Westside Family Health Center’s employee-driven food and clothing drive, Heart2Heart is currently in full swing. Heart2Heart began when Hurricanes Katrina and Rita struck and WFHC team members wanted to do something to help Gulf Coast area residents. Since then, Westside Family Health Center (WFHC) has selected worthy community partners in need of food and clothing donations for their clients. This year, Heart2Heart will collect food items and toiletries, and distribute them to its patients and to the newly created Bruin Shelter that serves homeless UCLA and Santa Monica College students. The drive runs until February 11, 2017. Donations can be brought to Westside Family Health Center’s - 1705 Ocean Park Boulevard. Food items and toiletries needed include...
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Spotlighting Buy Local Give Local Week's kick-off event Eat2Give on Saturday Sat. 15th with students from Police Activites League SM and local restaurant owners embarking on cooking demo's and fundraising efforts. #BuyLocalGiveLocal #Eat2Give #EatLocalSM #BuyLocalSM
Wine, Dine and Support Westside Family Health Center at Thyme Café and Market on Thursday, September 1
SANTA MONICA, CA, August 22, 2015 – On Thursday, September 1, Thyme Café and Market will host a free wine tasting and fundraiser for Westside Family Health Center from 4:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Thyme Café and Market at 1630 Ocean Park Blvd in Santa Monica. Enjoy a complimentary wine tasting and grab dinner or a gift while supporting a great, local business and giving back to a much-needed, local cause. Twenty percent of your wine and retail purchase and ten percent of your food purchase (dine-in or take-out) will help WFHC provide quality health care to women, men and children in need in your community. Since 1974, Westside Family Health Center, located in Santa Monica at 1711 Ocean Park Boulevard right next to the Big Blue Bus stop, has been at the forefront of providing outstanding health care and health education to low-income and uninsured women, men and their families who live throughout Los Angeles County
SM Daily Press: I was in the Apple store last week to pick-up a small tripod for us to record our first Facebook Live presentation.* The team member asked me how I planned to use it and when I told him I was making a recording for the Santa Monica Lions Club, he was curious. “What is a Lions Club?” he asked. I told him we were a service club serving the needs of Santa Monica and the Westside. On an international level we focus on vision, feeding the hungry, children and the environment. His next question was, “What is a service club?” I was not surprised. Read more > > >
SM Daily Press: Buy Local Santa Monica is celebrating 2015 as another successful year for the economic development program with $45 million generated for the local community.
The Santa Monica Buy Local program is a partnership between local businesses and the City that encourages shoppers to spend money within city limits, particularly at mom and pop stores.
Any business located in Santa Monica is eligible to join the program but organizers say their priority is to support locally owned, independent businesses. Members receive marketing and promotional support, discounted advertising rates, exhibitor opportunities and event discounts. Read more > > >