UCLA groups follow in the Sustainable LA Grand Challenge’s footsteps, compete in My LA2050 Grants Challenge

November 17, 2016
The South Bay Center for Counseling entered the My LA2050 Grants Challenge with a project called Co/Lab that would help county residents form neighborhood advocacy groups to address local issues.
(Courtesy of Chandelle Wiede)

In 2014, the Goldhirsh Foundation awarded $100,000 to the Sustainable LA Grand Challenge as part of the My LA2050 Grants Challenge. This year, two UCLA-affiliated groups—the Now Institute and the South Bay Center for Counseling—have entered the competition and hope to earn funding for civic engagement and urban planning-related projects.

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