Jimmy Previti launched the Previti Memorial Foundation in 2009 to provide substantial and meaningful support to organizations that make a difference. In that time, the foundation has donated over $1 million to non-profit groups that share our mission.
There are several goals Jimmy Previti established when he created the foundation. They include:
The funds that we have provided have supported many worthy organizations with ongoing causes as well as immediate and pressing needs. Learn more about this work below.
Over the years, recipients of our philanthropic support have included Steven’s Hope for Children; the Ontario Montclair YMCA; Make-A-Wish Foundation; and HomeAid Inland Empire. Jimmy and the Previti Foundation have been honored by the American Red Cross as the leading donor and corporate fundraiser for Hurricane Katrina.
Nearly 100 other organizations have also benefited from the foundation. Our focus has included groups within Southern California and charitable entities throughout the United States.
For nearly two decades, Jimmy Previti has donated his time to the Cedar House Life Change Center. Cedar House offers substance abuse treatment programs to area residents and helps to restore the lives of those who have been impacted by chemical dependency.
In 2012, this personal commitment led to a $100,000 donation from the Previti Foundation. The funds will allow Cedar House to continue its mission, expand its programs, and do even more good for the people it serves.
In addition to Cedar House, the Previti Foundation has provided over $125,000 to Loma Linda University Medical Center. This teaching hospital serves as a Level 1 trauma center for San Bernardino County and the rest of the Inland Empire.
Organizations wishing to be considered for funding from the Previti Foundation complete an application detailing their interest. We ask that organizations review our criteria before applying. In particular, Jimmy and the Previti Foundation focus on groups that assist at-risk youth, community building, and substance abuse programs.
If your organization would like to apply, we invite you to learn more by visiting