THE 2017 LA84 FOUNDATION SUMMIT
A NEW ERA OF YOUTH SPORTS: PLAY FOR ALL
The LA84 Foundation is a nationally recognized leader in support of youth sport programs and public education and advocates for the important role sports participation plays in positive youth development. Created with a share of the 1984 Olympic Games surplus, LA84 began operations in 1985 as a grant making and educational foundation. The foundation supports hundreds of non-profit youth sports organizations throughout Southern California annually, trains coaches, commissions research, convenes conferences and maintains the world’s premier Olympic and sports library collection.
The LA84 Foundation makes grants to non-profit youth sports organizations throughout Southern California, educates coaches, convenes local and national thought leaders and uses its voice to advance sports as an essential element in transforming the lives of youth.
News & Features
Stories and updates from the LA84 team, partners, and supporters.
Today, the LA84 Foundation takes new steps towards closing the equity gap in youth sports participation with the announcement of … Read More
When we work together, we Play For All. The LA84 Foundation brought together more than 400 difference-makers at its Sixth … Read More
LA84, Jordan Clarkson And Cobi Jones To Support Local Youth Development Programs On Nationally-Televised NBC Show
For Jordan Clarkson, the opportunity to get on the court and mentor LA’s youth is a slam dunk. For Cobi … Read More
The Foundation facilitates a national discussion on youth sports informed by three decades of frontline experience, plus numerous commissioned research projects and conferences featuring thought-leaders and practitioners. This youth sports expertise combined with LA84’s rich historical library make the foundation a unique repository of sport knowledge.
The LA84 Foundation seeks partners who are committed to our collective goals of radically expanding youth sports opportunities; and improving the social, academic and health outcomes through structured sports participation.