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The UTA Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation formed by United Talent Agency to guide its employees in effective and rewarding philanthropic activity and to provide strategic counsel to UTA clients on a local, national and international level.

UTA's multi-faceted approach, including volunteerism, in-kind donations and financial support reflects both the agency's belief in good corporate citizenship and a company-wide responsibility to better the community around it. The UTA Foundation channels the agency's many resources into action, such as mentoring youth, building homes for low-income families, and restoring our community's natural resources.

The UTA Foundation oversees numerous employee initiatives including: the UTA Employee Giving Program, which supports local organizations with year-end grants; the UTA Trainee Volunteer Program, which sends agent trainees into the community to volunteer at UTA-supported organizations; UTA Assistant Volunteer Days with foster care youth; and the UTA Summer Intern Restoration Program at the Ballona Wetlands. The UTA Foundation also leads all-agency volunteer initiatives, such as Habitat for Humanity builds, adopting families for the holidays, toy drives for youth, volunteering with veterans, and other opportunities, throughout the year.

Through the UTA Foundation, the agency has adopted University High School in the Los Angeles Unified School District. UTA's partnership with Uni High includes a work-place mentoring program, art and literary grants program, scholarships and summer internships at UTA.

The UTA Foundation does not accept unsolicited grant proposals.

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UTA operates exclusively by referral and does not accept unsolicited material or solicitations of any kind. Any such materials received will be returned or destroyed at the agency's discretion.