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Enterprise awards over $440,000 to 10 Southern California nonprofits to help advance social and racial equity

This month, Enterprise granted $449,000 to 10 nonprofits in Southern California including Los Angeles Urban League, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Inland Empire and Bridge Builders Foundation Inc.

These organizations embody the spirit of Enterprise Holdings’ ROAD Forward initiative in working to drive change in three key areas: early childhood development, youth health and wellness, and career and college preparation. This is the second year the company has provided grants to these organizations in the region as part of its five-year $55 million commitment, announced last year, to drive change in communities.

Local grant recipient organizations were selected from hundreds of nominations by Enterprise employees on behalf of nonprofits in Southern California and the organizations are thrilled for the support. Beyond the monetary donation, the local Enterprise group has maintained a 20+ year relationship with the Boys and Girls Club of Long Beach.

Benefitting Organizations (Southern California):

  • Los Angeles Urban League – $43,200
  • National Coalition 100 Black Men, Inc. of the Inland Empire – $43,200
  • Urban League of San Diego County – $43,200
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Inland Empire – $45,600
  • Boys and Girls Club of Long Beach – $45,600
  • Los Angeles Brotherhood Crusade – $45,600
  • National Coalition 100 Black Women, Inc., Los Angeles Chapter – $45,600
  • National Coalition 100 Black Women, Inc., Orange County Chapter – $45,600
  • National Coalition of 100 Black Men, Inc., Los Angeles Chapter – $45,600
  • Bridge Builders Foundation Inc. – $45,800
This article was released by Enterprise Holdings.

Editor’s Note: Emphasis added.