Photo credits: J. Paul (C) 2018 – 2022
Welcome to the Bruins of the South Bay site!
Bruins of the South Bay is a fully independent non-profit organization founded, funded, operated and supported by devoted UCLA alumni, family and friends. Bruins of the South Bay is not affiliated with, sponsored, or endorsed by, the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) or by the UCLA Alumni Association. Our founders and supporters include UCLA donors, UCLA Association lifetime members, UCLA Athletics fans, family and friends who reside in the South Bay region of Los Angeles, which stretches from the LAX-El Segundo area through Manhattan, Hermosa, and Redondo beach cities, as well as inland through the cities of Hawthorne, Lawndale, Gardena, Torrance and Lomita, and south to Palos Verdes and San Pedro. [We are a registered 501c3 non-profit organization.]
Next Meeting & Planning Session:
Wednesday June 1st – 7:00 pm
Join us for our next in-person Board & Planning meeting on June 1st.
Time & Location: 7:00pm, at Scott Fellow’s home.
2705 W. 234th St. Torrance, CA 90505
Summer fun: Get togethers; Scholarship Reads, Fundraising socials, and more!
[Registered 501c3 non-profit organization].
Learn more about ECC’s 75th Gala here.
DONATE TODAY TO
BRUINS OF SOUTH BAY SCHOLARSHIPS
Help us continue our mission to provide scholarships to incoming and transfer students.
All donations are tax deductible and will be receipted via email.
Read about our fundraising efforts here, or donate via Zelle today !
Latest Events Calendar
Our latest 2022 Events Calendar
Warriors 2 Bruins Project
Join the Warriors 2 Bruins team of transfer students.
Mission: To connect current UCLA Students who transferred from
El Camino College (ECC) with new & existing ECC students
who may be UCLA Transfer prospects.
By doing so, we aim to help them with mentorships,
resources and guidance to enable a successful, easy transition.
Food Closet Project
In 2016, Bruins of the South Bay club collected nonperishable food items and toiletries for the Food Closet. According to a July 2016 Los Angeles Times article, 40% of UC students do not have a consistent source of high-quality, nutritious food. The Food Closet, which opened in 2009, feeds hungry students, no questions asked.
Read the Los Angeles Times article here.
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