 with a unique emphasis on those who are underserved and at-risk.
RJFund advocates for, designs, and deploys innovative interventions at every step of the criminal justice system. They provide full-service legal representation to lifers coming home after decades of incarceration. They design and deploy pre-arrest and pre-charge diversions for prosecutors and law enforcement that save time, money, and lives.They develop tools to aid decision makers in planning more effective interventions for the most vulnerable justice-involved people. They offer customized workshops and trainings for stakeholders to learn how Restorative Justice can be applied to design a better justice system.
Safe Place for Youth was founded in 2011 by a group of dedicated volunteers and Founder/Executive Director Alison Hurst, offering hot food, clothing and socks to homeless youth in Venice Beach from their cars. Since the beginning they have been driven to give youth opportunities to transform by multiplying their services, building their programming and strengthening their partnerships.
Addressing urban psychological trauma through research, treatment, and training. Conducting mental preparedness trainings taught by TUI psychologist with a focus on psycho-education i.e. training individuals how to address trauma in a way that does not result in PTSD or trauma spectrum disorders.
First Day serves approximately 2,300 unduplicated individuals through outreach, homelessness prevention, housing, health, advocacy, and other services on behalf of our clientele. They also serve the Greater Whittier network of providers and community members as a leader in cross-sector convening, information sharing, and volunteer coordination. As their influence continues to grow, they remain committed to stakeholder engagement and responsiveness to meeting critical needs in the community.
A group of young individuals committed to changing the perception of Alzheimer’s Disease. Their members can be found in high schools and college campuses across the nation creating a grassroots movement to seek the cure. We are youth advocates. They are youth caregivers and youth researchers.