Hollygrove

About Hollygrove

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 serves children and their family members in the communities of Hollywood and South Central Los Angeles.

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. Find out more about our history.

Below you will find links to information and services specific to Hollygrove and the Los Angeles region.

Los Angeles County Services

Hollygrove offers a wide range of services for children and families in Los Angeles including counseling, 0-5 services and community programs such as Parent Institute, Camp Hollygrove and Endless Summer.  Find a full list of services by visiting our Los Angeles County page.

Events and News

Our donors and volunteers make all the difference in the lives of children and families we serve. Read up on the latest donor and event news at Hollygrove and find out how you can volunteer or host a benefit event. There are many ways that your gift can help a child and family. Find out more.

Thanks to our wonderful volunteers! Pictured from left: Georgette Kelsey, Sarah McTeigue, Davida Koren, Chelsea Militano, Sheri Weller, Raina Dragonas and Linda Taeger Nadeau.

Thanks to Hollygrove's wonderful volunteers! Pictured from left: Georgette Kelsey, Sarah McTeigue, Davida Koren, Chelsea Militano, Sheri Weller, Raina Dragonas and Linda Taeger Nadeau.

Angela Kinsey (left) with Busy Philipps (right) at the 2015 Norma Jean Gala.

Angela Kinsey (left) with Busy Philipps (right) at the 2015 Norma Jean Gala.

 

 

 

Los Angeles (Hollygrove)
815 N. El Centro Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90038
Tel (323) 463-2119