Los propuestas en la categoría de jugar
Angel City Sports
Construyendo accesibilidad para personas con discapacidades
Angel City Sports apoya a las personas con discapacidades a alcanzar su máximo potencial para involucrarse con sus comunidades, así como ayudar a la comunidad a descubrir cómo practicar de manera proactiva y respetuosa la inclusión de la discapacidad. Para lograr esto, creamos un amplio espectro de oportunidades de bienestar adaptativo para adultos y niños con discapacidades físicas para apoyar su bienestar físico, mental y emocional. El público tiene la oportunidad de participar en estas actividades de adaptación, creando una mayor conexión y conciencia.
Bicycle Kitchen/La Bici-Cocina
Bikes for the People
What has two wheels and can simultaneously address social, environmental, and economic injustice issues? By providing free bikes, accessories, and bike maintenance and safety courses to underserved individuals lacking access to transportation, the Bicycle Kitchen can increase their mobility and access to fundamental resources. This also provides them with the empowerment, enjoyment, and health benefits of owning and riding a bike that they know how to repair themselves if needed.
Bob Baker Marionette Theater
City’s First Marionette Mobile to Unify a Post-Covid LA
An LA2050 grant will support the launch of a county-wide Marionette Mobile run by the Bob Baker Marionette Theater to bring self-contained, COVID-compliant puppet performances to every corner of Los Angeles. Each show will serve to connect intergenerational communities through the art of puppetry– and focus on the emotional and healing impact puppets can have on children and young adults.
Books & Buckets
Upgrading My Game and My Brain
At Books and Buckets, we will empower Washington Neighborhood Youth with a Basketball Academy, Guided Reading and Comprehension Help, and Mentoring. Our program aims to provide student-athletes with the fundamental skills that empower them to succeed on the court, in the classroom, and in their community. Our academy undertakes place-based change that focuses on a neighborhood impact, with an aspiring and promising community of strong and powerful Black and Brown youth who have been historically underserved.
Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence
Team ENOUGH: A Youth-Led, ‘Supply-Side’ Approach to Ending Gun Violence in L.A.
90% of guns recovered from crimes come from just 5% of gun dealers who put profit over public safety, flooding Black and Brown communities with guns. Direct service organizations work to decrease the demand for guns--but to make sustainable change and end LA’s epidemic of community gun violence, we must target the sources of guns instead of just the trigger-pullers. Brady is the only organization taking this ‘supply-side’ approach. With your support, we will mobilize young Los Angelenos around our supply-side solutions to gun violence in LA.
Child Development Institute
CDI Early Learning Center Reseda Outdoor Garden Area
The CDI Early Learning Center (ELC) in Reseda Outdoor Garden Area will provide children ages 0-6 and their families in this underserved community with a multipurpose space to play and bond with other children and families, and participate in classes that promote children’s healthy development and parent-child attachment. Families will also have access to CDI’s free child developmental screening and food programs. This resource will be critical for helping families – primarily low-income and Latinx – recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.
WalkLAvia - Un proyecto de CicLAvia, LA Forward y Los Angeles Walks
¡WalkLAvia es una semana dedicada para que los residentes de Los Ángeles vuelvan a salir y se diviertan juntos! Diseñado para abordar el costo social y emocional de la pandemia de COVID-19, las actividades de WalkLAvia brindarán a las personas los medios y la confianza para reinventar sus calles de manera que promuevan la seguridad y la alegría para todos.
Color the Water
Alegres lecciones de surf antirracista para personas negras, indígenas y de color (BIPOC)
A través de lecciones de surf gratuitas para personas negras, indígenas y de color (BIPOC), educación sobre la historia y cultura del surf y contenido multimedia original que eleva la representación, Color the Water se compromete a luchar contra el racismo, recuperar la tierra y las aguas costeras y cambiar la cultura del surf en Los Ángeles. Estamos transformando la cultura del surf de la forma agresiva y territorial que es ahora en algo similar a sus raíces: el surf basado en el amor y el respeto por el océano centrado en el compartir, la comunidad y la compasión, mientras ayudamos a los surfistas a cuidar y proteger el océano y a cada uno. otro.
