The purpose of the Community Services Resource Corporation (CSRC) is to raise funds that create programs and initiate collaborative ventures to improve the services provided by Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS) and other county department.
Founded in 1983
The Community Services Resource Corporation (CSRC) is a part of the Los Angeles County Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS). CSRC is a non-profit public benefit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
The purpose of the Community Services Resource Corporation (CSRC) is to raise funds that create programs and initiate collaborative ventures to improve the services provided by Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS) and other county departments. Funds raised enhance the life of Los Angeles County families and seniors.
Annual Older Americans Recognition Day Awards Luncheon
The event was sponsored by the Los Angeles County Commission on Aging, the Los Angeles County Area Agency on Aging Advisory Council, and the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors to honor senior volunteers. The CSRC is the non-profit that has received, deposited, and distributed donations for the event.
Help the Children Foundation
CSRC made funding available to an organization that provided food to food banks in the Southeast Los Angeles area.
Older Adult Summit
This event was used as venue for older adults and their caregivers from across the County at at attend to gain information about programs and services that are available to enhance their quality of life as they age. The Summit includes guests speakers that are experts in their fields that provide current information. Summit also includes exhibitors and sponsors from a wide array of events, programs, and services available in Los Angeles County. The CSRC is the non-profit that has received, deposited, and distributed donations for the event.
Operation Get Your Kit Together
KABC Radio Disney held an emergency preparedness fund-raising event. Listeners pledge funds or placed orders for survival kits to be used in case of an emergency of disaster. CSRC received the funds and purchased survival kits and emergency supplies to fill orders placed by radio listeners. Additional money funded emergency cabinets for WDACS offices and all senior and service centers.
The Los Angeles County Vaccination Pilot Project workshops provide education to older adults about the importance of vaccines in protecting their health and the health of their family. Vaccines are widely recognized as safe, clinically-effective, and cost effective; and thus, they are part of public health policy in the United States. However, vaccination rates are below targeted levels, particularly for vaccines recommended for older adults. These workshops outlines the symptom and potential complications of some of the most common infectious diseases and lays out the recommended vaccines for adults ages 60 and older.
Senior Council! Needs Assessment Survey
Grant funds from the Kaiser Permanente Foundation and The California Community Foundation covered part of the costs to develop and distribute the Seniors Count! Needs Assessment Survey. This City/County partnership assessed the needs of seniors living in the City and County of Los Angeles. Funds were disbursed to cover the research, computer services, and printing costs of the project.
Ways to Give
The Corporation seeks funds, goods, and services from individuals, corporations and donors. In addition, it seeks government funding or county discretionary funds to strengthen the delivery of social and human services. The Corporation can accept matching dollars for resources. The detailed project design can be decided jointly with the matching fund entity.
CSRC is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt not-for-profit organization
Employer Identification Number (EIN): 95-3856945
CSRC Board of Directors
The CSRC Board of Directors must approve an release of funds by the CSRC. The CSRC Board meets on a quarterly basis and can have emergency meetings when necessary.
Charlene Roche | Douglas M. Swain | Fernando Del Rioa
Additional Resources For Older Adults
For further information concerning the Community Services Resource Corporation or to make a donation to the LA Found Initiative, please contact:
- Contact: Guillermo Medina
- Phone: (213) 351-7798
- Email: GMedinajr@wdacs.lacounty.gov