• Life Ready Through Sport •

Grant Recipients

The LA84 Foundation was established to manage Southern California’s share of the surplus from the successful 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles. The Foundation received an endowment of $93 million.  Since it began operations in 1985, it has invested $220 million in sports programs serving more than 3 million youth in the eight Southern California counties of Los Angeles, Imperial, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Ventura.

The chart below tracks grant recipients from 2010 onward. You can sort and reverse sort each column by clicking on its header. You can also search the chart using the below right box and expand the number of entries that display on a single page using the below left pull-down menu.

Grant recipients prior to 2010 can be found in the LA84 Foundation’s Biennial Reports.
2010 Biennial Report – grants awarded from October 2008 – June 2010
2008 Biennial Report – grants awarded from October 2006 – June 2008
2006 Biennial Report – grants awarded from June 2004 – June 2006
2004 Biennial Report – grants awarded from 1984 – 2004

DATEGRANTEEAMOUNTGRANT DETAILS
10/30/2014A Place Called Home$36,970To provide personnel, uniforms and equipment for the South Central Sports League.
10/30/2014Boys and Girls Clubs of the South Coast Area$21,000To support volleyball, basketball and indoor soccer leagues.
10/30/2014Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, Inc. $25,000For personnel and referees for Catholic Youth Organization’s spring 2015 middle school soccer program.
10/30/2014John C. Argue Swim Team$25,000To pay facility fees and provide scholarships.
10/30/2014McDuffy’s Academy of Academic Excellence, Inc.$25,000To purchase safety equipment and uniforms for the youth martial arts program.
10/30/2014Mt. San Antonio Community College District $105,000To fund the LA84 Foundation/Mt. SAC Relays Youth Days Track and Field Program.
10/30/2014San Diego Canoe and Kayak Team$38,000To purchase equipment to support the expansion of the program into Chula Vista and South Bay.
10/30/2014Santa Clarita Valley Boys and Girls Club $21,846For equipment, referee fees and awards for the basketball, soccer and volleyball programs and gym floor resurfacing.
10/30/2014The Boys and Girls Clubs of San Dieguito$32,000To provide scholarships for the youth aquatics programs.
10/30/2014THINK Together $102,638To support the THINK Together LA84 Middle School Sports Programs in Los Angeles and Riverside Counties.
10/30/2014Boys & Girls Clubs of La Habra $10,000For personnel expenses and equipment for the Boys and Girls Club of La Habra Youth Athletics Program.
10/30/2014Central Coast Junior Golf, Inc.$10,000Funding for the National Schools Program that provides golf in schools for elementary school-age youth in Santa Barbara County.
10/30/2014Chatsworth Youth Sports, Inc. $10,000For uniforms, timing equipment and field permit for Chatsworth Chief’s 2015 track and field and cross country season.
10/30/2014Glendora Lassie League $10,000For backstop pads and cage nets for the girls’ softball program.
10/30/2014Jurupa Valley Boxing Club$5,050To purchase boxing equipment, coaching licenses and scholarships.
06/18/2014America SCORES LA$26,420For personnel, uniforms and equipment for America SCORES LA’s after-school soccer program.
06/18/2014Boys & Girls Club of Santa Ana, Inc. $25,000For equipment, refinishing, sprinkler repair and wall pads for the main clubhouse.
06/18/2014Boys and Girls Club of the Los Angeles Harbor$50,000For capital improvements to Daniels Field Multipurpose Recreational area.
06/18/2014Boys & Girls Club of Whittier, Inc. $25,000For athlete expenses, equipment and venue costs for the volleyball and basketball programs.
06/18/2014Challengers Boys & Girls Club $37,500To purchase uniforms and equipment for their year-round sports program.
06/18/2014Connie Cycling Foundation $75,000To support the youth track cycling program.
06/18/2014County of Los Angeles $30,000For the Parks After Dark Youth Sports Program
06/18/2014Friends of Expo Center$65,000For a program coordinator and instructors for the 2014 Learn-to-Swim program.
06/18/2014Hollywood Police Activities League $20,000To pay for coaches, facility fees, uniforms and equipment for the soccer and martial arts programs.
06/18/2014Los Angeles Unified School District $449,820For an after-school intramural sports league at 95 middle schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
06/18/2014Playworks Education Energized $22,000For personnel, venue and equipment for a sports league at elementary schools in South Los Angeles
06/18/2014Ride on LA $40,000For arena repair and a horse trailer for competition.
06/18/2014Rose Bowl Aquatic Center $54,443For personnel, scholarship assistance and swim suits for the Olympic Challenge, a learn-to-swim program, for third graders in the Pasadena Unified School District.
06/18/2014Students Run America $125,000For race entry fees and uniforms for the 2014-2015 LA Marathon training program for middle school and high school youth.
06/18/2014The GRYD Foundation $75,000For the Summer Night Lights 2014 Sports Program at 32 parks within the City of Los Angeles.
06/18/2014Woodcraft Rangers$68,029To pay for personnel and purchase equipment for the Nvision Sports Clubs programs at more than 50 Los Angeles area schools.
06/18/2014YALLA San Diego, Inc. Youth And Leaders Living Actively $20,000For personnel and league fees for YALLA’s soccer program in El Cajon.
06/18/2014Youth Speak Collective $20,000For personnel, venue and equipment for the Club Futbolito program.
06/18/2014Azusa Junior All American Football Corporation $10,000For new helmets and blocking shields for the youth football program.
06/18/2014Boyle Heights Youth Football$10,000For new helmets, shoulder pads and medics for the 2014 football season
06/18/2014Boys & Girls Club of Cypress $5,000To purchase uniforms and sports equipment for the sports program
06/18/2014Channel Island Young Men’s Christian Association $10,000For personnel, equipment and athlete expenses for the swim team.
