Bryant | Reichling supports two local charitable organizations in Los Angeles- Hollygrove, a non-profit organization that offers programing and services for at-risk young children, teens, and families, and Lamp Community which provides housing for the mentally ill men and women of L.A.’s Skid Row. A percentage of our commission from each sale is donated to these organizations.
Hollygrove is the Los Angeles division of Uplift Family Services, a nonprofit agency that provides a variety of programs and services to meet the social-emotional, behavioral and mental health needs of young children, teens and their families. Hollygrove offers a wide range of services for children and families in Hollywood and South Central Los Angeles, including counseling, 0-5 services and community programs such as Parent Institute, Camp Hollygrove and Endless Summer.
Since 1880, when it was founded as the Los Angeles Orphans Home Society, Hollygrove has cared for more than 20,000 children. It was once home to young Norma Jean Baker, later known as Marilyn Monroe.
The Lamp Community helps people living with severe mental illness move from streets to homes. Lamp offers immediate access to affordable, safe and permanent housing without requiring sobriety or participation in treatment. Once settled in their home, new tenants are surrounded with customized services such as mental health treatment, drug recovery, healthcare, budgeting, visual and performing arts, job opportunities, and other supports to help them achieve their goals and become a part of their community.
Please click on each logo for more information about the charities we support.