Become a Sponsor

Join one of the most rewarding corporate philanthropy programs in Southern California. 


Join one of the most rewarding corporate philanthropy programs in Southern California. 


The U.S. Green Building Council-Los Angeles (USGBC-LA) provides organizations with a unique opportunity to align themselves with USGBC-LA and make a commitment to building a more sustainable Southern California through  greening communities of the greater L.A. region. USGBC-LA’s sponsors recognize the critical role USGBC-LA has in regional sustainability advocacy, innovation, and education to re-tool the workforce and empower the next generation.

As one of our corporate leaders, your investment in USGBC-LA not only supports its mission, but also benefits your company, executives, and employees.

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We Thank You


USGBC-LA is grateful for the support of our Corporate Sponsors and simply put, we can’t do the work we do without them. In collaboration with our sponsors, USGBC-LA hosts on average nearly 200 events and programs with a combined total of nearly 15,000 attendees per year. 

Our sponsors continue to transform the building industry and the future of healthy green schools, workplaces, and neighborhoods in Los Angeles, Riverside, San Bernardino, Ventura, and Orange counties. We are transforming Southern California into a more sustainable region for all.

Interested in smaller sponsorship opportunities? Sponsor an Event!

Let's Par-tee!


Signature Event

Let's Par-tee!


Signature Event

Join us at the La Kretz Innovation Campus for an event you will never FORE-get! Come for the competition, the special guest DJ (a total hit from last year), food, and the cold drinks, but stay for the networking and rejoining of our community at this fun in-person event! Let’s “putt” the fun back into fundraising as this annual event directly benefits the USGBC-LA Legacy Project.

Our Legacy Project this year is The Reverence Project’s Survivor’s Healing Garden which will serve as a place of reflection and gathering for survivors of violent crime in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles. Featuring native California vegetation, meditative trails, pergolas, and art installations, this green space will facilitate healing and restorative justice solutions among community members.

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