Creative Acts - Art Attacks! : Civic Engagement in Juvenile Halls and Camps
Our Art Attacks! Program is designed to civically engage incarcerated youth through play. Using visual art, music, and theatre games, participants learn the value of their voice and their vote in local community organizing and engagement. They also forge relationships with students from the March For Our Lives anti-gun violence organization and those with lived experience of incarceration to make real change together in their communities as they return from prison. In 2020, 100% of our eligible students voted in the Presidential election!
East Side Rider's Bike Club
Cambio de comunidad ciclista
East Side Riders Bike Club brinda a los niños en Watts una alternativa a las pandillas y las drogas al organizar paseos en bicicleta en grupo seguros para COVID-19, comprar cascos y bicicletas usadas para niños que viven en la pobreza, enseñar seguridad y reparación de bicicletas y trabajar con el gobierno y los líderes comunitarios para crear carriles de circulación segura para bicicletas. Practicamos el servicio comunitario, que ayuda a los niños a desarrollar su confianza y autoestima mientras construyen un sentido de comunidad. Durante COVID-19 hemos estado alimentando a familias hambrientas y limpiezas de la comunidad además de nuestros paseos en grupo.
Youth of Promise
There are two Pasadenas. The city has one of the largest wealth disparities in California, and this disparity traps communities in cycles of poverty, violence and incarceration. Flintridge Center works to break these cycles through the Youth of Promise program, an afterschool enrichment program that invest deeply in youth exposed to trauma and adverse childhood experiences. We know that when we provide care instead of punishment and opportunity instead of incarceration, youth will realize their full potential.
Fountain Community Gardens
Building Community in an Urban Green Space
Building Community in an Urban Greenspace is a program to encourage safe community engagement, sustainable healthy living, and increased access to a rare neighborhood amenity - an organic community garden, where people can gather around the benefits of a green oasis in a densely populated urban area. The FCG Steering Committee will plan, organize, and host innovative workshops and creative garden events to connect, teach, uplift, and enrich our beneficiaries while supporting the environment
VIDA! Health and Wellness Compton
Gasol Foundation's VIDA! Health and Wellness empowers children and their families with tools and support to live a healthier lifestyle and improve their overall well-being . By tackling the complex issue of childhood obesity, we are not only building a world where all children enter adulthood physically and mentally equipped to thrive, we are also indirectly addressing some of the largest societal, economic and health issues of our time.
Harlem Lacrosse & Leadership
Keep PLAYing: High School Program Expansion
Harlem Lacrosse seeks to expand its high school programs and staff, and teach even more students in South LA, Compton, and Inglewood how to PLAY lacrosse. This year 12 seniors, who began Harlem Lacrosse’s transformational lacrosse program as middle schoolers, were accepted into four year colleges; of those dozen trailblazers, many will be first generation college students, and 7 will be college lacrosse players despite most never attending a school with a HS program. Imagine the impact Harlem Lacrosse could have with more staff and resources!
Integrated Recovery Network
Rethink MacArthur Park
In order to begin changing the narrative of housing-insecure individuals and lack of neighborhood safety at MacArthur Park, Integrated Recovery Network proposes the Rethink MacArthur Park Initiative which will employ the housing-insecure individuals who reside there and the neighboring area, to provide supplemental maintenance to the park while providing supplemental income and job history to some of the city's most vulnerable Angelinos.
LA Promise Fund
Why Not? Play in South LA
Why Not? Play in South LA addresses play equity. In South LA, youth do not have the same access to sports programs as their more affluent peers. LA Promise Fund has partnered with NBA star Russell Westbrook to operate the Russell Westbrook Why Not? Academy in South LA, with a shared vision centered on the needs of the whole child, striving to support students as athletes, activists and academic achievers. LA2050 funding will support the “athletes” component of this vision, helping us to build a robust sports program.
