Fund Distribution Agencies Processing Fees
The following Charities can process your direct designation donation(s) to any other charity that is a 501(c)(3).
Charity Administrative Fee
Asian Pacific Community Fund - 15%
Brotherhood Crusade - 10%
Community Health Charities - 15%
City of Hope - 100% of your donation goes directly to support City of Hope’s programs to support cancer research, treatment and prevention.
EarthShare California - 20%
LAFA - 10%
United Latino Fund - 10%
United Negro College Fund - 12.5%
United Way of Greater Los Angeles - 9%
Variety - 7%
Asian Pacific Community Fund
The Asian Pacific Community Fund (APCF) is a network of 29 community organizations serving over 225,000 people annually in a total of 27 Asian languages plus English and Spanish. As the only Asian and Pacific Islander community-based fund in Southern California, APCF is focused on providing culturally sensitive programs and services to meet the complex and diverse needs of the Asian and Pacific Islander community.
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Contact person: Christine Lee, Development Manager
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Number: (213) 624-6400 (ext. 4)
Founded in 1968, the Brotherhood Crusade's principal mission is dedicated to building and sustaining an institution that raises funds and resources from within the community and distributes those funds directly back into the community. The Brotherhood Crusade has been dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for families & youth throughout Los Angeles and surrounding communities. We provide financial and supportive services to multi-cultural programs that address health, education, social welfare, economic development and youth development issues. Brotherhood Crusade has a history of building alliances with other organizations, corporations and foundations of goodwill that are committed to and understand the tremendous need for helping our community.
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Contact person: Stacy Hill-Williams, Communications and Development Director
Email: email@example.com Phone Number: (213) 846-1649
City of Hope
City of Hope delivers scientific miracles that make lives whole again. We are a world leader in cancer research, treatment and prevention. Here, doctors partner with scientists to transform laboratory breakthroughs into treatments that outsmart cancer, as well as diabetes and other life-threatening diseases. Compassion is the heart of our approach. We care for the whole person, not just the body, so your life after cancer can be rich and rewarding. At City of Hope, we combine science with soul to work miracles.
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Contact Person: Elise Longpree, Senior Director of Workplace Giving and Employee Engagement
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Number (626) 218-0278
Community Health Charities
Community Health Charities (CHC) is the largest healthcare fund-raising umbrella group in California with over 50 member charities and over 40+ years of trusted service. CHC's member charities provide needed patient services and referrals, funds medical research, distributes information on disease, and conducts professional and public education. Their member charities cover the health needs of everyone from pre-natal/infants to senior citizens. CHC's website, "Health Matters at Work" offers locations of local support groups, information on free or low-cost summer camp programs for children with chronic or debilitating diseases, financial and veteran's resources.
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Contact person: Raquel Sanchez, Client Relationship Manager
Email: email@example.com Phone Number: (925) 521-6516
EarthShare California is a network of carefully selected environmental charities. Part of the national EarthShare network, EarthShare California offers business partners the opportunity to connect with the most respected organizations, offering solutions to environmental business questions, volunteer opportunities and networking. Our member organizations have been instrumental in maintaining the California landscape, and many have influenced eco-friendly legislation, including the tax credit for energy efficient vehicles.
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Contact person: Pat Smith, Executive Director
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Number: 323.725.9404
Los Angeles Foundation on Aging
The City of Los Angeles Department of Aging established the Home-Delivered Meals Program, also known as MEALS ON WHEELS LOS ANGELES, in 1988. The goal of the program is to provide at least one hot, nutritional meal on a daily basis to low-income, frail elderly in the City of Los Angeles.
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Contact person: Brian Sadowski, LAFA Coordinator
Email: email@example.com Phone Number: (213) 482-7252
The LA Trust for Children's Health
The L.A. Trust for Children's Health strives to improve student health and educational outcomes by providing access to integrated health care services on school campuses for the children, families, and communities of Los Angeles.
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Contact person: Krystle Gupilan, Communications & Marketing Associate
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Number: (213) 241-3863
United Latinx Fund
United Latinx Fund (ULF) is helping to strengthen Los Angeles by investing in our Latino community. Through our Community Grants Program, ULF is able to give grants to deserving, grassroots, non-profit organizations. Employee donations help ULF fund programs that serve the Latino community in the areas of education- in particular non-profit organizations that offer afterschool activities that help keep youth safe and healthy; and health & wellness- particularly funding organizations that are helping to prevent diabetes and obesity in the Latino community. With the generous support of employee donations, ULF has been able to establish itself as one of the only funds solely dedicated to advancing the lives of Latinos in Los Angeles County.
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Contact person; Richard Corral
Email: email@example.com Phone Number: 747-215-9689
United Negro College Fund
United Negro College Fund's mission is to build a robust and nationally-recognized pipeline of under-represented students who, because of UNCF support, become highly-qualified college graduates and to ensure that our network of member institutions is a respected model of best practice in moving students to and through college.
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Contact person: Harry Fulmore, Regional Development Director - Workplace
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Number: (213) 639-3800 (ext. 3811)
United Way of Greater Los Angeles
United Way of Greater Los Angeles is committed to breaking the cycle of poverty, so everyone who lives in our communities can have a better quality of life. We are focused on providing long-term solutions in the three interconnected: helping people have access to permanent housing with supportive services, helping students graduate from high school prepared for college and the workplace, and helping people become financially stable.
As one of the oldest and largest organization of its kind in Los Angeles, United Way of Greater Los Angeles has a history of results that spans over eight decades.
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Contact person: Gabriel Argumaniz
Email: email@example.com Phone Number: (213) 808-6611
Variety - the Children's Charity of Southern California
Variety is dedicated to inspiring hope, enriching lives and building a better future for the children of Southern California. We pride ourselves on being able to act nimbly in order to meet the evolving conditions encompassing our region -addressing each case in a timely, impartial manner.
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Contact person: Elizabeth O’Neil, Executive Director
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone Number: (323) 655-1547