The grants are for youth development, human services, arts and culture
and education, and come from the the foundation's unrestricted and
The Glendale Unified School District received $4,320 for its Latino
Student Initiative, which will pay for field trips for Hispanic students
at Toll and Roosevelt middle schools.
Camp Ronald McDonald for Good Times received $3,000 to sponsor four
Glendale children with cancer at a weeklong camp experience near
Brand Library and Art Center, the Glendale Community College Art
Gallery, and Verdugo Woodlands Elementary School each received $2,000
from the foundation.
Agencies including Foothill Family Services, Glendale Family YMCA, New
Horizons Family Center and YWCA of Glendale also received grants.
The foundation makes grants to local nonprofit organizations in
Glendale, La Canada Flintridge, La Crescenta, Montrose and Verdugo City.