Giving back is the heart of Champion Event Productions. It is our passion to help others serve. We have partnered with Los Angeles based non-profit organizations in giving 5% of all service and package fees to assist in their causes and humanitarian efforts. These charities include:
Founded in 1924, we are one of the oldest nonprofit mental health organizations in the country. We use four cornerstones: service, education, advocacy and training, to create opportunities for adults and young adults living with a mental health diagnosis to recover full, meaningful lives. We serve Los Angeles County, California, with direct service sites in Long Beach and Lancaster. Our service programs are based on our nationally recognized and replicated model of recovery. We reach out to people living on the streets through our homeless services programs, one of which offers the unique provision of integrated mental and physical healthcare through our collaboration with The Children's Clinic. Our full-service partnerships provide multi-dimensional tools and resources to allow those we serve to live safely, successfully and independently in the community.
Step Up propels girls living or going to school in under-resourced communities to fulfill their potential by empowering them to become confident, college-bound, career-focused, and ready to join the next generation of professional women. Step Up believes all girls should have the opportunity to fulfill their potential. Step Up is a special place where we all propel the fulfillment of potential. Step Up takes pride in our core values from which we develop our culture, our brand, and our impact strategies.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach, comprised of 11 distinct facilities across the city, has been helping underprivileged youth reach their full personal and academic potential since 1939. Community activists Maurice Bugbee and Carlton Wallace, launched the club – originally founded as the Boys Club of Long Beach – in an effort to keep young boys out of trouble and off the streets by giving them access to activities and programs that assisted them in becoming responsible, contributing members of the community. In 1991, the Boys Club of Long Beach expanded its reach to include under-served girls in addition to boys. One of the oldest, most successful youth organizations in the area, BGCLB has served more than 225,000 youth, ages 6-18 in its 78-year history.
Unlikely Heroes' vision and mission are global. Our Heroes are on the front lines every day working to rescue, restore and rehabilitate child victims out of slavery. Since 2011, they have rescued more than 175 children, and their journey to freedom starts in one of the 5 Unlikely Heroes restoration homes located around the world. Their experienced Unlikely Heroes teams are on the ground in the United States, Mexico, Thailand the the Philippines, providing the very best in restorative care, safe housing, education, life skills, medical care, counseling, stability and love to every single child they care for.
Love God. Love People. For over a decade, Alex and Shunna Jones-Moreno, Reach Up Reach Out’s Founders have endeavored to do both. We have BIG plans to change the world. But it won’t happen overnight. We commit to advancing the cause through a sustainable, holistic approach that is respectful of the individual communities and cultures we serve. We come alongside local organizations to assist and empower local leaders to overcome the challenges marginalized people face. One step at a time, we will launch initiatives to serve the countries we feel called to, starting with Uganda and Smile Africa Ministries. With God leading us, we fight for the world’s most vulnerable and protect their basic rights.
Treasures' mission is to reach, restore, and equip women in the sex industry and victims of sex trafficking to live healthy, flourishing lives, and train others to do the same across the globe. They are located in the heart of the Adult Industry Capital of the World, in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles where 90% of all legal porn worldwide is filmed, distributed, and or manufactured. Through their Global Training Program, they have equipped leaders to reach and provide care to women in the sex industry in 97 cities across nine countries, on five continents. Their vision is to see a sex industry outreach in every city on the planet where the commercial sex industry is operating.
Trade-Works Foundation is built upon the principle of finding and unlocking the untapped potential of under-resourced youth around the globe. They build on current skills while sparking interest in the trade industry. Trade-Works is committed to speak purpose and inspire vision past current circumstances, helping to launch successful careers. Utilizing a volunteer team of trade industry experts, they promote self-sustainability through workshops, supplying each attendee with the tools necessary to begin a career in their chosen trade. Their goal is to create a thriving internship program at each community we serve, providing job opportunities and business relationships.