Los Angeles Audubon Society
Nature is in PLAY
Our Nature Is in Play Project aims to connect all Angelenos to the inspiring, energizing, and healing benefits of nature in the city. Nature is in play at all of Los Angeles Audubon’s outdoor and online programs that connect diverse communities to nature walks, community-based science programs, habitat restoration, and nature sketching at schools, neighborhoods, parks and beaches throughout LA County.
Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation
Leveling the Playing Field for Black Youth, Girls, and Teens through Dodgers RBI
Through Dodgers RBI, LADF levels the playing field for low-income communities and those experiencing social injustices by making baseball/softball more accessible to racial/ethnic minority youth, refurbishing dilapidated fields in underserved areas, and delivering health, educational, racial equity and leadership development resources to promote healing for Los Angeles’ most vulnerable youth. Black youth, girls, and teens are significantly underrepresented in sports, and why we focus on recruiting these groups to participate in Dodgers RBI.
Los Angeles Maritime Institute
Sail Away Weekends
LAMI’s Sail Away Weekends provide at no charge an extraordinary adventure to heal and bond families of Los Angeles homicide victims through a partnership with Justice For Murdered Children. Inaccessible to many due to cost and lack of familiarity, families set off on a one-night, two-day weekend voyage of excitement and respite. They sail a tall ship, participate in safe water activities, and overnight at Catalina Island. Sharing this new and challenging recreational experience in a safe and supported environment is the essence of healing PLAY.
Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust
Developing Healthy, Active Green Spaces in Communities Who Need It Most
Every child deserves the ability to walk to a park no matter their zip code. The Los Angeles Neighborhood Land Trust will work until every child in Los Angeles has equal access to the clean, safe and active green spaces they need.
Nature for All
All Aboard for Nature Community Access Program
All Aboard for Nature will provide equitable and sustainable access to Los Angeles’ natural areas for targeted low-income families to our local mountains, regional parks, and beaches. We will provide a total of 10 free trips to Los Angeles’ natural areas and interpretive programming to more than 500 community members without access to a vehicle or public transportation, many of whom will visit our nearby public lands for the first time. Participants will be able to improve their physical and mental well-being by having access to nature.
Project:Camp Pop-up Day Camps
Project:Camp sets up pop-up day camps to support children, parents, and their communities in the wake of disaster. We work with community partners to launch pop-up day camps when disaster strikes and to prepare them to launch their own pop-up day camps in preparation for future disasters.
Re-Entry and Covid relief services
With funding Resilient will enhance the program re-entry and covid 19 relief services for 12 months. Resilient will be able to hire full time workers who can put a strategic effort focus on organizing methods to increase outreach for the re-entry programs resulting in more youth and individuals obtaining employment, and paid career skill development. Also, Resilient will be able to enhance their PPE and Food distributions by widening the number of people receiving PPE and groceries. The goal of the program will be to reduce recidivism.
SCGA Junior Golf Foundation - Player and Youth Development LA
The SCGA Junior Golf Foundation’s Player and Youth Development program uses golf as a vehicle to develop successful kids by creating a safe, engaged community that inspires our youth through mentorship and empowerment. We create equity in the game by bringing an affordable, all-inclusive golf program to communities of need. Through intentional golf and positive youth development curriculums, we promote healthy lifestyles, high-impact character attributes and connections to local role models.
Sloane Stephens Foundation
Amor, amor, Compton - Fundación Sloane Stephens
La campeona del US Open Sloane Stephens lanzó Amor, Amor Compton en 2015 para combatir las desigualdades sociales, económicas y académicas en Compton mediante la creación de oportunidades educativas y espacios seguros para jugar y crecer. La programación de tenis de Fundación Sloane Stephens (SSF, por sus siglas en inglés) está diseñada para impactar positivamente las vidas de nuestros estudiantes mucho más allá de la cancha de tenis. SSF cree en el poder transformador de los hábitos saludables, la confianza en uno mismo y la educación, y utiliza el tenis como nuestro vehículo para cambiar la narrativa de la pobreza, la inequidad en la salud y el subdesarrollo educativo en Compton.
