Redeemer Community Partnership

a 501(C)(3) nonprofit, Christian community development corporation that has been working in the Exposition Park neighborhood in South Los Angeles since 1992 to create a safe, healthy, opportunity-rich community where children, youth and their families thrive.

Email | admin@redeemercp.org

Phone | (323) 733-6173

Office | 1449 Adams Blvd., 90018

About Us
Follow Us
  • White Facebook Icon
  • newslettericon white
  • White Twitter Icon
  • White Instagram Icon
  • White YouTube Icon

© 2019 Redeemer Community Partnership.

Volunteer

Impact

Beginning of RCP

For nearly 30 years, Redeemer Community Partnership (RCP) has engaged South LA residents and business owners in efforts to enhance public health and safety. These efforts have included planting trees, painting murals, installing LED street lighting, closing four nuisance liquor stores, winning the closure and clean-up of a toxic, neighborhood oil drilling site, and more.

 

As a community-based organization whose staff all live in the community, we have extensive experience and value for inclusive decision-making processes, building consensus around residents’ urgent concerns, and working closely with government agencies and leaders to move community identified solutions forward.

 
 
How one LA community is uniting to transform Jefferson Boulevard

Curbed Los Angeles wrote a great article covering the Jefferson Beautiful Campaign and it's successful ATP application for $6 million to build bike lanes, pedestrian lights, fix sidewalks and street trees on Jefferson Blvd. Click the arrows to read highlights or below to view the full article at Curbed LA

How These Neighbors Took on the Oil Company in their Backyard and Won

Over the past 5 years, our community organized, marched, and voiced our concerns at several public hearings, advocating for the closure of an active oil drilling site operating feet from bedroom windows. We called on the city to enforce stronger protections for the health and safety of families in the neighborhood. 

In May 2019, the City's Zoning Administration issued a determination requiring the Jefferson Drill Site to close and cleanup within 36 months!

Jesus says, if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, ‘Move from here to there,’ and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you.” (Matt. 17:20). It is little wonder that an oil company named Sentinel Peak is moving out of our neighborhood.

 
FIGHTING FOR THE RIGHT TO BREATHE

By Megan Sweas

June 2018

Our work around the Jefferson Drill Site was the cover story on Sojourners Magazine. Click below to read the full article or the arrows to read highlights

 
 
God, Guns, and Oil

By Bob Smietana

August 2017

Christianity Today wrote a great article covering our work around the Jefferson Drill Site around the beginning of our Nuisance Abatement Process. Click the buttons below to view the full article or the arrows to read highlights.