Christian Outreach in Action (COA) is a nondenominational, nonprofit organization that has been serving the community since 1981. COA provides a stable daily environment for the homeless and poor, including women and children. COA also provides transitional housing and counseling that leads to the attainment … read more.
Category: Special Collections
The mission of Urban Community Outreach (UCO) is “to advance the interests and promote the welfare of the economically disenfranchised and homeless people in Long Beach by offering a welcoming environment to provide respite, nutrition, opportunity, and hope.” UCO does this in several ways. On … read more.
he mission of the Long Beach Trauma Recovery Center is to make quality trauma-focused mental health services available to all who are in need. They work with individuals, families, and children who have been victims of crime or trauma. All services are free of charge. … read more.
GRID Alternatives’ is working toward a successful transition to clean, renewable energy that includes everyone. Their mission is to make renewable energy technology and job training accessible to under-served communities. GRID Alternatives is a national leader in making clean, affordable solar power and solar jobs … read more.
The mission of Homeland Cultural Center is to provide a safe place for the cultivation, preservation, and promotion of art forms, both traditional and contemporary, representing the diverse array of cultures that make up Long Beach today. Homeland offers classes and drop-in programs in West … read more.
This month our Special Collection and Social Justice Forum will be aligned. (Both will take place on March 8.) Our recipient will be A New Way of Life Reentry Project (ANWOL), and its founder, Susan Burton, will lead our Social Justice Forum in the Lounge … read more.
Come to the Forum on February 9 to learn about the Transition to the University Scholarship
Dreamers Scholarship Forum on February 9, 2020
Come to the Social Justice Forum on Sunday February 9 to learn about the needs of undocumented students at California … read more.
East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice (EYCEJ) was established in 2001 by residents of the Commerce/East Los Angeles area who were concerned with the increasing environmental health impacts of industrial pollution in their community, as well as several pending expansion projects adjacent to homes, schools … read more.
In the month of December our special collection is split half and half between UUCLB’s Minister’s Emergency Fund, which is available for the minister to use to help church members in temporary need, and an outside organization of the minister’s choosing. This year, you are … read more.
Since 1977 Women Shelter of Long Beach has helped thousands of families overcome the trauma caused by domestic abuse. WSLB assists victims and their children by providing safe shelter and supportive services including emergency shelter, a 24-hour crisis hotline, counseling, social services support, legal and … read more.