Los Angeles County Charity & Non Profit

Find Los Angeles County California charities and nonprofits. Charities and nonprofits provide information on charitable donations, jobs, volunteering, and events.

20 Million Minds Foundation 595 East Colorado Boulevard Pasadena CA 91101 626-396-7071

5 P Society Minus Society 6229 Eckleson Street Lakewood CA 90713 562-804-4506

911 Help America Foundation 14147 Hawthorne Boulevard Hawthorne CA 90250 310-355-0266

Abbageuse Foundation 2461 Santa Monica Boulevard Santa Monica CA 90404 310-980-3518

Acacia Tree Foundation 2611 Laurel Avenue Manhattan Beach CA 90266 310-546-5927

Adapt4Life Foundation 10802 Arroyo Drive Whittier CA 90604 562-228-6348

Advancement Project 1910 Sunset Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90026 213-989-1300

Afghanistan World Foundation 10560 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90024 310-820-3577

Aids Healthcare Foundation 4227 Lankershim Boulevard Los Angeles CA 91602 631-870-5142

Aids Project 611 South Kingsley Drive Los Angeles CA 90005 213-201-1600

Aids Service Center 65 North Raymond Avenue Pasadena CA 91103 626-441-8495

Alex Martin Johnson Childrens Defense Fund 634 South Spring Street Los Angeles CA 90014 213-355-8787

Alexxander Citizen Foundation 12025 Arkansas Street Artesia CA 90701 562-926-1340

Algalita Marine Research Foundation 148 North Marina Drive Long Beach CA 90803 562-598-4889

Alhambra Teachers Association 3030 West Main Street Alhambra CA 91801 626-289-1933

Alliance Of Abilities 3290 East Spring Street Long Beach CA 90806 562-988-8169

Alliance for Liberty 439 North Canon Drive Beverly Hills CA 90210 310-387-6900

Alo Cultural Foundation 19365 Business Center Drive Los Angeles CA 91324 818-727-7735

Alpert Foundation 1414 6th Street Santa Monica CA 90401 310-393-8500

Alzheimers Association 5900 Wilshire Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90036 323-938-3379

About Charities & Non Profits

What is the difference between a Charity and a Non-Profit?

Charities are Non-Profit organizations, but not all Non-Profits are Charities. Non-profit corporations do not collect profits to benefit any individual. The purpose of the organization determines its classification—Charities are organized to collect money to benefit the general public. If a Non-Profit earns less than a third of its income from public solicitation, the Internal Revenue Service does not classify it as a Charity.

Do Charities have to register with the government?

Yes, in order to benefit from tax-exempt status, Charities must register and file with the state and comply with the federal tax guidelines of the Internal Revenue Service. There are multiple ways to organize and register a Charity depending on the state and the Charity's purpose.

Are donations to a Charity tax-deductible?

In certain cases, Charity donations may be tax-deductible. Some Charities allow donors to make tax-deductible contributions to the organization. However, only Charities that are organized as 501(c)(3) groups allow donors to make tax-deductible contributions.