06/18/2014Duarte Hawks Youth Football Corp$10,000For helmets and shoulder pads for the 2014 football program.
06/18/2014Junior Raiders Enrichment & Athletic Mentorship Youth Development Organization $10,000To purchase new helmets, shoulder pads, tackling dummies and to cover medical personnel for their games.
06/18/2014Oak Grove Institute Foundation, Inc. $10,000To pay coaches and purchase equipment for the adaptive sports programs offered at the Oak Grove Center.
06/18/2014Whittier Youth Football Association $10,000To purchase new football helmets and shoulder pads for the youth football program.
06/18/2014YMCA of San Diego County $10,000For sports equipment for the East County Y’s gymnastics program.
06/18/2014Young Men’s Christian Association of Anaheim $10,000For scholarships for the year-round basketball league.
06/18/2014Youth N Motion Academy Incorporated $10,000For instructors, tournament fees and venue equipment for a martial arts program in South Los Angeles.
01/22/2014Antelope Valley Boys & Girls Club $65,000To install a new gym floor in the 12,000 square foot gymnasium.
01/22/2014Caritas Corporation $20,000To purchase equipment and improvement of play space into a small soccer field.
01/22/2014Downey Girls Pony Tail Athletic Association $20,500To purchase coaching kits and to install a sprinkler system in the softball fields.
01/22/2014Foundation for Interscholastic Youth Athletics $35,000To pay officials for the middle school program.
01/22/2014Gardena Judo Club $20,000To purchase mats for the Gardena Judo Club.
01/22/2014Growth Opportunities Through Athletics Learning and Service (GOALS) $50,000For the expansion of a new multi-sports facility that will be used for basketball roller hockey, futsal and other team sports.
01/22/2014Heart of Los Angeles Youth Inc.$75,430For personnel, uniforms and equipment for the youth sports programs.
01/22/2014Inner City Education Foundation $25,000To support personnel, venue, equipment and athlete expenses for the ICEF Youth Rugby Program.
01/22/2014Inter Tribal Sports $60,000For personnel, officials, uniforms and equipment for the flag football, basketball and softball programs primarily for Native American youth on or near Indian reservations throughout Southern California.
01/22/2014Kids In Sports $450,000Grant for venue, equipment, administrative and athlete expenses for basketball, baseball/softball, volleyball and soccer leagues organized by Kids in Sports clubs throughout Los Angeles County.
01/22/2014LA’s Best $300,000For personnel, athlete expenses and equipment in support of the after-school program implemented at 182 elementary schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
01/22/2014P.F. Bresee Foundation $34,400For coaches, uniforms, equipment and facility rental for the after-school and summer sports program.
01/22/2014Play Rugby Inc. $75,000For personnel and equipment for the LA84/Play Rugby program.
01/22/2014Proyecto Pastoral $45,000To support purchase of equipment, officials and coaches for the baseball, basketball, soccer, flag football and gymnastics programs.
01/22/2014Redlands Baseball Softball For Youth $15,000To provide funds for scholarships, field maintenance costs and background checks on coaches and volunteers.
01/22/2014Saint Sebastian Project Inc. $19,475To cover costs of officials fees, uniforms, trophies and sports equipment for the after-school sports program.
01/22/2014Sheriffs Youth Foundation of Los Angeles County $126,800For the construction of several play spaces at the Century Youth Activities League Center.
01/22/2014Southern California Tennis Association $150,000For personnel, athlete expenses and equipment for tennis programs throughout Southern California.
01/22/2014Variety Boys and Girls Club $50,000To cover personnel and purchase equipment for the youth aquatics and golf programs.
01/22/2014YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles $50,000For the construction of the new aquatic center at the Anderson Munger Family YMCA.
01/22/2014American Roundball Corporation Inc. $10,000To the ARC Youth Basketball Program to provide partial scholarship assistance to participants that cannot afford the league fees.
01/22/2014American Youth Football (Balboa Youth Football & Cheer)
$10,000To support the purchase of safety equipment including new helmets, dummies and should pads for the 2014 football season.
01/22/2014Boys and Girls Club of Capistrano Valley $7,500For personnel, equipment and awards for the basketball, soccer and wrestling program.
01/22/2014Claremont Jr. All-American Youth Football & Cheer $10,000For helmets and uniforms for the 2014 football season.
01/22/2014DeMorra Speedskating $10,000To provide safety equipment and skates for the youth short track speedskating program.
01/22/2014Simi Track Club, Inc.$10,000For uniforms and equipment for the youth track and field and cross country programs.
10/23/2013Us Too Gymnastics lnc.$10,000For scholarships for the gymnastics and track and field programs serving children with special needs.
10/23/2013TERI lnc.$10,000To purchase sports equipment for the adaptive sports program for special needs students.
10/23/2013Temecula Valley National Little League Baseball, lnc.$10,000For equipment and scholarships for the Temecula Valley National Little League.
10/23/2013Santa Clarita Track Club, lnc.$10,000For uniforms, race entry fees, awards and facility rental fees for the track and field and cross country programs.
10/23/2013Rio Hondo Education Consortium$10,000To pay for officials, uniforms, awards and sport equipment for the after-school sports league.
10/23/2013Riding Emphasizing lndividual Needs And Strengths$10,000For a portable mounting ramp, saddles, and scholarships for a youth therapeutic horsemanship program.
10/23/2013Project Fighting Chance$9,000To purchase floor pads and boxing equipment for the youth boxing program.
10/23/2013Mar Vista Family Center$10,000For personnel and equipment for the soccer and basketball programs for elementary school youth.
10/23/2013Los Angeles Jets Track Club$10,000To provide partial scholarships to participants who cannot afford the registration fees.
