A Charity Based in La Cañada Flintridge
A group of La Cañada High School students that simply just want to give back to their community through charities and donations.
What We Do
We set up annual charities at the Memorial park. Donations collected include toys, canned goods, and clothes. The donations are organized, packaged, and sent to St. Bede the Venerable Church.
We have entered a partnership called Project Virtus with the Verdugo Hills Hospital Volunteering Club and Return Love Organization to create homemade masks for local hospitals during the COVID-19 crisis.
During certain demonstrations in the aftermath of the death of George Floyd, local businesses were destroyed and looted. We set up a GoFundMe page and raised hundreds of dollars for local businesses.
The 2018-2020 Projects
Volunteers and Members
Projects including charities, fundraisers, and drives
Donations from the projects
Our Annual Charities
Join us, on August 4th, so we can give people in great despair the second chance needed to lift themselves and become better human beings. Every life has the potential to be something truly inspiring, let’s make it happen.
All donations go to St. Bede the Venerable. It is a catholic church in La Cañada located at 215 Foothill Blvd. Within the church, there are organizations that create massive charity projects in Africa or makes sandwiches for the poor.
“La Cañada Charity, a group comprised of La Cañada High School students who hope to help individuals and families in need.”
– Los Angeles Times
“Inspired by their peers, a group of local students recently hosted a donation drove called La Cañada Charity at Memorial Park.”
Contact us to learn how you can volunteer or donate.
Our Charity Projects
On August 1st, the La Cañada Charity decided to cancel the 2020 charity, which was initially scheduled for August 4th and then postponed to August 9th. The event was canceled because the La Cañada City Hall could not distribute Solicitor IDs due to the Los Angeles Public Health office’s mandates. This means the event cannot take…
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(Left to Right) Luping Chen, Two Employees of Verdugo Hills Hospital, Ethan Kim, Arthur Khayat, Luke Yang, Peter Chen, Shakeh Khayat, and Alex Khayat) On May 12th, the first charity event under Project Virtus was conducted. At the Verdugo Hills Hospital, the three organizations met with a few nurse representatives. We greeted them with a…
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