HCBF’s health fairs are a great way to connect Harbor residents to vital community resources, such as screenings for asthma and diabetes, nutrition and healthcare enrollment, dental and vision exams, physical fitness and recreational opportunities, and more. We’re asking for your support to keep these health fairs going strong! HCBF has been selected by Ahmadiyya Muslim […]
Los Angeles Conservation Corps (LACC), a non-profit organization, is developing an “urban greening” plan for San Pedro. The draft elements of this plan will be unveiled at a workshop on Thursday, October 2, from 6:00-8:30 P.M. at Warner Grand Theatre (map). The timing of the workshop coincides with “First Thursdays,” an artwalk held in downtown San Pedro that features […]
On Saturday, June 7, Clean Wilmington celebrated the opening of a newly renovated historic landmark in Wilmington. The Drum Magazine site was built in 1862 to serve Union troops in the Civil War. Over a century old, the site has gone through many changes, but the original brick magazine shell still stands. As part of […]
As part of our Healthy Harbor grants program, we awarded $85,000 to the Boys and Girls Clubs of the Los Angeles Harbor to purchase two compressed natural gas (CNG) buses and replace an existing diesel school bus. Diesel school buses are dangerous for a number of reasons. First, diesel exhaust has been linked to higher […]
Our health fairs are a good chance for Wilmington residents to see a health specialist, receive free screenings for risks like respiratory disease and diabetes, and meet with dozens of health and wellness experts in their area and learn about community resources and initiatives.