10/23/2013Los Angeles Falcons Track & Field and Cross Country Team$10,000For uniforms and equipment for the track and field and cross country programs.
10/23/2013Lords Gym at l-A Dream Center, lnc.$3,300To purchase equipment for their youth basketball program.
10/23/2013Hillsides$5,000For instructors and referees, uniforms and equipment for Hillsides’ basketball and volleyball programs.
10/23/2013Girls lncorporated of Carpinteria$10,000For scholarships and equipment for the volleyball and basketball programs.
10/23/2013Carousel Ranch$10,000For partial scholarships for therapeutic riding lessons for children with special needs in Santa Clarita and the surrounding communities.
10/23/2013Boys & Girls Clubs of Burbank, lnc.$10,000For officials and equipment for the youth soccer and flag football programs.
10/23/2013THINK Together$84,252For personnel, uniforms and equipment to support the THINK Together LA84 Middle School Sports Programs in Los Angeles and Riverside Counties.
10/23/2013SCGA Junior Golf Foundation$20,000For instruction, range and course access and uniforms for the junior golf program.
10/23/2013Salesian Boys and Girls Club of Los Angeles$85,000For pool renovations, coaches’ salaries, and equipment to support the Salesian Boys and Girls Club aquatics program.
10/23/2013Mt, San Antonio Community College District$110,000To provide personnel, venue and athlete expenses associated with the LA84 Foundation/Mt. SAC Relays Youth Days Track and Field Program.
10/23/2013Boys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach$25,000To purchase sports equipment for the Recreational Sports League.
10/23/2013Boys & Girls Clubs of America - West San Gabriel Valley$12,000For sports equipment to support the youth sports programs.
10/23/2013American Youth Soccer Organization (Region 1031; South Los Angeles)$20,000To provide scholarships for participants that cannot afford the registration fees at AYSO - Region 1031 (South Los Angeles and surrounding communities).
06/12/2013Beyond the Bell Branch (BTB) of the Los Angeles Unified School District$496,946For the Beyond the Bell Branch seasonal after-school sports program at all 98 middle schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
06/12/2013Students Run America $125,000For athlete expenses (race entry fees, uniforms, buses) for the 2013-2014 LA Marathon training program for middle school and high school youth.
06/12/2013GRYD Foundation, The (Gang Reduction and Youth Development)$100,000For the Summer Night Lights 2013 Sports Program at 32 LA City parks.
06/12/2013Connie Cycling Foundation$75,000To support the youth track cycling program.
06/12/2013Los Angeles Boys & Girls Club $74,882For the Beyond the Bell Branch seasonal after-school sports program at all 98 middle schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District.
06/12/2013Friends of EXPO Center $63,984For personnel (program coordinator and instructors) for the 2013 Learn- to-Swim program.
06/12/2013Rose Bowl Aquatics Center $54,443For personnel and athlete expenses (scholarship assistance, swim suits) for the Olympic Challenge, a learn-to-swim program.
06/12/2013Boys & Girls Club of Vista, Inc. $50,000For gymnasium floor renovation.
06/12/2013Athletes for Life Foundation $40,000To support an after-school youth sports programs for elementary and middle school students in the Rialto Unified School District.
06/12/2013Beat the Streets Los Angeles, Inc. $33,475To purchase equipment and wrestling shoes for the youth wrestling program.
06/12/2013County of Los Angeles $30,000For the Parks After Dark Youth Sports Program.
06/12/2013Perris Valley Youth Association Sports $30,000For boxing and football equipment.
06/12/2013Boys & Girls Club of North County $25,000For an athletic director for the club’s year-round seasonal sports program including basketball, soccer, flag football, and swim programs.
06/12/2013California Aquatic Therapy & Wellness Center Inc. $22,000To provide swim lessons for children with disabilities.
06/12/2013Lake Casitas Rowing Association$20,000For a new dock.
06/12/2013Moreno Valley Aquatics Swim Team $20,000For a Colorado timing system.
06/12/2013Santa Clarita Speed Skating Club $20,000To purchase safety equipment for youth Short Track (Ice) Speed Skating Program.
06/12/2013Tiger Woods Learning Center Foundation $20,000For personnel (program coach), athlete expenses (entry fees to competitions), equipment (club repair and driving range equipment, tees), and green fees for the Player Development Program.
06/12/2013Boys & Girls Clubs of the Foothills $10,000To support the basketball, soccer, and flag football programs.
06/12/2013Eastvale Mustangs Youth Football, Inc. $10,000To purchase new helmets.
06/12/2013Glendale Junior All American Football Association, Inc$10,000For uniforms (jerseys and game pants).
06/12/2013Hawaiian Gardens Pop Warner Football and Cheer $10,000For helmets, shoulder pads and uniforms for the football program.
06/12/2013Hesperia Trojans Youth Football and Cheer $10,000To purchase helmets and uniforms for the football program.
06/12/2013Highland Youth Football $10,000To purchase new helmets.
06/12/2013J Tech Institute Inc$10,000To purchase portable field lights and football equipment for the youth football program.
06/12/2013Los Angeles Demos Youth Sports Club Association Inc. $10,000For new football helmets and shoulder pads for the youth football program.
06/12/2013Lynwood Athletics Community Services $10,000For new football helmets, pads and uniforms for the youth football program.
06/12/2013Lincoln Heights Youth Association $10,000For new uniforms and shoulder pads for the football program.
06/12/2013Los Angeles Jr. Chamber of Commerce Charity Foundation $10,000For personnel and venue costs for The First Tee of Los Angeles’ youth golf programs.
06/12/2013Northwest Pasadena Youth Sports, Inc. $10,000For uniforms and pads for the football program.
