and the Time Travel Mart
12515 Venice Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90066
and the Time Travel Mart
1714 W. Sunset Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90026
826LA could not continue to grow or thrive without our supporters. With your help, this year 826LA will provide one-on-one tutoring to over 8,000 of Los Angeles’s students. We are deeply grateful for any amount that you are able to give to support 826LA’s free writing and literacy programs.
Make a donation of $100 or more, and you will receive unique benefits through Partners in Time, 826LA’s membership group. Please click here to review the benefits and tax deductible amounts associated with each level of membership.
Prefer not to receive benefits? Just write, "do not receive benefits" in the PayPal instructions, and your gift will be fully tax deductible.
Other Ways to Give:
- By Mail: 826LA, 1714 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026
- In Person: The Time Travel Mart, open daily from noon to 6 pm in Echo Park and from noon to 6 pm Thursday-Sunday in Mar Vista
- In-kind donations: email@example.com or 213-413-3388
- Vehicle donations: Cars4Causes
- Employee matching programs: click here
- Questions? Please email Carolyn Gan
Monthly DonationsYou can also choose to set up regular monthly donations to 826LA!
Chapbook Patron – $25/month
Become a monthly member at the Chapbook Patron level, and we'll send you bundles of our student chapbooks quarterly!
Perfect-Bound Patron – $50/month
Become a Perfect-Bound Patron member to support our in-house chapbooks and our annual Young Authors' Project. You'll receive copies of our chapbooks as well as the Young Authors' Project publication.
Choose Your Own Subscription Level
Whether you can give a little or a lot, your monthly donation keeps 826LA's programs free and available to students across LA.
Featured Donors"We hear more and more about how classroom teachers are being pushed to 'teach to the test' and how funding for the arts is waning. Creative writing is getting pushed aside. We believe that 826LA provides students a perfect environment in which to receive great instruction from talented and interested teachers, and we want to see it continue.
Creativity is vital for a full life. We know the freedom and fearlessness that creativity can offer, and we love the way 826LA encourages their young writers to dare to be bold, silly, and original."
—Beth Hagenlocker & Marc Evan Jackson, monthly 826LA donors and founders of the Detroit Creativity Project, which brings improvisation instruction into Detroit public schools.