Southern California Committee for the Olympic Games
Ready, Set, Gold! Virtual Program
Ready, Set, Gold! is a community health, fitness and social and emotional learning (SEL) program that promotes healthy and active lifestyles to children in Southern California schools. RSG! believes that every student should have equal access to resources that support physical and mental health, and academic achievement.
Sprouts of Promise
LA's Mobile Farm
Sprouts of Promise wants all LA kids to have access to growing vegetables! With an LA2050 grant, we’ll convert a box truck into a farm on wheels and drive it to schools, parking lots and playgrounds. Prioritizing food deserts that lack green space, we’ll give city kids hands-on experience with growing veggies, fruit, and earthworms. When possible, we'll bring ultra-fresh excess produce from our farmers' markets. * In the US, poor diet is a leading cause of death. But ample studies show that kids with gardens eat their vegetables.
Street Simplified LLC
Slashing Street Crashes With Artificial Intelligence
248 Angelos died crossing streets or biking home last year. Using video & AI, we’ll probe 20 deadly intersections for pedestrians and cyclists and we’ll give agencies across the county the data they need to solve them.
Street Soccer USA
Community Stakeholder Hiring and Mini Pitch Construction
This grant will support Street Soccer USA's Los Angeles chapter in building highly accessible futsal courts on unused land, and hiring and retaining coaches, site managers and administrators from within the Watts and Long Beach communities. By providing specific access to these employment opportunities and safe play spaces for community stakeholders, we will ensure the continued growth and autonomy of the communities where programs are being provided.
The Children's Lifesaving Foundation
Help CLF Bring 1,000 Underserved Youth to Surf & Wilderness Camp!
Help us send underserved youth to Summer Camp! Since 1993, more than 75,000 children have attended Camp for All, a program which provides crucial outdoor educational and positive social experiences to transitioning homeless and underserved youth from urban and shelter environments. Camp for All is designed to provide positive, educational, enriching, life-affirming outdoor experiences, which highlight care for our natural environment and marine eco-system, and aim to renew the child's sense of play and sense of hope-all in LA's own backyard!
The Surf Bus Foundation
Surf Bus at The Shore
We aim to create four high school surf teams of fifteen students each and offer sustained coaching support from regions of Los Angeles historically blocked from ocean access. Our project begins with an immersive surf camping trip to historic surf spot, San Onofre State Beach, for 60 student athletes. From there, we will host consistent monthly surf practices and twelve overnight weekend trips to The Shore Hotel in Santa Monica to get "contest participation ready" for the Ohana Nalu Surf Series, a group of six contests during the school year.
Tree of Life Child and Family Services
(OPPORTUNITY YOUTH) CHOOSE PLAY HEAL GROW
South LA Opportunity Youth (OY), ages 16-24, will receive: 1) Abundant and enjoyable recreational opportunities (applying the trauma-informed care practice of choice); & 2) Acquire a sense of belonging via engaging in culturally responsive social & emotional learning activities. OY will receive: 1) mental health support to mitigate risks & promote healing from experienced trauma & adverse childhood experiences; & 2) opportunities for engagement with others through PLAY (exploring outdoors & our natural environment) & social media activities.
Healing Power of Coaches
Up2Us Sports’ Healing Power of Coaches program is a citywide effort to ramp up the support and training of trauma-informed coaches who will inspire the health and wellbeing of Los Angeles youth through access to PLAY post-pandemic. Our two-pronged approach will leverage LA2050 support to increase the number of coaches working with youth in LA’s most underserved communities and provide training citywide to 1,000 sports coaches in positive youth development programs who use play to impact their physical, social-emotional and academic health.
Urban Peace Institute
Safe Parks Save Lives
Harvard Park is surrounded by children and families who deserve a safe place to play, but they are unable to access their local park because of pervasive community violence. The Urban Peace Institute will combat rising gun and gang violence levels by empowering peacemakers and community leaders to create neighborhood safety. New peace ambassadors will collaborate with trained community leaders to reduce violence, and ensure children and families feel safe enough to play at Harvard Park.