In the News
Jacqueline Caster is interviewed about Everychild and the foundation’s work in foster care.
(California National Organization of Women newsletter)
Everychild Celebrates 10 Years with Another $1 Million Grant
(Palisadian Post)News about Everychild’s 10th Anniversary Celebration and Latest Grant.
Everychild’s 10th Anniversary and BlogTalk Radio Interview with Everychild’s Founder, Jacqueline Caster.
Everychild Celebrates 10 Years
Indiana University’s Women’s Philanthropy Institute Profiles Everychild
Stories From The Field – Women Reinventing Philanthropy
Celebrity Moms Who Give – Katrina Carlson
(BU School of Law)
Jacqueline Caster’s (’83) Everychild Foundation: a decade of success.
(Palisadian-Post, April 16, 2008)
Everychild Foundation continues to contribute to improving the future of Los Angeles by donating $1 million to Mar Vista Family Center that will be earmarked to create a new state-of-the-art Youth Center.
(Palisadian-Post, March 14, 2007)
Everychild awards its first $1million grant to Heart of Los Angeles Youth for a new learning center at Lafayette Park.
(Australian Public Radio – Morning RN, October 28. 2006)
Everychild Founder and President, Jacqueline Caster, discusses pooled giving and American philanthropic trends.
(National Public Radio – Marketplace, June 28 2006)
When kids hit 18, they have to leave their foster homes. Everychild President, Jacqueline Caster, and others speak out on the problems these children face.
(Santa Monica Daily Press, March, 8 2006)
Everychild awards grant of $925,000 for Universally Accessible Playground to L.A. Orthopaedic Hospital Foundation
(Pasadena Star News, August 9, 2005)
Hillsides receives Everychild grant of $715,000 for transitional home for emancipating foster youth
(The Daily JournalAugust 5, 2005)
Everychild Year 2005 Grant to Hillsides provides innovative solution to emancipating foster youth dilemma
(Privilege Magazine May 2005)
Everychild members discuss their motivation and passion for being involved in the organization
(Palisadian Post, April 28, 2005)
A look at the recent accomplishments of the organization and some of the wider impacts
(Kiplinger’s Retirement Report, March, 1 2005)
(Los Angeles Family Magazine, January 2004)
Optimist Youth Home Breaks Ground for the New Everychild Foundation Youth Learning Center
(Palisadian Post, December 25, 2003)
Youth Agency Announces Project Funded by Everychild Foundation
(Violence Intervention Program Newsletter. December 2003)
New Everychild Foundation Center for the Vulnerable Child Program is dedicated at the Violence Intervention Program
(Violence Intervention Program Newsletter, June 2003)
Violence Intervention Program Announces $600,000 Everychild Grant
(HSC Weekly, USC Health Sciences Campus Newsletter)
USC Lauds Everychild’s $600,000 Grant to the Violence Intervention Program.
(QueensCare Employee Newsletter – May 2003)
The Mobile Dental Van program began in 2000 with a state-of-the-art 48-foot mobile unit, funded by The Everychild Foundation.
Now, the Everychild project has inspired the USC School of Dentistry and the Ahmanson Foundation to sponsor three additional vans.
(Los Angeles Times – August 25, 2002)
In two years, a group of Southern California women will have donated over a million dollars to local charities. And it’s been done without a single fund-raising dinner, without a request that anyone else donate.
(Palisadian Post – February 28, 2002)
This short article summarizes the goal and the history of the Everychild
(Palisadian Post – February 21, 2002)
Laurel Busby reports on Roy Romer’s presentation to the Everychild
Foundation on improving the LAUSD.
(Let’s Read! A Publication of The Wonder of Reading – December 2001)
Juliet Snowden tells The Wonder of Reading members in their newsletter
about the Everychild Foundation’s generous donation to their organizaton.
Angeles Times Magazine – September 23, 2001)
Cheryl Saban tells what it’s like to be a power hostess in an interview
with L.A. Times writer Elizabeth Mehren.
(QueensCare Quarterly – Spring 2001)
QueensCare’s President and CEO Terry A. Bonecutter tells about QueensCare’s
Mobile Dental unit and their plans for it.
(Palisadian Post – March 15, 2001)
Libby Motika interviews Jackie Caster, the founder of Everychild
Foundation and finds out what makes her ideas different.