06/12/2013Oceanside Ivey Ranch Park Association$10,000For full and partial scholarships for a special needs therapeutic equestrian program.
06/12/2013Pure Game $10,000For personnel, uniforms and equipment for the youth soccer program.
06/12/2013Rancho Belago Ravens Football & Cheer $10,000For new helmets, pads and equipment for the youth football program.
06/12/2013Victor Valley Magic Softball Club Inc. $10,000For equipment and uniforms for the softball program.
06/12/2013West Valley Eagles Youth Football $10,000For new helmets, facility fees, and scholarships for the football program.
06/12/2013Western States Golf Assoc. So. Area Youth Program, Inc. $10,000For the elementary school learn to play golf program.
06/12/2013Westside Vikings Youth Organizations, Inc., The$10,000For new helmets, uniforms and shoulder pads for the football program.
06/12/2013Team Prime Time, Inc. $8,800For equipment and athlete expenses for Varsity Games’ soccer program.
01/30/2013Kids in Sports$456,210To continue to provide year-round sports opportunities to more than 5,400 girls and boys through 11 sports clubs.
01/30/2013LA's BEST$300,000Enable 12,000 youngsters at 182 elementary schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District served by LA’s BEST to participate in seasonal sports, including softball, basketball, flag football and soccer.
01/30/2013Southern California Tennis Association$150,000To provide tennis instruction and equipment to 8,500 youngsters at 130 summer sites and 35-year round sites throughout Southern California.
01/30/2013Mt. San Antonio Community College District$110,000To continue the largest introductory youth track & field program in the nation, where more than 8,000 youngsters receive basic instruction in track & field events and have the opportunity to compete in the LA84 Foundation/Mt. SAC Relays Youth Days.
01/30/2013Boys & Girls Club of Pomona Valley, The$75,000For a new gym floor and other improvements to its gymnasium.
01/30/2013Play Rugby-California Inc.$75,000To bring flag rugby to 1,200 youngsters at 50 sites throughout Los Angeles.
01/30/2013Special Olympics Southern California$50,000For expenses associated with its School Partnership Program that offers youngsters with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to participate in after school sports programs.
01/30/2013JCA Swim Team, Inc., The$29,781Funding for swim suits, swim equipment, and to provide scholarships. JCA serves youngsters in the Exposition Park area of Los Angeles.
01/30/2013Foundation for Interscholastic Youth Athletics$28,000To bring after-school sports opportunities to youngsters attending 35 charter middle schools in Los Angeles.
01/30/2013Apple Valley Police Community Activity League$25,000To support its boxing program benefiting youngsters in the High Desert area of San Bernardino County.
01/30/2013Catholic Charities, Inc.$25,000To provide a middle-school soccer program in parishes of need in Los Angeles.
01/30/2013Girls Incorporated of Greater Santa Barbara$25,000To support its seasonal sports programs serving more than 200 girls.
01/30/2013Hollenbeck Police Business Council Inc.$25,000For a new boxing ring and boxing instructors for its well-known boxing program serving youth in Boyle Heights.
01/30/2013KidWorks Community Development Corporation$25,000To support the sports programs it offers boys and girls living in the underserved Towsend/Myrtle neighborhood in Santa Ana.
01/30/2013YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles$23,400To support the Montebello-Commerce YMCA basketball, softball and soccer youth sports programs.
01/30/2013Boys & Girls Club of Carlsbad$10,000
01/30/2013Boys & Girls of Club of Carson$10,000
01/30/2013El Centro Police Activities League$10,000
01/30/2013Little League Baseball Inc. – Central Altadena$10,000
01/30/2013Santa Clarita Valley Athletic Association$10,000
01/30/2013Santa Monica Youth Football and Cheer Association$10,000
01/30/2013Wilshire Softball Association$10,000
01/30/2013Little League Baseball Inc. – Alhambra American$7,200
01/30/2013Hawks Track Club, Inc.$7,000
01/30/2013United Track Club, Inc.$7,000
01/30/2013Glendora American Little League$5,500
10/17/2012THINK Together$66,042To provide after-school sports programs at 17 middle schools in the following school districts: Baldwin Park Unified, Bassett Unified, El Rancho Unified, Little Lake City School District, Lynwood Unified, Mountain View School District, and the South Whittier School District.
10/17/2012Hollenbeck Police Activities League$45,491To continue to offer free basketball, boxing, and soccer sports programs to more than 500 girls and boys in the underserved area of Boyle Heights.
10/17/2012Vernon Lee Amateur Gymnastics Academy$25,000To purchase needed gymnastics equipment. Vernon Lee, located in downtown Pasadena, offers one of the most affordable gymnastics programs in Los Angeles to 300 girls and boys.
10/17/2012Crossroads$12,000For the purchase of mats for its wrestling program serving 120 youth in the San Fernando Valley.
10/17/2012Access Youth Academy$10,000To strengthen a squash program offered to 100 boys and girls in City Heights, San Diego County.
10/17/2012High Desert Heat Track Club$10,000Offers a strong track and field program to 200 boys and girls in Lancaster. It will purchase a new timing system, pay for usage of facilities, and be in a position to offer scholarships.
10/17/2012Los Angeles Police Department Devonshire Police Activity League$10,000For mats and scholarships as it serves 77 youngsters in its Tae Kwon Do program in Northridge.
10/17/2012Optimist Boys Home and Ranch, Inc.$10,000To continue to offer sports programs for its abused, neglected, or at-risk residents in its main campus in Highland Park.
10/17/2012Santa Clarita Valley Boys and Girls Club$10,000To refurbish its gym floor, uniforms, and sports equipment providing basketball, football, volleyball, and soccer programs to 580 youth in the Santa Clarita area.
