As Seen On
Dec 6

Moby and Julie Mintz Mash Up Two Iconic Songs

Moby and Julie Mintz teamed up to mash up two iconic songs, “Purple Rain” and “Million Reasons”. As seen on California Live on Friday, Dec. 6, 2019.

  • Feb 27

    Las Fotos Project

    Las Fotos Project is a community-based photography program that works to bring about positive change for young women living in underserved communities throughout Los Angeles.

  • Feb 15

    Los Angeles Dream Center

    The Los Angeles Dream Center is a faith-based non-profit organization located in Echo Park, dedicated to transforming lives and the underserved communities in the city of Los Angeles.

  • Feb 12

    American Red Cross Ventura County

    For the last 100 years, the American Red Cross has been there for people in Ventura County during the moments when they needed us most. Since our chapter was chartered, we have helped millions of people affected by local disasters including home fires, wildfires, floods, and earthquakes.

  • Feb 12

    Bolsa Chica Conservancy

    The Bolsa Chica Conservancy provides services to inspire and connect all generations through community involvement and leadership in hands-on restoration and education in wetland science, watersheds, coastal ecology and environmental sustainability.

  • Feb 11

    For The Troops

    For The Troops is 100% all volunteer run, nonprofit organization that sends “We Care” packages to our deployed American Heroes overseas all year long.

  • Jan 24

    Men Accused of Getting Botox, Then Assaulting the Receptionist and Leaving Without Paying

    Surveillance footage captured two young men accused of receiving botox and fillers at Sculpt DTLA before asking to use the bathroom and taking off, the cosmetic business’ owner said Tuesday.

  • Jan 22

    Men Accused of Getting Botox, Then Assaulting the Receptionist and Leaving Without Paying

    Surveillance footage captured two young men accused of receiving botox and fillers at Sculpt DTLA before asking to use the bathroom and taking off, the cosmetic business’ owner said Tuesday.

  • Jan 16

    Family Assistance Ministries

    The mission of Family Assistance Ministries (FAM) is to assist those in need in Orange County with resources for food, shelter, and personalized supportive counsel and aid, helping clients bridge the gap from dependency to self-sufficiency.

  • Jan 16

    J. Paul Getty Museum

    Getty Museum seeks to inspire curiosity about, and enjoyment and understanding of, the visual arts by collecting, conserving, exhibiting and interpreting works of art of outstanding quality and historical importance.

  • Jan 16

    Building A Generation

    Building A Generation serves children and parents by providing education, support, and connections to community resources, enabling them to become healthy and self-sufficient families.

  • Jan 16

    Santa Claus Incorporated of Greater San Bernardino

    Santa Claus, Inc. (SCI) provides critical services to impoverished youth in the Inland /Empire by empowering families through year-round and seasonal programs.

  • Jan 9

    Friendly Center

    Friendly Center is a non-profit in Orange County that helps keep children and their families safe, stable, and secure. We work alongside families to prevent homelessness and help future generations on a path to success.

  • Jan 9

    ListoAmerica Creative Tech Clubhouse

    ListoAmerica offers innovative learning spaces where teens learn about the creative use of technology with a focus on Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math (STEAM).

  • Jan 4

    Baron Jay Foundation

    The Baron Jay Foundation are committed to career development, diversity in technology, promoting health awareness, relationship guidance, employment preparedness, and financial literacy in economically distressed and underserved communities.

  • Jan 2

    Westside Food Bank

    Westside Food Bank (WSFB) provides food for over 108,000 people in West Los Angeles County every year who struggle with hunger and food insecurity, nearly half of whom are children.

  • Jan 2

    The Emily Shane Foundation

    Founded by her family following her tragic murder at the age of 13 on April 3, 2010, The Emily Shane Foundation has three main areas of focus: Promote the concept of #PassingItForward. We encourage everyone to perform acts of kindness for others. No deed is too small. In this way, we honor the person that Emily was: kind, caring, empathic,…

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