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Our Focus

Each year, The Rose Hills Foundation awards hundreds of grants to nonprofits working to address the needs of the most vulnerable communities in Los Angeles County.


The Foundation is committed to helping organizations that are working to expand access to educational opportunities and ensuring schools have the resources needed to prepare students to thrive in school, work, and life.

Caltech Grantee Spotlight

Grantee Spotlight: Caltech

The California Institute of Technology (Caltech) is one of the world’s leading science and engineering institutions. Through education and innovation, Caltech continues to provide its students and faculty with an environment that fosters some of the brightest minds to improve our understanding of the world and better communities everywhere. The Foundation provides funding to recruit diverse students and faculty.

Arts, Culture & Community

The Foundation supports a variety of organizations working to ensure access for all to artistic, cultural, and community-based programs. We recognize that many artistic and cultural institutions serve as anchors in our region and support their efforts to enrich and enhance quality of life for generations to come.

Inner-City Arts Grantee Spotlight

grantee Spotlight: Inner-City Arts

Founded in 1989, Inner-City Arts (ICA) provides age-specific, sequential arts education to over 5,500 K-12 students each year. ICA’s mission is to engage young people in the creative process to shape a society of creative, confident, and collaborative individuals.

At-Risk Youth & Families

The Foundation gives to a wide range of nonprofits working to support our community’s at-risk youth and families. We believe it is vital to help these organizations which are building stronger, healthier neighborhoods and communities across the region.

My Friend's Place Grantee Spotlight

Grantee Spotlight: My Friend’s Place

My Friend’s Place offers supportive services to homeless youth between the ages of 12 and 25, and their children. The organization’s resource center and day shelter in Hollywood provides free, flexible, and non-mandatory services, with the aim of breaking the devastating cycle of chronic homelessness.

Human Services

The Foundation supports nonprofits working to uplift those who suffer from poverty, hunger, unemployment, and lack of healthcare to help meet the basic needs of residents within our region.

Food Forward Grantee Spotlight

Grantee Spotlight: Food Forward

With 1 in 9 people in Southern California lacking access to adequate food, Food Forward is fighting hunger and preventing food waste by bringing surplus fruits and vegetables to people experiencing food insecurity across Los Angeles.