International City Bank builds on a foundation of personal relationships for the better of the community it surrounds. The ability to help organizations offering numerous opportunities for people to do good and make a difference is important to ICB. We partner with organizations around our communities that allow us to be deeper rooted in that community. Please feel free to take a look at some of our philanthropic partners.
Since 1972, 1736 Family Crisis Center has been responding to the growing needs of victims of domestic violence, runaway and homeless youth, homeless families, homeless and at-risk Veterans, unemployed adults and youth, and other low-income community members in need of assistance.
Since inception, Archstone Foundation has responded to the implications of changing older adult demographics and has supported innovative responses to the emerging and unmet needs. The Foundation has funded a wide range of grantees making important contributions in critical, yet often overlooked areas of need.
The primary vision of Able ARTS Work (formerly known as Arts & Services for Disabled, Inc.) is to provide lifelong learning, community service and vocational opportunities through the creative arts for people with disabilities of all ages in an environment of warmth, encouragement and inclusion.
Founded in 1961, Airport Marina Counseling Service (AMCS) is a nonprofit, community based mental health clinic that serves the LAX, South Bay and Westside areas of Los Angeles. The mission of AMCS is two-fold: to provide affordable, community based mental health services, and to train mental health therapists.
Behavioral Health Services is a not-for-profit community-based healthcare organization providing medical services, substance abuse, mental health, drug-free transitional living, housing for women with HIV, and prevention services for the local community. BHS – Family Health Center our first community health clinic opened in April 2016.
CCEJ’s work focuses on a broad range of “isms”– the manifestations of discrimination and oppression based on religion, race, gender, age, ability, gender identity, and sexual orientation – ranging from bias-related crimes and violence to racial profiling to systemic oppression.
Children Today is a nonprofit organization that provides trauma-informed child development and support services to children and families who are facing homelessness or maltreatment in Long Beach.
The Lillian Mobley Multipurpose Center is a nonprofit community based organization South Los Angeles whose mission is to build bridges for a better tomorrow by advocating for and finding and providing resources to the underprivileged population of South Los Angeles and its contiguous areas. We are here to educate, mentor and advocate for members of our community.
The Center was officially incorporated in 1980 as One in Long Beach, Inc. and has been providing a variety of health, social, advocacy, legal, and service programs to the LGBTQ community in the Greater Long Beach area for three decades.
We set the standard for comprehensive, integrated, evidence-based services. Our team of top professionals and dedicated staff provide residential and outpatient addiction treatment, detoxification, mental health services, prevention and education, vocational training and parenting support for men, women and children. We are proud to be a reason that thousands of individuals in our communities are now leading healthy, productive lives.
Tessie Cleveland Community Services Corp. is a not for profit community based mental health center serving children and families from birth through the end of the golden years. Our goal at TCCSC is to give children and families opportunities for growth, development, self-sufficiency and reliance through innovative programming.
The Freedom Writers Foundation focuses on four main programs that improve the education of students around the globe. We train educators to teach every student, develop interesting and substantive curricula, award scholarships to first-generation high school graduates, and bring hope by sharing our stories of overcoming adversity through education.
Our vision is to develop an interactive museum and science center that will dedicate approximately 65,000 square feet to educational classrooms, 4D theater, and museum-quality exhibition spaces for in-house curated installations as well as traveling shows.
Young Horizons is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that was established in 1969 as a school for children with special needs. In 1984, we recognized the growing need in Long Beach for state-funded childcare serving low-income families. We accepted the challenge and have since grown to five centers, all of which are located in high-need areas in Long Beach. We care for and educate 458 children, ages six months to five years old, each year.