Your enthusiasm played a pivotal role in making our MiniGolf event a success again!
We want to give a big shoutout to all of you for making MiniGolf23 an unforgettable event, and we hope you've had a chance to relax after the exciting putt-putt showdown! The incredible energy you brought, from those jaw-dropping shots in the game to the DJ who kept us grooving, and the delicious Sky's tacos and drinks that fueled the fun, made the event absolutely amazing! Your commitment and participation are valued and necessary to expand our mission to build a more sustainable California for all.
The net funds from this event will go toward USGBC-LA's Environmental Justice Project, helping to bridge the divide between social equity and environmental resilience in California.
We already can’t wait until next year's tournament, hope to see you there!
Thank you to our MiniGolf 2023 Sponsors!
Join us outdoors for our annual Mini-Golf Tourney and House Party!
Join us at the La Kretz Innovation Campus for an event you will never FORE-get!
Come for the competition, the special guest DJ (a total hit from last year), food, and the cold drinks, but stay for the networking and rejoining of our community at this fun in-person event! Let's “putt” the fun back into fundraising as this annual event directly benefits the USGBC-LA Environmental Justice Project. This event is in conjunction with the Net Zero 2023 Conference.
Back Lot of La Kretz Innovation Campus
Please enter by foot at 506 Colyton St entrance towards rear of building for direct access to back lot as event will be in the back Lot of La Kretz Innovation Campus
Front gate entrance of building is: 525 S Hewitt St, Los Angeles, CA 90013
Parking is available in the La Kretz Innovation Campus (enter at 525 S Hewitt St) front lot for $10.
Street parking is also available in the area and recommended! Please use the back lot entrance address (506 Colyton St., 90013) in your GPS if you are looking for street parking closest to the event entrance!
About USGBC-LA's Environmental Justice Project
The USGBC-LA Environmental Justice Project began in 2016 with the goal of bridging the gap between social equity and environmental resiliency as we recognize certain communities are more impacted by effects of climate change. Historical injustices, de-facto segregation, and geographic location collaborate to create the resource disparities seen in Los Angeles today, making equity a critical component of building a sustainable city for all residents.