The 2019 My LA2050 Grants Challenge
$1 Million. 10 Winners. One Year to Shape LA.
Submit your idea by March 29, 2019
Our friends at the Roy and Patricia Disney Family Foundation (RPDFF) just announced additional grant funding to NINE organizations that submitted to the 2016 My LA2050 Grants Challenge. We are so thrilled for these organizations, and grateful to RPDFF for partnering with LA2050 to support solutions for the future of LA. Check out the winners below!
Arts for Incarcerated Youth Network will provide multi-disciplinary arts in youth detention camps/halls and Juvenile Day Reporting Centers across LA County.
California Partnership will increase civic engagement through community education, outreach, and relationships.
Children Now will bring together thousands of voices in LA County to promote a comprehensive policy agenda to reduce childhood trauma.
Children's Action Network will expand their successful digital campaigns that use micro-targeted digital messages and videos to potential foster parents and mentors.
Neighborhood Housing Services of LA County will create the first of several Centers for Sustainable Communities in Compton.
Investing in Place will spark a series of discussions and online videos around our transportation system.
LA Food Policy Council will catalyze over hundreds of organizations and stakeholders to create a NEW Good Food For All Agenda – a visionary policy platform for health and resiliency in our local food system.
National Foster Youth Institute will recruit and train foster youth and family members to advocate with policymakers for new approaches to transform the child welfare system.
ICON CDC will provide entrepreneur training and internships for low-income and minority youth.