Two Culver City non-profit organizations are among the recipients of the Los Angeles-based California Community Foundation grant awards.
The Foundation awards money three times a year to qualified nonprofit organizations through grants in the arts, education, health care, housing and neighborhoods, human development and civic engagement.
“Thanks to the generosity of donors past and present, CCF continues to make grants at a relatively high and consistent level,'' said CCF President and CEO Antonia Hernandez, in an official statement. “We strongly encourage more foundations, corporations and households to invest in the Los Angeles of today and tomorrow with us by helping stabilize and sustain community-based organizations,” he added.
According to the Foundation, grants are generally two-year awards based on criteria including community impact of the program or service, leadership and management, effectiveness of the overseeing board and financial position.
- This article was compiled with information from City News Service.