American Honda Foundation & Heart of Los Angeles Bring STEM Education to Underserved Youth
Heart of Los Angeles Celebrates 25 Years of Service
Honda has unveiled the newest philanthropic profile in its Community Partners video series. Heart of Los Angeles (HOLA) is a charitable organization that provides underserved youth with state-of-the-art programs in academics, arts and athletics. Now in its 25th year, HOLA serves more than 2,400 youth ages 6 to 24 on a four-building campus in the Rampart District of Los Angeles, where it provides college prep, leadership training, science, technology, engineering, arts and math classes, as well as athletic programs. HOLA also provides community outreach programs including parent workshops and food banks.
About the American Honda Foundation
The American Honda Foundation (AHF) was established to commemorate Honda’s 25th anniversary in the United States. AHF provides grants to U.S. non-profits working in the areas of youth development and scientific education, and provides assistance for communities in need. Since 1984, the Foundation has awarded more than $32 million to organizations collectively serving approximately 115 million people in every U.S state. The AHF supports efforts that reflect the basic tenets, beliefs and philosophies of Honda companies, which are characterized by the following qualities: imaginative, creative, youthful, forward-thinking, scientific, humanistic and innovative. Visit the American Honda Foundation website for more information.