Why Your Gift Matters:

Las Floristas last major fundraiser was held in December 2019.  We had to cancel the Spring Gala in 2020 and 2021 and the Holiday Luncheon in 2020.  We miss seeing all of our friends at these events, but the health and safety of all has to be our top priority.  With the inability to hold in-person fundraisers, our revenue is down 74%.  Without support from friends like you, we will not be able to fully underwrite programs at Rancho Los  Amigos.  The kids need us now more than ever.  Help us to keep them active, keep them connected, and moving towards their goals of being independent, caring, and productive citizens. Please consider making a donation today!

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Donation to the Rancho Los Amigos National Rehabilitation Center programs means kids can continue to play wheelchair sports, participate in therapeutic art classes, take adaptive driving lessons, attend virtual support groups, get specialized dental care and have financial support in making their collegiate dreams come true! Every donation counts.

We are confident that with friends like you we can meet our fundraising goal but we certainly cannot do it alone! All donations are fully tax-deductible.

Every Little Bit Counts

Your generous contributions make it possible for our organization to continue providing the programs that help children with special needs reach their full potential. Please use donate below to make a contribution and we thank you for your support.

All major credit accepted and PayPal account is not required.

Las Floristas Incorporated is a 501(c)(3) status nonprofit organization and donations are tax deductible. Tax ID #95-6093688

Meet Genaro!

He is a current Las Floristas Scholarship recipient and a participant in the Rancho Wheelchair Sports program for over 10 years. Donations from friends like you are helping Genaro to achieve his dreams.

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Meet Paloma!

She was a patient at Rancho Los Amigos after suffering a brain aneurysm at age 9.  She has since gone on to graduate high school with a 4.0 GPA, was the first in her family to attend college where she graduated with honors, and in the Fall of 2021, she begins studying to be a Doctor of Physical Therapy.

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Meet Gilmar!

Gilmar played on our pediatric wheelchair basketball team until he graduated high school in 2019. He now practices with the Rancho adult wheelchair basketball team to keep him active, and he is taking Adaptive Driving Lessons with financial support from Las Floristas. Gilmar has an incredibly supportive family, but like any teenager he wants the independence that comes with having a drivers license.

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