Imagine LA News Archive
Our annual family carnival was a blast! The sun shone first on our families/mentors and their hard work and then on fun.
Renee Frasier, host of The Deciders on KABC-FM, featured our CEO and our longtime partner, Jennifer Nickerson of City National Bank, on her February 23rd show.
Sending love to our palentines, galentines and valentines!
To celebrate a year of hard work and ring in the holidays, we turned our office into a Winter Wonderland for our families and their mentors.
Remember, election day is coming up on November 6! Be sure to plan time to vote. ‘Tis also the season for flu shots and TB tests.
Lots coming up… ice cream, mentoring info sessions, Weekend to End Homelessness, Foster Care Panel, #GivingTuesday
Missed Imagine Ball? Want to relive the fun? Here’s our video mash-up.
We were deeply honored to present Serena Williams with the Imagine LA Empowering Families Award at the Peppermint Club on Sunday, September 23.
George Phillips Joins our Board; Rebecca Hutchinson is VP, Communications & Development.
Nothing says "back to school" like a new backpack and a haircut!
Huge thanks to our Board member, Cristina Carlis, who hosted Imagine LA leadership, Board and friends.
We’ve started our Refer-A-Mentor program and, first up, need men ready to mentor formerly homeless fathers and boys.
On June 15, Mayor Garcetti publicly recognized Imagine LA as a top volunteer opportunity in our city -- one of a few making a difference in the homelessness crisis.
And more summer updates…
In early May, Maria turned the key and walked right through the front door of her own home. Twelve years ago, if someone had told her she’d be living the American Dream today, she would have been skeptical…
There's a new addition to the Imagine LA family! Livey Beha, our new community engagement manager, started this week.
Thanks for helping us break the cycle of family homelessness and poverty in Los Angeles for ten years! We came together on April 28 to celebrate this milestone with some of the hundreds of families, partners, mentors and volunteers we've worked with over this decade.
One of our long-term goals is to replicate our model far and wide. Two years in the making, Imagine Whittier does just that.
In October, we formally launched the program, which is a partnership of The Whole Child, Greenleaf Consortium of Churches, the Whittier Consortium on Homelessness, and Imagine LA.
Here's what a single week of community engagement can look like for our busy team at Imagine LA.
To celebrate Valentine's Day and all their hard work, Imagine LA families enjoyed some well deserved pampering, crafting and fun at our Love Yourself event.
Imagine LA stories are among those featured at this moving, entertaining night featuring individuals who have successfully overcome homelessness. Read on for details and a link to tickets.
Amazing news! As part of Kaepernick’s year-long million dollar pledge, he donated $10,000 to Imagine LA, which was matched by Serena Williams.
Happy times wrapped up 2017 at our Winter Wonderland and Open House. Many thanks to NGA-Hancock Park, we were delighted to welcome our families, mentors, partners and friends for an afternoon of crafts, gifts and celebration at our new office home. We even had a visit from Santa.
We had a remarkable year of news and progress in our efforts to end the cycle of family homelessness and poverty in Los Angeles. Read all about it here and please consider helping us continue our work by donating. Thanks very much!
Please join us in welcoming Cristina Carlis to Imagine LA's Board of Directors! As General Manager/Executive Director, US Commercial Centers of Excellence for Amgen, she oversees U.S. commercial operations for this multinational biopharmaceutical company, bringing a wealth of expertise to our leadership team. Read on...
Working with the Ebell and the panelists who participated in our discussion on Ending Homelessness in Los Angeles, we put together resources and tips that we hope you'll share with everyone you know. It will take our entire community working together to solve this pressing issue. Thanks for your help!
It was standing room only at the Ebell for our Ending Homelessness panel in October. The goal: to educate the community about the state of homelessness in LA, show how various organizations are addressing the problem, and share ways to help and engage.
Our 4th annual Imagine Ball raised a goal-busting $270,000!
Each year, this fundraiser provides guests something truly unique: an intimate evening of musical performances and comedy at a special venue. This year, actor/comedian Tom Arnold emcee’d at The Peppermint Club in West Hollywood on October 12th.