At the William H. Tilley Family Foundation, we prioritize working with organizations that take a human-centered approach to the complex challenges they confront.
Through this lens, we seek grantees that make vital resources accessible, promote awareness, and create lasting impact, all while forming strong bonds and family-like community.
Located in North Hollywood, California, Hands4HopeLA (H4H) provides support to youth and their parents from low-income, underserved, predominantly single-parent minority households to improve their quality of life.
For Ages 8 – 18, H4H offers S.T.E.A.M.-based after-school programs and low-cost academic summer camps in a safe and supportive environment. During the school year, Monday through Thursday until 6:30pm, H4H provides students with free daily snacks, one-on-one tutoring support and enrichment classes. Their engaged staff, volunteers and instructors create a safe and personalized learning environment to help youth build relationships as they strengthen academic skills and learn new talents. While parents and caregivers are working, Hands4Hope LA works to feel like a home away from home, partnering with families to support student social, emotional and academic needs.
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with whom WE WORK
Alliance For Childrenʼs Rights
CASA of Los Angeles
Childrenʼs Hospital LA
Audrey Hepburn CARES Center
Jonathan Club Scholarship Fund
Mindful Veteran Project mindfulveteranproject.org
Southern California Grantmakers
Los Angeles County Veteran Peer Access Network (VPAN)
UCLA Nathanson Family Resilience Center
West Coast Care
YMCA of the Greater San Gabriel Valley