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Nonprofit organizations tell a lot about a community. What does a city care about? You can often tell by the nonprofit groups that they support. It’s obvious that Long Beach cares because there is a strong network of nonprofits serving the local community with the help of committed volunteers.
Power 4 Youth, an academic mentoring program for middle school students will be holding a no-obligation information meeting for prospective volunteers on Monday, March 3 at 6:30 p.m.
February is the month to “Share the Love” and the Green Team Clubs of Longfellow Elementary & Hughes Middle school are hosting their annual “Share the Love” Community Used Clothing Drive.
Each year approximately 40,000 babies are born in the United States with a congenital heart defect. Around 90 percent of these babies will survive to adulthood.
On January 9, 2014, St. Mary Medical Center awarded $120,000 in grant funds to six nonprofit agencies and held a luncheon in their honor at the John Parr Health Enhancement Center on the campus of St.
CCEJ’s 23rd Annual Interfaith/Intercultural Breakfast to Feature Civil Rights Leader Rev. James Lawson, Jr. as Keynote Speaker
A crowd of over 800 is expected to welcome keynote speaker Rev. James Lawson, Jr. Civil Rights Leader & Teacher of Nonviolence, at the 23rd Annual Interfaith/Intercultural Breakfast on Tuesday, February 11, 2014, 7:30 a.m.
On December 14 more than 50 people attended the Long Beach Republican Women Federated anniversary celebration and installation ceremony at The Grand Event Center.
During the holiday season, families honor and remember their loved ones through a variety of traditions. John Hinton has made it his mission to honor his late grandson, Tyler Garcia, by giving back to the hospital that brought him to remission after being diagnosed with brain cancer.
The Democratic Women’s Study Club (DWSC) of Long Beach will hold their annual holiday party on Saturday, December 14, 2013 at noon at their new meeting location, Polly’s Pies at 4680 E.
EverythingLongBeach.com recently spoke with Gretchen Swanson, Member of East 7th St. Collaboration, via email. They talked about the inspirations and challenges of running a nonprofit organization in Long Beach.
Long Beach Mayor Bob Foster presented a proclamation plaque to the Long Beach Camerata Singers at the City Council meeting on Tuesday, November 12.