• Kids In Sports ($456,210) -- to continue to provide year-round sports opportunities to more than 5,400 girls and boys through 11 sports clubs.
• LA’s BEST ($300,000) -- enable 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.
• Southern California Tennis Association ($150,000) -- to provide tennis instruction and equipment to 8,500 youngsters at 130 summer sites and 35-year round sites throughout Southern California.
• Mt. San Antonio Community College District ($110,000) -- to 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.
• The Boys & Girls Club of Pomona Valley ($75,000) -- for a new gym floor and other improvements to its gymnasium.
• Play Rugby-California Inc. ($75,000) -- to bring flag rugby to 1,200 youngsters at 50 sites throughout Los Angeles.
• Special Olympics Southern California ($50,000) -- for expenses associated with its School Partnership Program that offers youngsters with intellectual disabilities the opportunity to participate in after school sports programs.
• The JCA Swim Team, Inc. ($29,781) -- funding for swim suits, swim equipment and to provide scholarships. JCA serves youngsters in the Exposition Park area of Los Angeles.
• Foundation for Interscholastic Youth Athletics ($28,000) -- to bring after-school sports opportunities to youngsters attending 35 charter middle schools in Los Angeles.
• Hollenbeck Police Business Council Inc. ($25,000) -- for a new boxing ring and boxing instructors for its well-known boxing program serving youth in Boyle Heights.
• Catholic Charities, Inc. ($25,000) to provide a middle-school soccer program in parishes of need in Los Angeles.
• Apple Valley Police Community Activity League ($25,000) -- to support its boxing program benefiting youngsters in the High Desert area of San Bernardino County.
• Girls Incorporated of Greater Santa Barbara ($25,000) -- to support its seasonal sports programs serving more than 200 girls.
• KidWorks Community Development Corporation ($25,000) -- to support the sports programs it offers boys and girls living in the underserved Towsend/Myrtle neighborhood in Santa Ana.
• YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles ($23,400) -- to support the Montebello-Commerce YMCA basketball, softball and soccer youth sports programs.
Under the Foundation’s small grants program, 11 organizations were awarded grants up to $10,000 each to assist them in their sports programming.
• Boys & Girls Club of Carlsbad ($10,000)
• Boys & Girls of Club of Carson ($10,000)
• Hawks Track Club, Inc. ($7,000) (East San Fernando Valley)
• Glendora American Little League ($5,500)
• Little League Baseball Inc. – Alhambra American ($7,200)
• Little League Baseball Inc. – Central Altadena ($10,000)
• El Centro Police Activities League ($10,000) (Imperial County)
• Santa Clarita Valley Athletic Association ($10,000)
• Santa Monica Youth Football and Cheer Association ($10,000)
• United Track Club, Inc. ($7,000) (Ventura County)
• Wilshire Softball Association ($10,000)