The Ebell Emergency Fund
The Ebell of Los Angeles’ mission is to participate in and encourage the educational, cultural and social growth of the diverse Los Angeles community and to conserve and protect our historic Clubhouse, grounds, collections and Wilshire Ebell Theatre.
The Ebell of Los Angeles is the oldest continuously operating women’s club in Los Angeles. It was founded by women, for women in 1894. Our legacy is one of community, service, philanthropy and history. Like so many others, our business model has been broadsided by the worldwide pandemic. The Ebell is experiencing a cash flow crunch because our revenue stream from the Wilshire Ebell Theatre and Special Event Department rentals has come to a standstill.
That is why we launched our Ebell Emergency Fund to help our club through this public health emergency until we can reopen. Our goal is to raise $500,000. This will bridge the operations gap for the next 6 months. Your support of the Ebell is critical right now.
The Ebell legacy is strong. We have endured for more than 125 years, through two World Wars and the Great Depression, and we will get through this, with your help.
Please give today if you can. Do it for those who can’t.
Your donation makes a difference!
“I will find a way, or make one” Ebell Club Motto