SoLa Impact

The Beehive Wins Los Angeles Business Council’s Architectural Design Award

The Los Angeles Business Council announced the winners of its 53rd Architectural Awards, which celebrate designs that embrace innovative design standards that enhance the way we live in Los Angeles. The Community Impact Award went to The Beehive, the Chairman’s Award to UCLA, and the Grand Prize to the Herald Examiner Building.

Sola Impact Launches The BeeHive

Wednesday, September 18, South Central opened its’ arms to The Beehive, the nation’s first-ever business campus for opportunity-zone (OZ) operated businesses. Here, some of the nation’s most underprivileged will now have to opportunity to meet and work with investors, business owners, and more under one roof.

SoLa Impact’s Annual Scholarship Awards Ceremony Concludes at USC

SoLa Impact and its non-profit affiliate, the SoLa I CAN! Foundation, along with its philanthropic partner, Romeo Miller, awarded nearly $100,000 in financial aid grants to twenty-seven deserving students at its annual scholarship awards ceremony yesterday held at the University of Southern California. All of the recipients demonstrated academic excellence, strong community service, and plan to pursue higher education in the fall. Among friends and family of the SoLa Scholars as well as leaders in philanthropy, entertainer Romeo Miller, producer Arabian Prince, and Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas, all spoke about their strong connection to the community.