“The saying goes, be who you want your younger self to be or wanted in their life, and I plan to do that til the day I die,” one of the founders, Travis Harlin, said.
Starting at 8:30 a.m. every Wednesday and Friday, Help Me Help You volunteers gather in assembly-line fashion as music plays, packing and loading up to 600 bags of fresh produce, meat and dairy products for a grocery Grab N’ Go event.
The 14-year-old organization plans to reboot efforts in May, when We Love Long Beach will return with a neighborhood event, the first since before the pandemic.
During the pandemic, Boys & Girls Club was one of the few nonprofits to keep its doors entirely open, while extending its services to children of first responders.
Lindsay Smith and Dina Feldman are transforming a vacant parking lot into Sowing Seeds of Change, a sustainable, urban farm and a space to nurture young adults with disabilities.
The Atlantic Alano Club is embarking on a capital campaign to find a permanent home to continue its mission of providing a safe space for addiction recovery to the LGBTQ+ community.
The girls in DemoChicks’s monthly online program receive hands-on experience while interacting with industry leaders, learning about chemical engineering through making slime, discovering geotech with sand, water, and dirt, or even understanding architecture through marshmallows and toothpicks.
Jonas Corona was only 4 years old when he started volunteering with his family on Skid Row, but the moment that truly set him on a path of service happened when he was 6.
El año pasado, la línea directa de Su Casa recibió alrededor de 2400 llamadas, lo que representó un aumento del 20 % en comparación con años anteriores, lo que refleja una tendencia nacional.
The nonprofit was initially formed as a grassroots organization by Petra Medelez in 1979, a domestic violence survivor frustrated by the lack of resources available.