El Pueblo de Los Angeles Historical Monument is the birthplace of Los Angeles and the Mayor’s Fund is proud to help shine light on this cultural asset.
The 2020 Census Goodwill Ambassador program became even more important during the COVID-19 pandemic to ensure Angelenos were aware of, and able, to complete their 2020 census forms.
Involvement in the criminal justice system shouldn’t mean an end to all future opportunities. We helped support a free legal clinic for former offenders to get back on their feet and build better lives.
The National League of Cities 2018 City Summit brought 3,800 local government representatives and elected officials from across the country to Los Angeles to discuss local-level challenges and learn from L.A.’s example.
The Mayor’s Office of Volunteerism and Engagement launched in 2016 to support Angelenos who want to make a positive change in this city. VolunteerLA is the platform used to connect Angelenos to volunteer opportunities to promote civic engagement.
Summer Night Lights is a nationally recognized model of effective civic partnerships. By keeping L.A. parks open during summer nights, SNL curtains crime and provides space and programming for families and young people.
The Purposeful Aging Los Angeles (PALA) initiative is a multi-sector partnership created to help the L.A. region prepare for a dramatic demographic shift in the older adult population in the coming years.
Great Streets envisions L.A. thoroughfares that are accessible and useful to all. MFLA is backing a key partnership initiative to support small businesses along the city’s first 15 Great Streets.
The Young Ethnographers summer jobs program gave 50 youth from L.A.’s Promise Zone a chance to survey their communities and build skills.
The MFLA & First Lady Amy Elaine Wakeland led an effort to replace care packages for homebound senior citizens.