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The Long Beach Central Project Area Council, Inc. (LB CPAC) will hold its regular monthly meeting at 6pm on Thursday, September 4, 2014 in the Community Room of the Long Beach Blvd. / Burnett Apartments at 2355 Long Beach Blvd, Long Beach, 90806.
As part of the Verizon FiOS SoCal Experience campaign, local Verizon employees will participate in a volunteer day to improve the state of the Library at Boys & Girls Club of Long Beach’s Fairfield Westside Youth Center.
Homeless children have a hard enough time getting a proper education, let alone attending a summer educational enrichment camp.
But thanks to a $58,000 Verizon Foundation grant, up to 120 Long Beach children from homeless families will enjoy a two-week summer science education camp called See Us Succeed (Science Education Experience to help Underserved Students Succeed), hosted by the California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) Science Education Department.
Councilmember Dr. Robert Garcia
Long Beach City Councilmember Robert Garcia has released the Long Beach contribution to the national “It Gets Better” Project, a series of videos aimed at supporting LGBT youth who may be experiencing bullying or harassment because of their sexual orientation.
Michael (Mike) Murry, volunteer and community service advocate, will be the guest speaker at the Sixth District Youth Empowerment Workshop on Wednesday, May 18, 2011 at Martin Luther King, Jr. Park, Social Hall.
Don’t have tickets for the 2011 State of the City? Don’t worry, it will be webstreamed live tonight at 7:00 pm, at www.longbeach.gov.
LBTV, (Charter channel 3, Verizon FiOs channel 21) will be re-broadcasting the State of the City on the following dates and times:
$50,000 Verizon Grant Expands Online Directory of Essential Resources and Medical Information
Brave Kids, a nonprofit organization that created the first online support community for families of children with special needs, has expanded a comprehensive directory of essential resources to better serve families in Los Angeles, thanks to a $50,000 grant from the Verizon Foundation.
Verizon President Tim McCallion shares what he learned while visiting Cleveland Elementary School as Superintendent for a Day. The visit was part of LBUSD's annual Principal for a Day event.
Nearly 200 guest principals shadowed principals in the Long Beach Unified School District during the annual Principal for a Day event.
Members and supporters of parent-teacher associations, community athletic organizations like Little Leagues, and churches and other registered nonprofits have found an easy way to raise thousands of dollars for their organizations with the help of Verizon.
According to Verizon, advances in technology are making it easier than ever for folks that want to go green. Since tomorrow, April 22, is Earth Day, here are 10 tips for using technology to go green and reduce your carbon footprint:
Recycle cell phones that are no longer used.