The i.am Angel Foundation is always seeking volunteers to support the underserved students who we serve. Our highest volunteer need is coaches and mentors for our FIRST robotics teams in Boyle Heights and South Los Angeles. Students on FIRST robotics…Read More
We provide future visionaries, leaders and innovators with financial assistance for a world-class education. Since 2009 the i.am Scholarship program has awarded more than $926,000 to qualifying students in need of financial support.
“I know my purpose is to continue to inspire young people because it’s just going to keep inspiring me back. I want to do my part. I want to invest in America’s future and I want to send you to college. i.am here to let you know that you can be anything you want to be. You are the future of the world.” — will.i.am
i.am.angel Foundation and Esri have partnered to launch the i.am ESRI Scholarship for Boyle Heights students who have demonstrated outstanding work with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and mapping technology. Esri is an international supplier of GIS software, web GIS and…Read More
From The Huffington Post, originally posted on 08/22/2014: Video: How will.i.am helped make 4 young men's college dreams come true. In 2009, high school students Jaiquann, Elijah, Darien and Barien were accepted into their dream universities but couldn't afford to…Read More
Grammy-award winning hip hop artist Will.i.am jetted into Auckland for a company party last night, but he's not going home without leaving something behind. The Black Eyed Peas frontman has donated $100,000 to a network of low-decile schools in the…Read More
This summer the i.am.angel Foundation, in partnership with the 100,000 Strong Foundation, provided scholarships for 7 students from Roosevelt High School in Boyle Heights, East L.A. to study Chinese language and culture in Beijing, China. “The partnership between i.am.angel and…Read More
Entertainer and philanthropist will.i.am on Thursday announced a major grant from the 100,000 Strong Foundation to his i.am.boyle heights center to create new opportunities for area students to learn Mandarin and study in China. The $100,000 contribution is part of…Read More