Corporate Giving in Manhattan Beach

Manhattan Beach Homes is proud to support organizations working to better the Manhattan Beach community. Through the support of our customers and staff, we’re able to contribute to several charities that are near and dear to our hearts. We have a corporate philanthropy / sponsorship program and are always open to deserving non-profits and community organizations (501(3)(c) status) in Manhattan Beach, CA. If you are a non-profit looking for corporate sponsorship, please reach out to us via email or call us at 310-953-4754 and ask for Greg Geilman, indicating corporate sponsorship / philanthropy. Note: funds are limited. 

Giving back to the community is an integral part of our business and we’re honored to have the opportunity to help directly impact our great community. Below are some of the non-profits we support as part of our corporate philanthropy (corporate giving) efforts.

Children's Miracle Network Logo

There are thousands of children within the 170 Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. The hospitals are celebrating 30 years of service this year and over $4.7 billion in donations since opening their doors in 1983. There are 62 children entering one of their hospitals for treatment every minute. 

Bullies and Buddies Logo

Bullies and Buddies is on a mission to break the ever strong stereotype of pit bulls in the community. The charity works as a rescue for pit bulls and aims to find a forever home for all of the rescues that come through its doors. Bullies and Buddies wants to educate the community on how loving pit bulls can truly be. 

Manhattan Beach Education Foundation Logo

Manhattan Beach Education Foundation was founded in 1983 and initially supported small art and music programs. Since its founding, MBEF has grown to a multi-million-dollar commitment. With all of the donations received, the Manhattan Beach school district is able to support small class sizes and countless other academic experiences for students in kindergarten through high school.  

Leadership Manhattan Beach Logo

Leadership Manhattan Beach is a leadership training program that started in 1992. Since its inception, there have been over 400 community members that have taken part in the program. The goal of Leadership Manhattan Beach is to train individuals to become leaders within the community. It serves as an educational tool that teaches the ins and outs of the community and the different programs that are offered. 

Kennedy Krieger Institute Logo

The Kennedy Krieger Institute helps “…adolescents with pediatric developmental disabilities and disorders of the brain, spinal cord and musculoskeletal system…” Their services assist kids with patient care, research and education. The Kennedy Krieger Institute was founded in 1937 and has since grown over its 75 years of service. 

Redondo Beach Education Foundation Logo

The Redondo Beach Education Foundation (RBEF) was founded back in 1991. It’s a non-profit organization that’s geared towards providing funding for programs at local Redondo Beach schools. RBEF was the first educational foundation in California. It has gone through several changes throughout the years and with a new Board of Trustees appointed a few years ago, there has been a strong push to revitalize and grow the program. We are very proud to participate in such a vital resource for Redondo Beach Schools. 

Bullies and Buddies Logo

Led by the American Lung Association, LUNG FORCE is an organization that was founded to educate women about the dangers and risks of lung cancer. Because lung cancer is the #1 killer of women in the United States, LUNG FORCE is focused on creating a strong united front of women that are educated about lung cancer.  

Homeboy Industries Logo

Created back in 1988 by Father Greg Boyle, Homeboy Industries is a non-profit organization that is focused on helping the public and those that are trying to better their lives by leaving the gang community. Father Greg Boyle created the program in an attempt to give former gang members the opportunity to gain skills and find employment. Today, Homeboy Industries has grown to include several services such as tattoo removal, job training, legal services and mental services. The program’s farmers market, cafe, diner and merchandise all bring in a portion of profits that are then funneled back into the different programs and services they offer their members.