for our community

Our Neighbors & Partners

Strengthening and fostering the health and well-being of our communities goes far beyond our front doors into our local neighborhoods and our community partners.

As a non-profit organization, we rely on community partners to help us to provide the wide range of services we offer patients and the broader community. We invest in the efforts of local non-profits and build partnerships with a variety of community-based organizations that share our mission and values. In response, members of our community express their support for White Memorial in a wide variety of ways, including volunteerism, advocacy and philanthropy.

In the past we committed to building stronger ties with schools, churches and other civic organizations in our neighborhood as a way of creating a broader network of community resources dedicated to improving the quality of life of our neighbors. During the last two years, we reinvigorated our community outreach efforts locally through a volunteer speakers bureau composed of White Memorial doctors, board members and leadership.

The Community Leadership Council is another product of our outreach efforts. This group, a subcommittee of our Governing Board, includes about 15 people who come from educational institutions, churches, law enforcement agencies, local governments and other civic organizations. The council works with White Memorial staff and physicians to keep abreast of the community’s needs and guide outreach efforts, such as community health and wellness activities.

In some cases, our community partners provide services that White Memorial, for various reasons, might not be able to offer at any given time. For example, to off-set reductions in our complementary services to seniors, we welcomed a new satellite office of the Mexican-American Opportunity Foundation (MAOF) to our campus.

In this office, seniors are able to getbus tokens for transportation to their hospital appointments. Also in collaboration with MAOF, we have been able to expand our health education and wellness programs for seniors in surrounding neighborhoods.

In 2013, our community partners included:

  • American Diabetes Association
  • American Heart Association
  • Archdiocese of Los Angeles Youth Program
  • Art Share Los Angeles
  • Asian Pacific Community Fund
  • Bilingual Foundation of the Arts
  • Bishop Mora Salesian High School
  • Boyle Heights Chamber of Commerce
  • Boyle Heights Neighborhood Council
  • Boyle Heights Youth Technology
  • Casa 0101, Inc.
  • Catholic Association of Latino Leaders Los Angeles Chapter
  • Catholic Schools from Local Deanery
  • Community Health Councils
  • Congressional Student Art Contest
  • Consulado General de Mexico en Los Angeles
  • Dolores Mission
  • East Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce
  • East Los Angeles Community Youth Center
  • East Los Angeles Women’s Center
  • El Arca
  • Familia Unida Living with Multiple Sclerosis
  • Girls Today Women Tomorrow
  • Hilda L. Solis Academy
  • Hollenbeck Police Business Council
  • Hollenbeck Police Activities League (PAL)
  • Hollenbeck Youth Center
  • Homeboy Industries
  • House of Ruth
  • Kiikas(Purses with a purpose)
  • LA Conservation Corps
  • LA Opera Foundation
  • LAC+USC Medical Center Foundation
  • LAFD Station #2
  • La Plaza de Cultura y Artes
  • Lincoln Heights Chamber of Commerce
  • Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council
  • Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce
  • Los Angeles Latino Chamber of Commerce
  • Los Angeles Music & Art School
  • Mexican American Opportunity Foundation
  • MAOF Senior Hispanic Information & Assistance
  • Mariachi Plaza Festival Foundation
  • Mariachi Women’s Foundation
  • Mexican Consulate of Los Angeles
  • MLK Community Health Foundation
  • Mothers of East Los Angeles
  • National Health Foundation
  • National Hispanic Medical Association
  • National Latina Business Women Association-Los Angeles Chapter
  • Northeast Youth Source Center
  • Old-timers Foundation
  • Oscar de la Hoya/Golden Boy Foundation
  • Para Los Niños
  • Partners in Care Foundation
  • Proyecto Pastoral at Dolores Mission
  • Resurrection Catholic School
  • Sacred Heart High School & Elementary School
  • Salesian Boys & Girls Club
  • Self Help Graphics & Art
  • South East Rio Vista
  • Southern California Conference of Seventh-day Adventists
  • St. Bernard Catholic School & Church
  • St. Mary Catholic School
  • Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation
  • The Barlow Foundation
  • The Lucille and Edward R. Roybal Foundation
  • TELACU Education Foundation
  • The Neighborhood Music School
  • UCLA Community & Local Government Relations
  • USC Civic Engagement
  • Variety Boys & Girls Club
  • Victory Outreach
  • White Memorial Adventist School
  • YMCA Montebello-Commerce
  • YMCA Weingart East Los Angeles
  • Young Life Del Rio
  • Youth Opportunity Movement