The Science of Mind Spiritual Center Los Angeles Foundation has donated to:

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Big Brothers Big Sisters of greater Los Angeles mentor at-risk children.

Boy’s and Girl’s Club of Burbank
Affordable after school and summer programs for children ages 6 – 18.

Burbank YMCA Summer Day Camp
Nurtures children and teens.

California Police Youth Charities
Providing opportunities to children who may otherwise not get them.

Carol Adams Ministry
Provides nurturing and training to orphan youths in Africa.

Casa De Milagros
Donates items to Peruvian children in need.

Children’s Hope Foundation
Helps meet the social and medical needs of children and youth affected by illness, disability or poverty.

Children’s Hospital-L.A.
L.A.’s first and largest hospital dedicated specifically to treating children.

Covenant House
Provides services to homeless and runaway youth.

CWI Youth Club
CWI Youth and professionals forum is open to all Christian youth and professionals between the ages of 18-45 to protect the interest and welfare of Christians, encourage the participation of Christians in political activities, encourage religious tolerance among all Nigerians, including the freedom of all Nigerians to worship in any part of the country.

Easter Seals
Helps children and adults with disabilities attain greater independence.

Good Shepherd Center
Dedicated to helping children live productive lives.

Gramercy Housing Group
Provides a safe and fun environment for children.

Healing Bridges
Creates positive outcomes in the area of education.

Here’s To Life
To sponsor and promote self-esteem, compassion and positive life choice through art and entertainment to teens at risk, and others who need an uplifting, inspiring, transformational experience.

Homeboy Industries
Serves at-risk and gang involved youth.

Kids for Tomorrow
Supporting education programs that promotes knowledge, creativity, community participation, sustainability, and health.

Los Angeles Conservation Corps
Provides at-risk youth with opportunities.

Los Angeles Times Family Fund
Improves lives of disadvantaged children and youth in Los Angeles.

Los Angeles Youth Network
Youth homeless shelter.

Make-A-Wish Foundation
Wish granting organization for children.

March of Dimes
Information and education about birth defects.

Marine Toys for Tots Foundation
Collection of new toys to be given at Christmas to children in need.

Microlearning Foundation
Improving education for young boys. This center is affiliated with UCLA’s Black Male Institute and the Boys and Girls Club of America.

National Children’s Cancer Society
Children’s health assistance, advocacy and financial aid.

Rosemary Children
Living and treatment centers for at-risk teenage girls.

Save The Children
Global effort to create lasting change in the lives of children in need.

Seeds of Peace
Dedicated to empowering youth in leadership and reconciliation.

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital
Finds cures and saves children with pediatric cancer.

The Trevor Project
Suicide prevention. Pro LGBTQ youth.

Tuesday’s Children
Support and services for the children of global terrorism.

Supports children’s rights, survival, development and protection.

Wonder of Reading
Inspire children to read.

World Vision
Helps children in need.