“I Will Find a Way or Make One”
The Ebell of Los Angeles is a philanthropic organization founded by women, for women in 1894. Originally created for education, art and equality, the Ebell remains strong today. Our club supports dozens of non-profits and scholarships, in addition to hosting special events, live music, dinners and community forums. The motto, “I will find a way, or make one” aligns with its core mission to encourage the educational, cultural and social growth of the diverse Los Angeles community.
Our club is open to everyone and we encourage you to join us as we continue to inspire & empower for another 100 years!
About Adrian Ebell:
Adrian Ebell, born September 30th 1840, in Ceylon, of German-British-Dutch ancestry; brought to America while very young by an older sister who had married an American missionary. He was educated at Easthampton and Yale, and later, at German Universities. Read more…
The Ebell of Los Angeles is a community of members, diverse in background, ethnicity, experience, point of view, talents, interest and passions. Though we gather in our historic and beautiful Ebell building, it is our membership which is our most precious asset. Read more…
President, Loyce Braun
Vice President, Jane Martin
Director or Publications, Helene Seifer
Director of House and Grounds, Amy Vuckovich
Director of Membership, Linda Myerson Dean