As a Pasadena charity founded in 1913, Hillsides creates safe places for children in foster care living in its residential treatment center and is a community treatment center preventing the cycle of abuse for children at risk and their families. To learn more about Hillsides, visit www.Hillsides.org.
For nearly 35,000 children in the Los Angeles foster care system, they wish for these things at the start of the school year. Hillsides' children need your support to make their school year the very best.
Amongst the citrus and Zen gardens to the infinity pool overlooking the Colorado Bridge, two family-style tables were adorned with simple, lemon bouquets waiting to welcome guests at Hillsides' H100 Farm to Table dinner.
Renowned artist Phoebe Beasley visited Hillsides' campus to share with guests her experience teaching a two-hour workshop to vulnerable children, who are in foster care or suffer from severe emotional challenges.
Hillsides honored its donors and celebrated volunteers who have exceeded the agency's expectations and contributed so much of their resources to ensure that the mission of creating safe places continues for vulnerable children and families.
Hillsides, a Pasadena children's charity, is a proud recipient of a $15,000 grant from the "Los Angeles Times Family Fund, a fund of the McCormick Foundation" in support of the charity's Lynn Angell Memorial Children's Library.
Marking its 51st anniversary, The Ice House's All Star Comedy Show to benefit Hillsides raised $13,600. Hillsides Volunteer Network, a volunteer support group for the Pasadena foster care children's charity, was the recipient of the funds that will be used to offer hands-on activities for the children living at Hillsides.
During the holidays, the financial challenge of meeting a family's needs are greater. With support from the community, Hillsides Family Center is able to provide relief to families struggling during the holidays.
Partnering with Footwear News, Sole4Souls created the Great American Shoe Drive with the goal of distributing thousands of pairs of shoes to vulnerable men, women and children in more than twenty cities.
Konnichiwa Little Tokyo, a volunteer lead effort in partnership with organizations and businesses in Little Tokyo, hosted a cultural enrichment outing for vulnerable children living at Hillsides, a Pasadena foster care children's charity.