Founded in San Francisco in the wake of World War II by attorney W. Donald Fletcher and investment counselor Van […more…]
Coro Southern California
The first $1,500 will be matched.
Social Change Through Leadership Development
Since 1957, Coro Southern California has helped hundreds of individuals in Los Angeles become effective civic leaders through comprehensive fellowships and internships spanning city and county government, nonprofit, corporate, and political spheres.
Its focus on youth leadership and mid-career professional training for women has built up leaders on the frontlines of issues ranging from immigration and education to transportation and housing. Your support enables Coro to empower leaders to work across differences and accelerate meaningful, lasting solutions to our most entrenched public challenges.
Thanks to The Giving List’s novel matching program, all donations of up to $1,500 will be matched.
To learn more about Coro Southern California, or to donate, please visit corola.org.
Coro’s mission is to strengthen the democratic process by preparing individuals for effective and ethical leadership.
President and CEO : Natalie Samarjian
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Coro is a life-changing opportunity that has created a foundation for me to grow as a leader. In addition to critical leadership skill development and amazing relationships, Coro has provided many valuable lessons. The Youth Fellows Program has allowed me to see the world with a different perspective. Coro has taught me that uncertainty can pave the way to growth and inspire the change makers.
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California Community Foundation
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Los Angeles City Councilmember
John and Sarah Kobara
The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation
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Former California State Senator Carol Liu
The California Endowment
Peter J. Taylor