Pedro Castellanos-Aguilar, un paletero sordo de Long Beach, fue invitado a un evento de compra el 22 de agosto en el que miembros de la comunidad salieron a comprar todo su inventario dentro de su carrito.
Pedro Castellanos-Aguilar, a deaf Long Beach paletero, was treated to a “buy-out” event Saturday where members of the community came out to purchase all of his cart inventory.
Nonprofit leaders said that they’re doing all they can today to ensure that their services meet immediate increasing demands and remain intact long-term.
Long Beach has 24 hours to raise $350,000 for local nonprofits on Thursday in the largest collective fundraising campaign in the city’s history.
NBC4 Southern California / KNBC and Telemundo 52 Los Angeles / KVEA in partnership with the NBCUniversal Foundation announced this month the launch of “Project Innovation”.
As another school year approaches and summer fades to fall, local nonprofit His Little Feet, Inc. has spearheaded its second annual Back to School Shoe Drive, aiming to provide shoes to students in need.
Drop off your barely-worn, gently-used or brand-new shoes to His Little Feet, Inc. (HLF) and know that your contribution will absolutely make a student’s day, week, month and possibly their entire school year.
Long Beach Police Department officer Jason Lehman created the nonprofit Why’d You Stop Me to help the community and police officers better understand each other.
Charity Navigator has named Long Beach-based nonprofit the Arthritis National Research Foundation (ANRF) as one of the best in America for the seventh consecutive year, according to a statement from ANRF.
The idea of the nonprofit organization and how that business model is sustainable can be quite confusing to some. Maybe it’s the capitalistic mantra of the Red, White and Blue, but really, how do you survive if you’re not bringing in profits?