People Making A Difference: Artist Sells Paintings To Aid Animal Relief Efforts In AustraliaA Redondo Beach artist is using her artistic skills to raise money for animal relief efforts in Australia.
People Making A Difference: Michigan Woman Raises $100K For Long Beach Business Burned During RiotsA 25-year-old business in Long Beach went up in flames Sunday night as riots broke out following protests against police brutality after the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis officers.
People Making A Difference: Teens Create Virtual Tutoring Platform To Help Kids Learning From HomeTwo 17-year-old girls created a platform that offers virtual tutoring for students staying home in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. In the summer, the project will host a virtual summer camp.
People Making A Difference: Teens Create Virtual Tutoring Platform To Help Kids Learning From HomeTwo 17-year-old girls created a platform that offers virtual tutoring for students staying home in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. In the summer, the project will host a virtual summer camp.
People Making A Difference: Strangers Stage Driveway Production For Senior Missing Out On High School's MusicalMoorpark High School Senior Olivia Hymas was disappointed about missing out on her school's final musical production, but little did she know two strangers were working their magic to make sure her hard work didn't go to waste
People Making A Difference: Teachers Give It Their All To Reach Students Remotely Amid Coronavirus PandemicWhile remote learning has posed its fair share of challenges — spotty WiFi, dropped signals and issues with the mute button — these teachers, like countless others across the nation, continue to show up for their students.
People Making A Difference: Sisters Of Watts Continues Providing For Community In Wake Of Coronavirus PandemicA generation ago, a group of mothers banded together to ensure their children were involved in positive activities. Now those children have grown up and started the organization Sisters of Watts, giving back to the community even amid the coronavirus pandemic.
People Making A Difference: Wine Company Gives Back In Wake Of Coronavirus PandemicOne Hope Wine has already raised more than $50,000 for micro-grants and $30,0000 for comfort packages.
People Making A Difference: MPTF Retirement Home Staff Get Creative To Keep Seniors Connected Amid COVID PandemicDue to the coronavirus pandemic, socially-driven programs at the MPTF Retirement Community have come to a halt, but the staff have found a way to keep the residents connected during the quarantine.
People Making A Difference: The Literacy Club Finds New Ways To Deliver Books Amid Coronavirus PandemicBut last month, after countless children were sent home from school to stop the spread of COVID-19, The Literacy Club put the box building on hold and began providing books directly to those who reached out to them via social media.
People Making A Difference: Holton's Heroes Supports Special Needs Families Struggling During Coronavirus PandemicAn organization started to help families with children with traumatic brain injuries has extended support to provide groceries for those families struggling amid the coronavirus pandemic.
People Making A Difference: Quarantine Art ClassParents are having to come up with creative ways to keep their quarantined children busy, and a few artists on Instagram are helping those cooped up kids find their inner Van Gogh and Picasso.
People Making A Difference: Nonprofit Provides More Than A Haircut For HomelessA local hairstylist gives back to community by providing haircuts to people experiencing homelessness as a volunteer for the nonprofit organization NoHo Home Alliance.
People Making A Difference: SoCal Mom Carries On Daughter's Legacy, Helping Others Battle Cystic FibrosisClaire wanted her foundation to ease the financial burdens of families with children living with cystic fibrosis.
People Making A Difference: Long Beach Man Moves To Africa To Support Nonprofit HospitalDriven by a desire to give back to the medical profession, a Long Beach man uprooted his life to move to rural Tanzania to help a nonprofit hospital spread its message even further.
How Former Mayor Tom Bradley Took Action To End Discrimination In Private LA Social ClubsIn 1987, Mayor Tom Bradley rallied with city leaders to fight discrimination and passed an ordinance banning it in private L.A. social clubs.
People Making A Difference: Nonprofit Helps People Achieve Hollywood Dream, Gives Second ChancePeople in the film and television industry often say, "You have to know somebody," to get your foot in the door, but this nonprofit organization is helping people attain the Hollywood dream — and a second chance at life.
People Making A Difference: UCLA Student Spreads Love, WarmthThe Hugs in a Blanket club at the University of California Los Angeles started in January 2016 at Taft Charter High School and was then established at Hamilton High School before opening a chapter at UCLA.
People Making A Difference: Skateboarder Uses Sport To Steer Kids In Right DirectionAfter getting his skateboard stolen as a child, Andrew Mares fell into some bad habits. Now as an adult, he's providing area kids with an outlet that he hopes will keep them out of trouble.
People Making A Difference: Project Coffee CupMost of us start our day with a cup of coffee - but one Good Samaritan is using that cup o' Joe to show respect for the homeless.
People Making A Difference: 21-Year-Old Uses Music To Advocate For Mental Health TreatmentA 21-year-old Orange County man who has dealt with illnesses since he was a child spent part of his time in hospitals entertaining fellow patients with his music, but now he's finding a different kind of healing in his music.
People Making A Difference: 7-Year-Old Raises More Than $34K For Pediatric Cancer ResearchA 7-year-old from Rancho Mission Viejo has raised more than $34,000 for pediatric cancer research by selling handmade bracelets.
People Making A Difference: Family Helps Children In Africa Get Surgery For Serious Medical ConditionA local family whose daughter recovered from a serious medical condition is now helping children in Africa suffering from the same medical condition get a much-needed surgery.
People Making A Difference: Teen Girls Keep Holocaust Survivor's Story AliveWith the help of a $5,000 grant from the Dragon Kim Foundation, two teen girls paid tribute to an area Holocaust survivor by curating her tapestries into an exhibit at the Feldman Gallery at the Harvard-Westlake School.

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