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Natella Royzman Named Director Of Charitable Giving For Jewish Community Foundation

Natella Royzman Posted: Friday, December 15, 2017 – 4:37 PM By John L. Seitz Natella Royzman has been named director of charitable gift planning for the Jewish Community Foundation of L.A. (www.jewishfoundationla.org). After a decade as an attorney in private practice, Royzman transitions to the largest manager of charitable assets and planned-giving solutions for Los Angeles Jewish […] Read More

Considering Adoption? Check Out This Week’s Pets and Consider Making a Donation to Supply Kuranda Beds

TIGRESS - ID#A1723169 Perhaps you were considering the addition of a furry friend to your family and you were thinking of going to a breed rescue or a rescue organization. Did you know that most of those animals are selected from the local shelters? Why not go straight to the source? Because although the LA Animal Services are doing a great job of reducing euthanasia, they still destroy many great animals each year. So please, consider adopting! Read More

Tower Cancer Research Foundation’s Magnolia Council Spirit of Hope Luncheon Benefits Research, Patient & Survivor Support

From left:  Meryl Kern, Tower Cancer Research Foundation board member; Dr. Jay Orringer, honoree; Nancy Mishkin, Tower Cancer Research Foundation chair; Beth Goren, honoree and Magnolia Council president, and Shelley Warsavsky, Magnolia Council chair. Photo by Tiffany Rose & Vivien Best Posted: Friday, October 20, 2017 – 3:49 PM Last week, more than over 600 women and leaders in entertainment, politics, business and medicine attended Tower Cancer Research Foundation’s (TCRF) Magnolia Council Spirit of Hope Luncheon & Boutique at The Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills to honor philanthropist and President of the Magnolia Council, Beth Goren, […] Read More

Thalians Hold ‘Bash’ For Vets

S-Thalians At The Thalians “10th Anniversary Backyard Bash,” the charity presented a $250,000 check to its prime beneficiary UCLA’s Operation Mend, which provides mental health services to wounded war veterans. Read More

Lucy Has Waited Nearly a Year: Is it Time to Bring Her Home?

LUCY - ID#A1658159 There are over 870 dogs and over 530 cats waiting to be adopted or fostered at Los Angeles Animal Services today. These loving animals find themselves in the shelter in often fearful conditions. This is kitten season, and there are many cats and kittens who are looking for a better life. For our canine friends, the pit bull terrier and the Chihuahua are all-too-often in the shelter. LA Animal Services can be found at www.laanimalservices.com, where you can view all of these lovely animals on their website.  Read More