The California Community Foundation announced grants Tuesday totaling $4.08 million to Los Angeles County nonprofit groups.
With this latest round of grants — the fourth and final of 2014 — CCF has disbursed 193 grants totaling more than $20 million in discretionary funding this year.
This quarter, 29 grants were announced in arts, education, health care and housing. Here’s a rundown of the recipients.
- Arts: $2,000 to be shared by Craft in America, CRE Outreach and Diavolo Dance Theater
- Education: $200,000 to Los Angeles Universal Preschool
- Healthcare: $2.45 million to be shared by American Indian Changing Spirits, Antelope Valley Hospital, Capital Link, City of Hope, Good Samaritan, Olive View, Shields for Families, UCLA Department of Neurology, UCLA Stroke Center and USC Department of Biomedical Engineering
- Housing Economic Development: $125,000 to the Corporation for Supportive Housing
- El Monte Community Building Initiative: $150,000 to Rio Hondo College
- Los Angeles Citizenship Initiative: $200,000 to be shared byAsian Americans Advancing Justice, Catholic Legal Immigration Network Inc. and NALEO Educational Fund
- Immigrant Integration Initiative: 340,000 to be shared by ACCE Institute, Communities for a Better Environment, Khmer Girls in Action and the Southeast Asian Community Alliance
- Preparing Achievers for Tomorrow: $40,000 for Culinary Arts Kids Eat
- Scholarships / Los Angeles Scholars Investment Fund: $375,000 to be shared by California State University, Los Angeles/CAL-SOAP LA, College Match, MOSTE, One Voice and Youth Speak Collective
— City News Service