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Blind Children’s Center Celebrates 80 Years of Service

The "Tables That Bloom" event with tablescapes by designers, florists, and Delta Gamma alumnae chapters from Southern California, raised just under $100,000.

Jewish Community Foundation Inviting Proposals For 2019 Next Stage Grants

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.

PERSIANS 4 CURE Sets Sept. 29 For Garden Party, Gala And Fundraiser

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.

Beverly Hills Women’s Club Inducts New Board

The Beverly Hills Women's Club recently installed its new board for the 2018-19 year.

Jewish Family Service To Honor Scooter Braun & Yael Cohen Braun, Barbara Mack & Norman Levine at 25th Annual Awards Dinner

Blind Superstars To Raise Money For Blind Children At Annual Tom Sullivan Celebrity Golf Classic

Blind USC varsity football standout Jake Olson to receive Spirit of Light Award at event at the Riviera Country Club in Pacific Palisades.

LA City Council Approves New Fees for Housing Crisis Relief

  The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday unanimously approved the creation of an affordable housing linkage fee -- one of the most hotly debated proposals to come through City Hall in recent times.

Beverly Hills News – Hilton Foundation Grants Total $29 Million, Includes Aid for Homeless and Foster Youths

The board of directors of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation announced Wednesday that 23 grants totaling more than $29 million were approved in the fourth quarter of 2017, including for programs that aid the homeless and foster youth in Los Angeles.

For Animal Lovers, Consider Marley’s Mutts for Year-End Donations

Finding homes for shelter dogs is the main focus of most animal welfare groups; but Marley's Mutts works hard to treat the problem before it begins - with an extensive spay & neuter program to control the population of dogs that need homes or become euthanized by preventing them from breeding, as well as rescue, foster, adoption and health care.

It’s Giving Tuesday: There Are Only A Few More Hours To Give to CHLA!

National Council of Jewish Women Sets Annual Clothing Giveaway, Volunteers Sought

In-need and at-risk members of the community will be able to select from thousands of pieces of clothing and children's books, as well as receive information from local social service providers at the Community Resource Fair.

KOST 103.5’s ‘The Ellen K Morning Show’ To Broadcast From Children’s Hospital On Giving Tuesday

The Nov. 28 live broadcast is among many opportunities for Angelenos to support CHLA throughout the holiday season.

Beverly Hills News – Registration is Open for the 7th Annual Vahagn Setian Memorial 5K

Members of the Beverly Hills Police Department’s Baker to Vegas Relay Team and the Vahagn Setian Charitable Foundation will be bringing in 7th Annual Vahagn Setian Memorial 5K Run/Walk on Sunday, on December 3th, to Beverly Hills at 8:30 AM.

Los Angeles Zoo, Mayor Garcetti Team To Support Skid Row Hygiene Center

Zoo visitors who donate much-needed items can get discounted tickets through Thursday, Nov. 23.  

Project Angel Food Salutes Its Heroes On Veterans Day With A Special Gift

Project Angel Food is recognizing the service of its 40 client veterans with specially decorated gift bags in recognition of their service.

All Five Living Former Presidents Take Stage at Benefit for Hurricane Relief

All five of America's living former presidents took the stage Saturday at a benefit concert in Texas to raise money for victims of the hurricane-ravaged southern United States and Caribbean.
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