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Mission Statement

LAAAA’s mission is to encourage the importance of a lifelong engagement with arts and athletics.


The Silver Lake Jubilee is the cornerstone program of the Los Angeles Arts & Athletics Alliance (LAAAA), a not-for-profit organization formed in 2009. The Memorial Day weekend street festival showcases the arts community by presenting 30+ bands--representing the best of Los Angeles’s emerging music scene and a complimentary roster of nationally touring acts, national comedians, and internationally recognized literary performers.

LAAAA’s mission is to encourage the importance of a lifelong engagement with arts and athletics. Its mission has allowed the organization to achieve the following initiatives through the collective effort of everyone involved in the success of the past two years.

The Jubilee’s community partnerships and fiscal donations allowed:

Pen in the Classroom | PEN USA to bring their 8-week writing-intensive program to Marshall H.S. in 2011

Lacrosse | LAAAA to coach an 8-week co-ed lacrosse program with students participating in LACER after-school program at King Middle in 2011

Music Box Steps Day | LAAAA to purchase event insurance for the Silver Lake Improvement Association’s 16th and 17 th Annual Music Box Steps Day at Laurel and Hardy Park

3on3LA | LAAAA to organize and manage a day of Downtown basketball as part of LA Basketball Week, in collaboration with the Los Angeles Athletic Club in 2011

Children’s Mural | LAAAA to design and paint a mural with the children at Micheltorena Elementary in collaboration with the Hollywood Arts Council in 2012

Neighborhood Beautification Project | Silver Lake Neighborhood Council’s Neighborhood Beautification Project to fund 1-month upkeep of the underpass on Silver Lake Blvd. in 2012

Online Marketing | LAAAA to promote the arts community online through the Jubilee website and social media outlets all year round

Artist Showcases | LAAAA to produce and promote Silver Lake Jubilee promotional events throughout the year, supporting the organization’s mission of encouraging a lifelong engagement with arts and athletics

Kill Radio | KillRadio.org to raise funding for their non-profit online program broadcast committed to using media production and distribution as a tool for promoting social and economic justice

826LA | 826LA to operate their non-profit writing and tutoring center dedicated to supporting students ages 6 to 18 with their creative and expository writing skills, and to helping teachers inspire their students to write

Silver Lake Chamber of Commerce | SLCC to raise funds for the neighborhood business arts and athletics promotion

Computers at Mayberry Elementary | Mayberry Elementary parent council to raise funds for the school’s computers in every classroom innovative

Neighborhood Haiku Project | LAAAA to collect and archive over 600 haiku from the community in collaboration with molossus.co

Hollywood Arts Council Children’s Festival | LAAAA to sponsor the 25th Annual Children’s Festival at Paramount Studios

Free For All Festival | LAAAA to sponsor the Free for All Festival at The Echo and Echoplex in 2010

Hollywood Sunset Free Clinic | LAAAA to support the Hollywood Sunset Free Clinic in their mission is to provide quality health care, mental health services and required ancillary services to the homeless, poverty level and low-income residents of Silver Lake, Echo Park, East Hollywood and neighboring communities of Los Angeles

The Silver Lake Jubilee is a production of the Los Angeles Arts & Athletics Alliance, a not-for-profit, charitable organization formed under Section 501(c)3 of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code. The directors and music advisory committee work together throughout the year to raise the balance of operating costs through corporate partnerships, contributions, and earned-income opportunities. Donations to LAAAA are tax-deductible as charitable contributions for US federal income tax purposes. There are no donation limits or restrictions on contributions to LAAAA.



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