Best Nonprofits In Los Angeles 2019 So Far

Great Nonprofits produce a list of the best performing nonprofits every year based on volunteers, donors, and recipients reviews. Whilst we may only be half way through 2019 (already?) we thought we would share the best nonprofits to work for in Los Angeles nonprofits.

 

1. Last Chance For Animals 

Last Chance believes there should be an end to animal abuse and deserve basic rights protecting them from humans.

 

2. The Art of Elysium 

Through partnerships with digital platforms, brands, non-profits and influencers they are innovating what it means to be a charitable arts organization by building a community of artists that use their creative potential to help make the world a better place.

 

3. Bichons and Buddies

Bichons and Buddies has been dedicated to the rescue of homeless and unwanted  Bichons, Bichon mixes and other small dog breeds since 2004, ensuring they are placed in a forever home that will provide them with the love and care they deserve. 

 

4. SQ Foundation 

SQ Foundation provide food, medicine, water, education, shelter and more to children, adults, animals and communities in need around the World. Over the years they have supported projects in 13 countries worldwide, working with organizations and passionate leaders who are often overlooked by larger institutions, and where a relatively small amount of funds go a long way.

 

5. Get Lit Words Ignite

California-based arts education nonprofit that has transformed the landscape of teen literacy by empowering new generations in literature, self-expression and performing arts.

 

6. Find Your Light Foundation

Josh Groban's Find Your Light Foundation is dedicated to ensuring that every child has the opportunity to experience a quality arts education. 

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