The foundation will conduct a mandatory, informational workshop for grantseekers on March 12 with an application submission deadline in August. Grant awards of up to $250,000 over a three-year period are available.
Lobo is a handsome year-old German Shepherd with a gentle nature who was surrendered by his owners when he developed a medical condition common to the breed.
Every week, the Courier features a selection of dogs and cats waiting for adoption or foster homes from the Los Angeles Animal Services - West Los Angeles Shelter at (888) 452-7381. The shelter is located at 11361 W. Pico Blvd. in Los Angeles, 90064.
Raising money to educate the Persian community on how to prevent and screen for cancers, the event will feature entertainment by Magician Fantastic Fig, comedian K-von and the eight-person LD Daf Ensemble by Arezno Kochakan.
The Beverly Hills Women's Club recently installed its new board for the 2018-19 year.
Harris has been involved with ADL in L.A. since 2009, starting as a participant in the Glass Leadership Institute. He has also been chair of both the Legal Advisory and Advocacy and Engagement committees, on the host committee of ArtWorks ADL: Justice, Advocacy & Art, and is also an ADL associate national commissioner.
SC LAMP is committed to providing a comprehensive family literacy and early childhood program “by investing in mothers by building their confidence and skills needed to better serve their children," said Diana Pinto, SC LAMP executive director.
Last week, the Paula Kent Meehan Pet Care Foundation awarded $237,000 to three organizations that spay, neuter, adopt, foster and nurse neonatal kittens in the first-ever grant funding for rescue organizations. The funds are expected to save 1,000 kittens that would otherwise perish during "kitten season," an annual surge in the number of neonatal kittens in the shelter, possibly making LA City a "no-kill" city.
The Los Angeles City Council backed a plan Friday to continue studying the possibility of a contested Koreatown temporary homeless shelter on Vermont Avenue, but to also hold more community meetings on the topic and study an alternative site, a move that comes after nearly two months of harsh opposition to the shelter among some residents.