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Same City Los Angeles 2016 Projects

Proceeds from our crowd-funded Same City Los Angeles campaign will support projects in some of the most underserved areas of Los Angeles. Each selected project will tackle issues of 1) food justice, 2) education, or 3) neighborhood beautification. We are striving for a healthier and happier city, from the ground up.  

 Join the movement to make every neighborhood a great place to live!

Gabba Alley Project

The Gabba Alley Project turns ‘blight into bright’ by transforming run-down alleys into beautiful neighborhood spaces to be enjoyed.

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Ron Finley Project /Da FUNction

"Gangsta Gardner" Ron Finley's Da FUNction is designed to change the culture around food. This goal of this event is to redesign lives and take back our community.

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LA Kitchen Edible Garden Project

L.A. Kitchen’s Teaching Garden project will bring beauty, healthy food and community to the neighborhood of Lincoln Heights.

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SoLA Food Co-op

The vision for SoLA Food Co-op was born of the ongoing food justice issues that have burdened South Los Angeles for generations. SoLA wants to triple their membership base, with your help.

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Cooking Laboratory

Cooking Laboratory’s mission is to inspire Americans to make healthier eating choices. CLab wants to construct a community garden and produce double, if not triple, the amount of food for families in need.

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Community Services Unlimited Inc. (CSU)

CSU wants to transform their no-longer operating “Veggie Bus” into a classroom, plant nursery and seed library that will be permanently based at the Paul Robeson Community Wellness Center, in South L.A.

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Las Fotos Project

Las Fotos Project introduces teen girls from East, South and Central L.A. to the art of photography as a means of introspection and storytelling. Las Fotos will work with 100 girls to create an exhibition with over 300 self-portraits.

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