Giving Back 2017-04-04T07:28:18+00:00

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Good Stuff is extremely involved in the communities of the South Bay. From the Beach Cities to Downtown Los Angeles, we support local foundations. Check out some of the projects we support.

Black Coffee

Black Coffee Air Roasters is a coffee company with a cause. They proudly give back 10% of profits to train and provide jobs for at-risk young adults, living in the inner city.

1736 Family Crisis Center

Dedicated to providing 24/7 access to shelters, crisis hotlines and community service centers, 1736 Family Crisis Center has helped homeless families, runaways, victims of domestic violence and more for over 43 years.

El Segundo Ed! Foundation

This foundation was created in 1983 to help decrease the financial gap between what the state funds and what is needed to uphold excellence in the school systems.

Richstone Family Services

The mission of Richstone Family Center is to strengthen families, prevent and treat child abuse and violence in schools and families.

Scott Newman Center

The Scott Newman Center was founded in 1980 to help provide the resources for teachers and health care professionals to educate the youth about the danger of drugs and alcohol use.


FCA is a non-denominational Christian sports ministry that focuses on Coaches, Campus, Camp and Community ministry.

Jimmy Miller Foundation

The Jimmy Miller Foundation was created to assist people with mental and physical illness by increasing self-efficacy through learning in an adaptive surfing program.

Kings Harbor Church

King’s Harbor Church is a place for the community to fellowship, worship, and grow closer to Christ through teachings from the Bible and discovering what it means to walk in faith.

Rotary Club of Redondo Beach

Through different cultures, occupations, and more, the Rotary Club has a unique position for bringing the community together to make lasting, positive changes for the better.

The Blue Zones Project

Through a partnership with the Beach Cities Health District, this organization aims to create communities that are healthier and more productive.

Young Life

Young Life was created to provide a friendly and loving environment where youth leaders can guide and mentor kids. This outreach is a safe place for kids to feel secure, build lasting friendships, learn about God, and find their purpose and meaning in life.

Family Promise of the South Bay

Family Promise is a community-based approach, engaging both the local community, as well as houses of faith in the effort to combat family homelessness.  Guests in their program receive a full complement of resources, support and training as they work towards their own stability and self-reliance.