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The foundation's mission is to help urban communities improve the conditions of urban life through education, networking, mentorship, and positive role models. LaVista Foundation is a 501 (C) (3) non-profit organization. One hundred percent of all donations are contributed to other  non-profit organizations throughout America


Ordinary People

Committed  to Making a Difference

 LaVista Foundation gratefully involves itself in   raising funds to contribute to non profit institutions and programs  for  communities in America.   

 Contributions from citizens like you are used to enhance the health, education, and welfare of those in need.

Helping to improve the quality of life for groups causes a chain reaction, enabling those benefitting from our services to help others around them. The stronger the links in the chain, the stronger neighborhoods and America will become.


Future Events


Come Party With Us

October Fest Dance

(line dance, hand dance, free style dancing)

                                                              Featuring "

                                          "DJ Jamin Jimmy Ponton”

                        Saturday, October 28, 2017




We would like to thank everyone who came

out to support us for this event.

Your patronage will allow us to help others   




Back to School Event

August 19, 2017


Encouraging Success thru Education.

(all are welcomed)


Rosedale Park

Baltimore, Md 21237


We would like to thank everyone who attended















Phone 443.478.8415







The Lavista  foundation would like to  thank the following donors for adding

their link to the chain of hope in the strengthening  of communities.


Mr & Mrs R.Camphor( Camphor-Hill FineArts)

Mr. Arnold R. Clark

Ms. Emma Clark 

Mr.&Mrs. Eric Carmichael

March Funeral Homes

MsTowanda Nobles

Ms Sharon Nobles-Guy

Mr Dwane Press (Social Security Admin.)

Mr Dennis Solle (Social Security Admin.)


Walter Reed Commissary Employees

Enterprise Holdings Foundation

Mr. & Ms. Clarence & Jeanne Adams




Past beneficiaries of LaVista Foundation's contributions include:


Lavista Scholarship  Fund


Laurence G. Paquin School


YADA is an organization which assist mentally

challenged men.


St. Stephens AME Church

Youth Scholarship Fund


My Sister's Place website My Sisters Place is a day shelter providing a safe hospitable, supportive environment for battered women and their children since 1979.



First Baptist Church of Cherry Hill

Youth Scholarship Fund


I CAN, Inc.


The Baltimore City Youth

Resiliency Institute

Providing programing and information to  communities.


Roberta's House

Roberta's House is a safe place where children, teens and adults discover that they are not alone In their grief and engage in mutual help

 United Way of Central Maryland (Rebuilding Baltimore

 April 2015, individuals, organizations, businesses and places of worship were affected by acts of violence and property destruction in Baltimore City ,  to help restore the community stability from  this protest the Lavista Foundation contributed funds through the United Way of Central Maryland. These funds went towards humanitarian relief and emergency support to nonprofits organization affected by this protest.

Your donations can extend the chain towards this advancement of life.