The Dream Builders Project (DBP) is a Los Angeles-based nonprofit organization. Founded in October 2013, The DBP was created with one plan and one goal in mind — giving back to the community. As an action-based charity, The DBP is committed to community growth by assisting other charities, nonprofits, organizations, and foundations also dedicated to making the world a better place. The DBP hosts charitable events, and organizes food and clothing drives to fund and raise awareness for several of Los Angeles’ key social issues, including child abuse, homelessness, and severe illness and disease.
On Wednesday August 26th 2015, The Dream Builders Project hosted a “Back to School” Charity Flash Mob at Bandini Elementary School in Commerce, CA. By bringing together a group of exceptional individuals willing to donate their time for an incredible cause, we provided socioeconomically disadvantaged students with the necessities they need to make the most of their education.
The Dream Builders Project’s first few years have been incredibly exciting. From repairing an orphanage in Tijuana, Mexico, to assisting the homeless of Los Angeles, offering school equipment to children in the Philippines, and hosting a gala to raise funds for victims of child abuse, The DBP is blown away by what it’s been able to achieve so far. The DBP is thankful to its sponsors and volunteers for supporting it in the fight for the improvement and advancement of people and communities around the world.
Human trafficking is the second largest criminal industry in the world. Men, women and children are sold nationally and internationally for sex and labor, into a $150 billion annual market. That’s 30 million people, and 98% of those victims are women and girls.
To learn more about what The Dream Builders Project is doing to end this tragedy, and what you can do to help, click here.
The DBP’s biggest annual event is the Brighter Future for Children charity gala. An evening full of delicious food, unforgettable entertainment, celebrity spottings, and raising money for a worthy cause, the gala will be held again at the beautiful Taglyan Cultural Complex in Los Angeles, in 2016. All proceedings from the evening go directly towards providing supplies, equipment, and research facilities to the staff at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. The DBP is currently looking for generous businesses and individuals to sponsor the event or donate their services or product. If you are interested in being involved, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Your kindness will make a huge impact on the lives of sick and injured children in the Los Angeles county.