10/17/2012United Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County$10,000To refurbish its gym floor at the Goleta Boys & Girls Club and serving 250 boys and girls with its sports programming.
06/13/2012Beyond the Bell Branch (BTB) of the Los Angeles Unified School District$500,000To support its free, year-round, seasonal after school sports program at all 95 middle schools in the District. The program keeps more than 10,000 boys and girls active and connected to the school increasing learning opportunities and leading to better academic achievement.
06/13/2012Students Run LA$125,080To train 3,000 middle/high school students to run the LA Marathon and in the process become better students and individuals.
06/13/2012Friends of EXPO Center$60,000Offering swim lessons during the school day for boys and girls at schools in the EXPO Center communities.
06/13/2012Rose Bowl Aquatics Center$52,688Offering swim lessons during the school day for boys and girls at schools in Rose Bowl Aquatics Center communities.
06/13/2012Boys & Girls Club of Hollywood, The$50,000Funding to provide better play spaces for the youngsters they serve.
06/13/2012California Hospital Medical Center Foundation$50,000Funding to provide better play spaces for the youngsters they serve.
06/13/2012GRYD Foundation, The$50,000Funding is to assist with uniforms/jerseys for the soccer and basketball programs at the 32 sites that are part of the Summer Night Lights Program (SNL).
06/13/2012County of Los Angeles Parks & Recreation Department$25,870Used for its Parks After Dark Program to provide sports opportunities at five parks during the summer.
06/13/2012Playworks Education Energized$24,100To support its in-school and after-school sports programs at elementary schools in Watts, South Los Angeles, Norwalk, Southgate, Highland Park, Mid-City, and Crenshaw.
06/13/2012Any Body Can Youth Resorts Foundation$10,000
06/13/2012Covina Vikings Youth Football Organization$10,000
06/13/2012Duarte Hawks Youth Football Corporation$10,000
06/13/2012Hacienda Heights Junior All American Football Association$10,000
06/13/2012LA Southeast Youth Athletic Foundation$10,000
06/13/2012Lawndale Youth Football & Cheerleading Association, Inc.$10,000
06/13/2012Mid-San Gabriel Valley Pop Warner, Inc.$10,000
06/13/2012People for Parks Charitable Fund$10,000
06/13/2012Pico Rivera Dons Football for Youth, Inc.$10,000
06/13/2012Search to Involve Pilipino Americans$10,000
06/13/2012Snowline Communities Youth Football Association, Inc.$10,000
06/13/2012YWCA of Santa Monica - Westside$10,000
06/13/2012Eastside Lions of Lancaster$7,000
06/13/2012Little Tokyo Service Center$7,000
06/13/2012West Covina Bruins Youth Football$7,000
06/13/2012Xtreme Youth Football & Cheer Inc.$7,000
06/13/2012Lakewood Pop Warner$5,500
06/13/2012Glendora Junior All-American Football$5,000
06/13/2012Taking the Reins$5,000
01/25/2012Kids In Sports (KIS)$395,000KIS supports and coordinates the activities at 11 sports clubs that provide sports programs for youth in underserved areas of LA County.
01/25/2012LA's BEST (Better Educated Students for Tomorrow)$300,000Grant will enable youngsters served by LA's BEST to participate in seasonal sports, including softball, basketball, flag football, and soccer.
01/25/2012Southern California Tennis Association$150,000To provide tennis instruction and equipment to 8,500 youngsters at 150 sites throughout Southern California.
01/25/2012Mt. San Antonio College$120,000To continue the largest introductory youth track and field program in the nation. More than 8,000 youngsters will receive basic instruction in track and field events and have the opportunity to compete in the LA84 Foundation/Mt. SAC Relays Youth Days.
01/25/2012Sheriff's Youth Foundation of Los Angeles County$76,200To create a sports outdoor facility at the Compton Youth Activities League Center.
01/25/2012Play Rugby-California Inc.$60,000To bring flag rugby to 720 youngsters throughout Los Angeles.
01/25/2012Heart of Los Angeles Youth, Inc.$53,440To enhance sports programming for more than 1,000 boys and girls it serves in the Rampart District of Los Angeles.
01/25/2012Chatsworth Junior Baseball League, Inc.$50,000Will use funding to improve its baseball fields.
01/25/2012John C. Argue Swim Team$35,000To offer competitive swimming opportunities for youngsters at the LA84 Foundation/John C. Argue Swimming Stadium in South Los Angeles.
01/25/2012P. F. Bresee Foundation$35,000To strengthen its after-school sports program in the Mid-Wilshire/Pico-Union areas of Los Angeles.
01/25/2012Catholic Charities, Inc.$25,000To provide a middle-school soccer program in parishes of need in Los Angeles.
01/25/2012Place Called Home, A$21,875To support its sports teams and participation in the South Central Sports League.
01/25/2012Eastside Boys & Girls Club of Los Angeles$20,000Will have increased support to swim and play soccer.
01/25/2012Greater San Diego After-School All-Stars$19,185Funds to be used for uniforms and soccer and football equipment for its program in some of the poorest neighborhoods in San Diego.
01/25/2012Pleasant Valley Swim Club$15,000To pay for a timing system and other equipment for its swimming program serving youngsters in Camarillo and Ventura.
01/25/2012Young Men's Christian Association of Metropolitan Los Angeles-Hollywood Wilshire$15,000To increase youth participation in its Junior Lakers basketball program.
01/25/2012Youth 'N Motion Academy, Inc.$13,650To strengthen its martial arts program offered in the Leimert Park and Baldwin Hills neighborhoods.
01/25/2012East San Gabriel Valley Japanese Community Center$13,500West Covina grantee plans to refinish its gym floor which is heavily used for basketball, judo, and karate.
