WalkUnitedLA 2024 was undoubtedly a memorable event for the 7,500 people who gathered at SoFi Stadium on Saturday, May 11 to walk or run for a great cause. Every year, for nearly two decades, our flagship fundraising event has become a powerful testament to what Angelenos of all ages and backgrounds can accomplish when coming together.  

In partnership with the Los Angeles Rams and thanks to their unwavering support in hosting the event, we’re happy to share that we raised nearly $1.2 million to support our mission of breaking cycles of poverty and building communities of prosperity across Los Angeles. 

The ongoing partnership of community leaders, corporate partners, volunteers, and committed Angelenos in the fight to end poverty made the 17th edition of WalkUnitedLA a successful one. This support allows us to build more affordable housing, help community college students successfully transfer and graduate, and expand economic opportunities to low-income individuals and families.  

WalkUnitedLA 2024

WalkUnitedLA 2024  was made possible thanks to the support of sponsors including the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation; the Annenberg Foundation; East West Bank; The Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation; Health Net; SoCalGas; Deloitte, Jet Propulsion Laboratory; PwC; Waymo;  Kaiser Permanente; Oaktree Capital Management; Cedars-Sinai; Edison International; ACCO Engineered Systems; City National Bank; US Bank; Enterprise Mobility; Torrance Refining Company and the media sponsor ABC-7/KABC-TV Los Angeles. 

Since 2007, WalkUnitedLA (formerly known as HomeWalk) has brought together nearly 150,000 people from across Los Angeles County and raised over $10 million to end homelessness, becoming the single largest annual event to end homelessness nationwide.  

United Way of Greater Los Angeles extends a heartfelt thank you to everyone who participated in WalkUnitedLA. It was inspiring to see so many dedicated individuals, families, and organizations stepping up in the fight to end poverty and build prosperity in every community in our region.  

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Our hard work continues, but we’re grateful for the moments we can come together in celebration and recognition of the progress we have made together. 

We are grateful to everyone who was part of this memorable day!  


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