Louis Lehot works with the Silicon Valley business community at all levels of growth, from garage to global (#garagetoglobal).
Louis support global charities, in recognition of the origins of many of the founders with whom he works.
Friends of Soccer Dreamers Brazil, Inc.
Friends of Soccer Dreamers Brazil The mission of Friends of Soccer Dreamers, Brazil, Inc. (FSD-Brazil) is to offer boys and girls in Brazil a sense of empowerment, self-confidence, physical, mental and educational development through the practice of soccer.
uAspire uAspire is a nonprofit organization ensuring that all young people have the financial information and resources necessary to find an affordable path to and through college.
uAspire’s singular focus is on college affordability and removing financial barriers so that every student has an equitable opportunity to graduate from college and succeed in life.
uAspire believes a college degree—and the opportunities it brings—should be affordable to all.
Law Foundation of Silicon Valley
Law Foundation of Silicon Valley. The Law Foundation of Silicon Valley uses innovative legal advocacy as a tool for social change. LFSV works tirelessly to ensure that every person in our thriving region is granted the same rights and legal access. Every day, its attorneys, social workers and advocates craft inventive solutions to the life-changing legal issues facing low-income people in Silicon Valley.
Home of Hope
Home of Hope Home of Hope is a 501(c)(3) California based nonprofit organization. HOH nurtures truly underprivileged, most destitute and disabled children, with a loving, caring home and hope, for a safe and secure future.
HOH funds necessary resources and access to education, mental health, computer skills, vocational training and sports programs. These opportunities make a significant difference in uplifting the lives of mentally and physically handicapped, orphaned and abandoned children making them self sustaining members of society.
Its heart-led all volunteer team, identifies organizations that exemplify integrity, accountability and commitment to accelerate social and policy change in India. HOH raises funds for its partner projects, to develop their innovative programs. By scaling up the projects, HOH empowers its partners to expand their capacity and broaden their reach to impact maximum underprivileged and special need children and youth.
With minimal overhead (entirely volunteer driven) Home Of Hope has brought incredible change to the quality of life in over 100,000 of India’s youth.
Caring for Cambodia
Caring for Cambodia Caring for Cambodia (CFC) is changing the future of Cambodia, one child at a time. CFC currently works with over 6,800 children from preschool through high school, equipping them with the tools they need to lift their families out of poverty. Since CFC began in 2003, we have seen promising results. Healthy engaged students come to school, stay in school, and achieve positive outcomes. In June 2014, the Cambodian Minister of Education declared CFC schools to be the national model for K-12 education. “CFC is the standard of education in Cambodia. All the things on our education roadmap are implemented in CFC schools.” (His Excellency, Dr. Hang Chuon Naron, Cambodian Minister of Education, Youth and Sports).
Doctors without Borders
Doctors without Borders Doctors without Borders, or “Medecins sans Frontieres,” is an independent, global movement providing medical aid where it’s needed most based on principles of independence, neutrality and impartiality.
Equal Justice for America
Equal Justice for America Equal Justice America is an independent non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation established in 1993. EJA has become a national leader in providing opportunities for law students to work with organizations that deliver civil legal services to those most in need. Our efforts expose a new generation of future lawyers to the urgency of pro bono assistance to our most vulnerable citizens. Students at more than 80 law schools now have the opportunity to take part in the Equal Justice America Fellowship Program.
The CHP 11-99 Foundation.
The CHP 11-99 Foundation. The California Highway Patrol (CHP) 11-99 Foundation was established in 1982 by philanthropist, Bob Weinberg, to provide emergency benefits and assistance to CHP employees and their families and scholarships to their children. “11-99” is the radio code used by CHP officers and dispatchers, meaning “officer needs assistance”.
Palo Alto Partners in Education
Palo Alto Partners in Education Palo Alto Partners in Education (PiE) is the only non-profit educational foundation devoted exclusively to raising money for all Palo Alto Unified School District (PAUSD) schools, and the only foundation dedicated to raising funds to pay for PAUSD teachers and staff. PiE works with parents, the school district, and the community to provide all students an enhanced educational experience. PiE is the district’s essential partner in providing support and enrichment opportunities that help every child receive a well-rounded, fulfilling education from PAUSD.
Ecumenical Hunger Program
Ecumenical Hunger Program EHP’s mission is to provide compassionate, dignified and practical assistance to families and individuals experiencing economic and personal hardship. We offer material help, support services, and advocacy for our neighbors in need, in a challenging and rapidly changing environment.
Goodwill of Southern California
Goodwill of Southern California Since 1916, Goodwill Southern California has transformed the lives of individuals with disabilities and disadvantages, providing them greater independence, self-sufficiency, dignity and purpose. Today, Goodwill’s mission remains firmly intact, though broader in scope. Goodwill Southern California improves the lives of an expanded footprint, encompassing individuals, businesses, communities and the earth.
Youth Community Service
Youth Community Service YCS’s mission is to bridge the gap in our Silicon Valley communities through youth service.