01/25/2012Toberman Neighborhood Center, Inc.$12,180San Pedro grantee will get more boys and girls involved in its soccer and basketball program.
01/25/2012Metropolitan PONY Baseball (Hollywood, Downtown Los Angeles, Pico Union)$10,000
01/25/2012Crenshaw Cougars Youth Football Organization$10,000
01/25/2012Inner City Education Foundation (South Los Angeles, Inglewood)$10,000
01/25/2012Kids Enjoy Exercise Now Los Angeles (Elysian Park)$10,000
01/25/2012Orange County Youth Commission (Santa Ana)$10,000
01/25/2012Santa Clarita Track Club, Inc.$10,000
01/25/2012Temple City Amateur Softball Association$10,000
01/25/2012Antelope Valley Youth Athletics, Inc.$7,500
01/25/2012Institute for the Redesign of Learning dba The Almansor Center (Los Angeles, San Gabriel)$5,000
10/19/2011THINK Together$76,040To provide after-school sports programs at 17 middle schools in the following school districts: Baldwin Park Unified, Bassett Unified, El Rancho Unified, Little Lake City School District, Lynwood Unified, Mountain View School District, and the South Whittier School District.
10/19/2011Woodcraft Rangers$75,000To offer free basketball and soccer sports programs after school at 41 elementary and middle schools in Los Angeles County.
10/19/2011YMCA of the East Valley/Redlands Family Branch$75,000To assist with the building of a new indoor aquatics facility to serve about 6,000 youth who live in the communities of Redlands, Highland, Yucaipa, Loma Linda, Mentone, Beaumont, Colton, Calimesa, Grand Terrace, and San Bernardino.
10/19/2011Inter Tribal Sports Inc.$60,000To assist with officials, uniforms and equipment for sports programs primarily for Native American youth on or near Indian reservations in remote, rural areas of San Diego, Riverside, and San Bernardino Counties.
10/19/2011Boys and Girls Club of Venice, Inc.$23,000To assist them in providing sport programs to 700 youth in Venice, Mar Vista, Palms, Marina Del Rey, and Culver City.
10/19/2011Assistance League of Southern California, The$22,482To provide a basketball and swimming program to youth in the Hollywood area.
10/19/2011Boys & Girls Club of Burbank Inc.$18,505To fund a soccer program serving 400 boys and girls in the communities of Burbank, Sun Valley, Glendale, North Hollywood, and La Crescenta.
10/19/2011Carlsbad Wave Soccer (Carlsbad, North San Diego County)$10,000
10/19/2011Carousel Ranch Inc. (Santa Clarita)$10,000To offer horse therapy programs to boys and girls with physical and/or mental disabilities.
10/19/2011Central Coast Junior Golf, Inc. (Santa Barbara)$10,000
10/19/2011Challengers Boys & Girls Club$15,000To provide funds for its soccer program engaging approximately 100 girls and boys in South Los Angeles.
10/19/2011Lake Casitas Rowing Association (Ventura County)$10,000
10/19/2011Ride On LA (San Fernando and Thousand Oaks)$10,000To offer horse therapy programs to boys and girls with physical and/or mental disabilities.
10/19/2011Riding Emphasizing Individual Needs and Strengths (Fallbrook, San Diego County)$10,000To offer horse therapy programs to boys and girls with physical and/or mental disabilities.
10/19/2011Pro Kids Golf Academy, Inc. (City Heights, San Diego County)$5,000
06/08/2011Beyond the Bell Branch (BTB) of the Los Angeles Unified School District$525,000To administer free, year-round, seasonal sports program at all 95 middle schools in the District serving 20,000 boys and girls.
06/08/2011Students Run LA$125,000Received funding for its highly successful program that trains 3,000 middle/high school students to run the LA Marathon.
06/08/2011Better LA, A$100,000To assist with uniforms/jerseys for the soccer and basketball programs at the 32 sites that are part of the Summer Night Lights Program (SNL).
06/08/2011Rose Bowl Aquatics Center$50,704To continue to offer a learn-to-swim program during the school day to more than 400 third graders in the Pasadena Unified School District.
06/08/2011Boys & Girls Club of Coachella Valley$50,000To use funding to upgrade their respective gym floors.
06/08/2011Anahuak Youth Soccer Association$43,700To fund its soccer program that is offered to more than 2,000 boys and girls in Glassell Park, Cypress Park, Lincoln Heights, and Highland Park.
06/08/2011Boys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach$40,000To use funding to upgrade their respective gym floors.
06/08/2011Inglewood Police Activities League$30,000
06/08/2011YALLA San Diego, Inc.$30,000
06/08/2011J Tech Institute Inc. (South Los Angeles)$27,890
06/08/2011Youth Speak Collective (Pacoima)$27,140
06/08/2011Watts Willowbrook Boys & Girls Club$25,200
06/08/2011Perris Valley Youth Association Sports$25,000
06/08/2011Hollywood Police Activity League$24,000
06/08/2011American Youth Soccer Organization (Region 1065; Montebello)$20,000
06/08/2011Boys & Girls Club of Whittier Inc.$13,599
06/08/2011Apple Valley Police Community Activity League, The$10,000
06/08/2011Back Bay Youth Rugby Football Club (Costa Mesa)$10,000
06/08/2011Claremont Junior All American Football and Cheer$10,000
06/08/2011El Segundo Youth Football & Cheerleading, Inc. $10,000
06/08/2011Encinitas Soccer League$10,000
06/08/2011Glendale Junior All American Football Association, Inc.$10,000
06/08/2011Lincoln Heights Youth Association$10,000
06/08/2011Moreno Valley Junior All American Football and Cheer Association, Inc.$10,000
06/08/2011Neighborhood Junior Tennis Program Inc. (Northeast San Fernando Valley) $10,000
06/08/2011Oak Grove Institute Foundation, Inc. (Riverside)$10,000
06/08/2011Team Prime Time, Inc. (West Los Angeles)$10,000
06/08/2011United Boys & Girls Clubs of Santa Barbara County$10,000
06/08/2011Mouse In The House Foundation (Ontario) $7,500
06/08/2011Eastside Lions Youth Football and Cheer Association (Antelope Valley)$5,000
01/26/2011Kids In Sport (KIS)$375,000More than 6,000 girls and boys, ages 7-17, will be served through baseball, basketball, softball, soccer, and volleyball.
