What to Know
- The March campaign "unites businesses and the community in support of children's health and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles"
- Randy's Donuts, Porto's Bakery and Cafe, Shake Shack, and several other places are raising money for CHLA
- Shops, too, are pitching in; Lather is donating 20% of its sales during a charity shopping event on March 26
Doing good while picking up a meal, browsing for a gift for a friend, or taking part in a community activity?
It can add another layer of loveliness to an errand or an outing, especially when you know a purchase you make can ultimately make a lasting difference in the lives of so many.
Every March, the hospital partners with a number of local businesses, all to raise funds for CHLA programs.
March is here, the give-back program has kind-heartedly commenced.
Participants include Alfred Coffee, which "... will donate $1 for every lavender latte sold across all locations" all month long, and LATHER Pasadena, which is donating 20% of all sales from a March 26 charity shopping event.
Some happenings will occur on a single day, and some, like the Alfred Coffee fundraising, will extend throughout the month.
Randy's Donuts has special pastries boasting the CHLA colors, while Porto's Bakery & Cafe has sweets that feature the CHLA butterfly.
The LA Kings, Eataly, Tocaya, and Grand Central Market all have ways to play a part in Make March Matter. Find out more now about the businesses and events making a big difference for the kids of Children's Hospital Los Angeles.