Executive Service Corps of Southern California’s (ESC) volunteer consultants work with nonprofits representing virtually every sector, mission, size and need – and from throughout our Southern California region.


Our clients represent virtually every sector, mission, size and need, with budgets ranging from $40,000 to $120 million. We are proud to have worked with the following organizations in the past year:


  • The Achievable Foundation
  • Alliance of Women Directors
  • American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO)
  • Angel City Chorale
  • Anthesis
  • Beauty Bus Foundation
  • Beit t’ Shuvah
  • Big Sunday
  • Bloom Again Foundation
  • Bresee Foundation
  • The Broad Stage
  • Burbank Temple Emanu El
  • California Calls
  • The California Endowment
  • Center for Strategic Public-Private Partnerships
  • Center for the Pacific Asian Family
  • Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science
  • Community Corporation of Santa Monica
  • Community Partners
  • Community Senior Services
  • Congregation Tikvat Jacob Beth Torah
  • Downtown Women’s Center
  • East Los Angeles Women’s Center
  • Education Through Music – LA
  • Elemental Music
  • Extraordinary Families
  • Facing History and Ourselves
  • Family Promise of the Verdugos
  • Friends of Orphans
  • Glendale Arts
  • GO Campaign
  • Grandparents as Parents
  • Guardian Angel School
  • HEAR Center
  • Heart of Los Angeles, Inc. (HOLA)
  • Immaculate Heart Community
  • The Institute for Justice Education Reform
  • Instituto de Educacion Popular del Sur de California (IDEPSCA)
  • Invertigo Dance Theatre
  • The Jeffrey Foundation
  • Jenesse Center
  • Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles
  • Jewish Free Loan Association
  • Jewish World Watch
  • Karsh Center of Wilshire Boulevard Temple
  • Kehillat Israel Reconstructionist Congregation
  • Korean American Family Services
  • L.A. Trust for Children’s Health
  • LAPD Hollenbeck Police Activities League
  • Latino Resource Organization, Inc.
  • Leo Baeck Temple
  • Los Alamitos Youth Center, Inc.
  • Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce Foundation
  • Los Angeles Conservation Corps
  • Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition
  • Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce
  • Mar Vista Family Center
  • Matrix Institute on Addictions
  • MOSTe
  • Muckenthaler Cultural Center
  • Netiya
  • Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) Greater LA
  • New Beginning Outreach Foundation
  • New Roads School
  • NewGround: A Muslim-Jewish Partnership for Change
  • Occidental College
  • Odyssey Charter School
  • Otis College of Art and Design
  • Our House Grief Support Center
  • Outfest
  • Pacific Region OASIS
  • Partnership Scholars Program
  • Pasadena Jewish Temple and Center
  • PATH Ventures
  • Pathways LA
  • Peace Over Violence
  • Pieter Performance Space
  • the PLUS ME Project
  • POPS the Club
  • The Promises Foundation
  • PUENTE Learning Center
  • PV Jobs
  • Resurrection Catholic School
  • Richstone Family Center
  • The Riordan Programs
  • Rising TIDE @ MKEC
  • Safe Place for Youth
  • The Shakespeare Center of LA
  • SHARE!
  • Shoes That Fit
  • Shomrei Torah Synagogue
  • SLAM!
  • St. Baldrick’s Foundation
  • St. Barnabas Senior Services
  • St. Louise Resource Services
  • St. Patrick Catholic School
  • St. Vincent de Paul
  • Stephen Wise Temple
  • Stepping Forward LA
  • Strength United
  • Sustainable Claremont
  • Sustainable Works
  • Swipe Out Hunger
  • Switzer Learning Center
  • Taking the Reins
  • Temple Aliyah
  • Temple Beth Hillel
  • Temple Emanuel of Beverly Hills
  • Temple Isaiah
  • Temple Israel of Hollywood
  • Toberman Neighborhood Center
  • University Synagogue
  • Urban Community Outreach
  • Water Buffalo Club
  • Women’s Reproductive Rights Assistance Project
  • WomenShelter of Long Beach
  • Youth Mentoring Connection
  • YWCA Glendale


  • The Ahmanson Foundation
  • Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles
  • L.A. Works
  • Specialty Family Foundation
  • Dwight Stuart Youth Fund
  • UniHealth Foundation
  • J.B. and Emily Van Nuys Charities

Special Recognition


Created and named in honor of ESC’s former long-standing Executive Director, Megan G. Cooper, very year this award recognizes an ESC nonprofit client for outstanding leadership.The honoree is nominated and selected by ESC’s consultants.


  • 2018 Honoree
    Amy Friedman, Executive Director, POPS the Club

For a list of past honorees, please Click Here.