01/26/2011LA's BEST (Better Educated Students for Tomorrow)$300,000The grant will enable LA’s BEST to offer softball, basketball, flag football, and soccer to LAUSD elementary schools youngsters.
01/26/2011Southern California Tennis Association$150,000To provide tennis instruction and equipment to 8,500 youngsters at more than 150 sites throughout Southern California.
01/26/2011Los Angeles Parks Foundation, The$100,000To assist in the construction of an adaptive baseball field. This would be the first sports field in the City of Los Angeles Recreation and Parks system to be built specifically for disabled youth.
01/26/2011Boys & Girls Club of the Los Angeles Harbor, The$80,000To improve their sports facilities.
01/26/2011Friends of EXPO Center$75,000To provide learn-to-swim lessons during the school day to more than 4,000 youth from elementary, middle, and high schools in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum area.
01/26/2011Variety Boys & Girls Club (Boyle Heights)$50,000To improve their sports facilities.
01/26/2011Boys & Girls Club of West San Gabriel Valley, The$40,000To expand its teen sports program.
01/26/2011Westchester YMCA, The$35,000To expand its Junior Lakers basketball league.
01/26/2011LA SCORES (Palms)$30,000Funding for their soccer programs.
01/26/2011Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, Inc.$25,000Funding for their soccer programs.
01/26/2011Swim Torrance$15,000For scholarships to those youngsters pursuing competitive swimming.
01/26/2011Academic Basketball Association, The$12,000For uniforms and gym rental for the basketball program serving youngsters in the Carson/Compton area.
01/26/2011Calabasas Track Club Inc.$10,000
01/26/2011Chatsworth Youth Sports, Inc.$10,000
01/26/2011El Sereno Stallions Football and Cheer Inc.$10,000
01/26/2011Los Angeles Table Tennis Association$10,000
01/26/2011Monrovia Youth Baseball League$10,000
01/26/2011North Valley Athletic Club, Inc.$10,000
01/26/2011Simi Track Club Inc.$10,000
01/26/2011United Track Club Inc. (Agoura Hills)$10,000
01/26/2011Us Too Gymnastics Inc. (Lake Forest)$10,000
01/26/2011West Valley Eagles Track Club Incorporated (West Hills)$10,000
01/26/2011RowLA$8,000
10/16/2010Mt. San Antonio College Foundation$120,000For the Mt. SAC Youth Relays. This program introduces more than 8,000 youngsters to the sport of track & field.
10/16/2010Growth Opportunities Through Athletics Learning & Service (GOALS)$70,000For personnel and equipment to support tennis, lacrosse, and soccer programs serving 2,000 boys and girls in the Anaheim area.
10/16/2010Southern California Speed Skating Association$57,100Will use the funding for ice time, equipment, and coaching for a beginner's speed skating program in Lakewood, Valencia, and Oxnard.
10/16/2010Downey Dolphins Swim Club Inc.$50,000Will purchase a scoreboard and timing system for its home pool at Downey High School so that it can host additional swim meets and generate income for scholarships offered to beginner swimmers.
10/16/2010Boys & Girls Club of Carson$25,000Will use the funding for equipment, personnel, and refurbishment of a basketball court to better serve more than 250 youth involved in various sports programs.
10/16/2010TGA Golf Foundation$21,100Will use the funding for instructors and golf equipment for an after-school golf program in Compton and Hawthorne.
10/16/2010Place Called Home, A$20,000Will enhance its sports programming offered to more than 500 boys and girls in South Los Angeles by purchasing equipment, hiring officials, and coaches.
10/16/2010Salvation Army - Southern California Divisional Headquarters, The$18,800Will use the funding to improve the gym and purchase sports equipment for the Siemon Family Youth & Community Center in South Los Angeles.
10/16/2010Reachback Los Angeles$17,802Will purchase uniforms and sports equipment for the 150 youngsters participating in its sports programs.
10/16/2010Universal Soccer League$15,600Will purchase uniforms and equipment for its soccer program serving more than 600 boys and girls in the Fontana area.
10/16/2010Boys and Girls Club of Vista, Inc.$15,000For personnel, uniforms, and equipment for a year-round soccer program serving 150 girls and boys in Chula Vista and San Diego.
10/16/2010East Wind Foundation for Youth, Inc.$12,000For uniforms and equipment for a martial arts program serving 100 boys and girls in the Chinatown area of Los Angeles.
10/16/2010Boys and Girls Club of Camarillo$10,000
10/16/2010Down Syndrome Association of Los Angeles, Inc.$10,000
10/16/2010Field Hockey Federation, Inc., Ventura County$10,000
10/16/2010Los Angeles Junior Chamber of Commerce Charity Foundation$10,000
10/16/2010McDuffy's Academy of Academic Excellence, South Los Angeles$10,000
10/16/2010Oceanside Ivey Ranch Park Association$10,000
10/16/2010T.E.R.I., Inc.$10,000
10/16/2010St. Stephen Missionary Baptist Church$7,500
06/16/2010Students Run LA$150,000For its highly successful program that trains high school students to run the LA Marathon.
