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Thank you for your support for college and career readiness for students in grades 3-12 in the South Los Angeles area. See other donors below.

“The Al Wooten Jr. Youth Center provides resources and love for youth and families in the South Los Angeles community. We are proud to partner and serve with them in helping meet needs and provide education and tools to strengthen tomorrow's leaders.” 


Latrice McGlothin, Executive Director, Kinecta Community Foundation

Thank you to our donors

The Wooten Center is a nonprofit organization supported by a mix of foundations, corporations, and individual donors, including our board members and other event sponsors.


Thank you to the following foundations and corporations for providing grant support for our youth programs.

  • Ahmanson Foundation, $150,000

  • All Ways Up Foundation, $5,000

  • Amity Foundation/LA County, $189,000

  • Annenberg Foundation, $85,000

  • Bank of America Charitable Foundation, $20,000

  • California Community Foundation, $75,000

  • California Violence Intervention and Prevention Program, $525,000

  • Carrie Estelle Doheny Foundation, $10,000

  • Councilman Marqueece Harris Dawson CD8 Community Grant, $75,000

  • The Crail-Johnson Foundation, $10,000

  • Barry DeGeorge Trust Fund, $10,000

  • Durfee Foundation, $30,000

  • Dwight Stuart Youth Fund, $15,000

  • The Green Foundation, $30,000

  • The G.R.E.E.N. Foundation, $15,000

  • Kaiser Permanente, $20,000

  • Kinecta Federal Credit Union, $10,000

  • John Mohme Foundation, $56,500

  • The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation, $25,000

  • Pepperdine University, Seaver College, Nonprofit Leadership Collaborative, $5,000

  • Rebuilding Together of the City of Angels, $13,500

  • Reissa Foundation, $5,000

  • S. Mark Taper Foundation, $50,000

  • Southwest Neighborhood Council, $1,250

  • Specialty Family Foundation, $25,000

  • The Weingart Foundation, $200,000

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