Community Benefits

The Baldwin Hills community is diverse and special and we are committed to being an active member of the community. We are involved in year-round educational events like “Fishing in the City”, field trips and classroom visits. We are also committed to helping the community in other ways, such as contributing to the success of the Dog Park, removal of old oil field facilities and installation of a basketball court in Culver City.

Landscaping Plan

Landscaping improvements began in 2005 with a major visual enhancement at the intersection of Stocker Street and Fairfax Avenue. We are proud to announce that once its seven-phase Landscaping Plan is approved, the existing landscaping along the public thoroughfares of La Cienega Boulevard and Stocker Street (installed a decade ago by LA County) will be significantly enhanced and new landscaping will be installed along Fairfax Avenue and La Brea Avenue to visually improve the appearance of those corridors.

We pride ourselves on being a leading corporate citizen.Our charitable contributions are geared towards supporting programs that improve the quality of life for citizens in the communities where we have a presence.

 

 

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Sheriff’s Youth Foundation of Los Angeles County – http://sheriff.lacounty.gov
American Cancer Society – www.cancer.org
AYSO – www.ayso.org
Blues School
Boys and Girls Club – www.bgca.org
Culver City Community Musical Theater Program – www.dee-lightful.org
Culver City Community Scholarship Fund
Culver City Education Foundation – www.ccef90230.org
Culver City Police Officers Association – www.culvercitypolice.com
Foundation for the Junior Blind – www.juniorblind.org
Habitat for Humanity – www.habitat.org
J. Technical Institute
Ladera Little League – www.laderalittleleague.org
LARP Literary Council – www.larpliteracycouncil.org
Make-A-Wish – www.wish.org
March of Dimes – www.marchofdimes.com
My Friends Place – www.myfriendsplace.org
Pan African Film Festival – www.paff.org
People to People Ambassador Program – www.peopletopeople.com
Special Olympics – www.specialolympics.org
Tension of Opposites Orchestral Journalism – www.thetensionofopposites.co.uk
United Way – www.liveunited.org
Urban Policy Roundtable – http://laurbanroundtable.typepad.com/
USO – www.uso.org
World Impact – www.worldimpact.org
YMCA – www.ymca.net
On a Mission – www.joinoam.org

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