06/16/2010Better LA, A$100,000Will use the funding for jerseys for the soccer and basketball programs at the 24 sites that are part of the Summer Night Lights Program (SNL).
06/16/2010Rose Bowl Aquatics Center$56,378Will continue to operate its learn-to-swim program offered to 400 third graders in the Pasadena Unified School District.
06/16/2010County of Los Angeles - Parks and Recreation$55,920Will use the funding to offer basketball and soccer as part of its Parks After Dark Program (PAD).
06/16/2010Hollenbeck Police Activities League$54,891Will use the funding to offer a soccer program in the Boyle Heights area.
06/16/2010Special Olympics - Southern California$50,000Will use the funding for an after-school structured sports program (School Partnership Program) in athletics, soccer, and basketball at LAUSD and LBUSD.
06/16/2010YMCA - Pomona Valley$50,000Will use the funding for after-school basketball, baseball, and football programs for elementary and middle schools in Pomona Unified School District.
06/16/2010Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center$48,300Will use the funding to support the basketball, volleyball, tennis, badminton, and soccer programs in South Los Angeles.
06/16/2010Los Angeles Police Department Devonshire Police Activity League$15,000Will use the funding for an after-school Tae Kwon Do program in Northridge.
06/16/2010Dig For Kids$13,188Will use the funding for the Digging Education after-school indoor volleyball program in South Bay.
06/16/2010AbilityFirst$10,000
06/16/2010Alhambra Thunderbirds Football Organization Inc.$10,000
06/16/2010Boyle Heights Youth Football$10,000
06/16/2010Common Unity Reaching Everyone - CURE$10,000
06/16/2010Crenshaw Cougars Youth Football Organization, Inc.$10,000
06/16/2010El Monte - South El Monte Jets Youth Football and Cheer$10,000
06/16/2010Northeast Pasadena Youth Sports Inc. aka Pasadena Ponies$10,000
06/16/2010PALS - El Centro$10,000
06/16/2010Pico Rivera Dons Football for Youth, Inc.$10,000
06/16/2010Redlands Junior All American Football, Inc.$10,000
06/16/2010Stanton Youth Football$10,000
06/16/2010Temple City Youth Football$10,000
06/16/2010Xtreme Youth Football & Cheer Inc.$10,000
06/16/2010Baldwin Park Youth Athletic Association$7,500
06/16/2010Duarte Hawks Youth Football Corp.$7,500
06/16/2010Huntington Park Youth Football and Cheer Association, Incorporated$7,500
06/16/2010Lancaster Youth Football$7,500
06/16/2010South Valley Football Panthers, Inc.$7,500
06/16/2010Tri-City Falcons Youth Football and Cheerleading, Inc.$7,500
06/16/2010Westside Youth Association$7,500
06/16/2010Wilshire Youth Athletic Club of Los Angeles, Inc.$7,500
06/16/2010Pediatric Therapy Network$7,000
06/16/2010La Habra Junior Athletic Association$5,000
06/16/2010Pasadena Panthers$5,000
01/27/2010Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Beyond the Bell Branch$561,980Will bring the LA84 Foundation/Beyond the Bell Middle School Sports Program to all 87 LAUSD middle schools.
01/27/2010Kids In Sports$450,000To fund activities at 14 sports clubs that provide sports programs for youth in under-served areas of LA County.
01/27/2010LA's BEST (Better Educated Students for Tomorrow)$300,000Will enable LA’s BEST to offer softball, basketball, flag football, and track & field, serving 11,000 youngsters at 172 elementary schools.
01/27/2010Southern California Tennis Association$150,000To provide tennis instruction and equipment to 8,500 youngsters at more than 100 sites throughout Southern California.
01/27/2010YMCA of Greater Long Beach, The$100,000To assist in the renovation of their gymnasium and for sports equipment.
01/27/2010Friends of EXPO Center$79,379To provide learn-to-swim lessons during the school day to more than 4,000 youth from elementary, middle, and high schools in the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum area.
01/27/2010After-School All-Stars, Los Angeles$75,023Will assist to enhance its sports program at three charter schools in Central Los Angeles, two in Bell Gardens, and one in El Monte.
01/27/2010Junior Posse Youth Equestrian Program, The$70,000For equipment and uniforms.
01/27/2010Boys & Girls Clubs of San Dieguito$50,000To increase from 8 to 13, the number of middle schools in North San Diego County at which it provides after-school sports programs.
01/27/2010P.F. Bresee Foundation$35,000To enhance existing youth sports programs.
01/27/2010Boys and Girls Clubs of San Fernando Valley$23,000To enhance existing youth sports programs.
01/27/2010Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, Inc.$21,000To enhance existing youth sports programs.
01/27/2010YMCA of Anaheim$20,000To enhance existing youth sports programs.
01/27/2010Harbor City - Harbor Gateway Boys & Girls Club$10,000
01/27/2010Inner City Education Foundation ( Los Angeles)$10,000
01/27/2010Jubilee Consortium (Los Angeles)$10,000
01/27/2010Metropolitan Pony Baseball (Los Angeles)$10,000
01/27/2010Redlands Baseball Softball for Youth$10,000
01/27/2010Santa Clarita Valley Boys and Girls Club$10,000
01/27/2010Toberman Neighborhood Center, Inc. (Los Angeles)$10,000
01/27/2010USGLL (Long Beach)$10,000
01/27/2010West Angeles Community Development Corporation$10,000
01/27/2010Wilshire Softball Association (Los Angeles)$10,000
01/27/2010Youth N Motion Academy Incorporated (Los Angeles)$10,000
01/27/2010Boys and Girls Club of Capistrano Valley$8,000
01/27/2010YMCA of Santa Monica - Westside$7,500