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Dr. Samuel Gidding Joins the FH Foundation as Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Samuel Gidding. Photo courtesy the FH Foundation The FH Foundation, a global research and advocacy organization, today announced that Dr. Samuel Gidding will join as chief medical officer. Dr. Gidding brings more than 30 years of experience in preventative cardiology, pediatric cardiology and heart failure/transplantation with a strong focus in familial hypercholesterolemia (FH), most recently serving as division head of pediatric cardiology at Nemours Cardiac Center and A.…

Huntington Hospital Reports It Provided $129,780,381 in Community Benefits to Pasadena Area Last Year

Mejor Salud, Mejor Vida community outreach clinic As part of its non-profit mission, Huntington Hospital provides significant benefits to the communities it serves, often in the form of free and part-pay hospital care for the…

The Armenian Relief Society Receives Social Services Grant from Pasadena Community Foundation

Armenian Relief Society of Western USA Social Services Division therapists shown conducting a workshop promoting health and wellbeing earlier this year. Image via Facebook The Armenian Relief Society of Western USA Social Services Division will…

Pasadena’s Union Station Homeless Services Awarded $15,000 Grant from Bank of America

Union Station Homeless Services, a Pasadena-based nonprofit organization committed to helping homeless individuals and families rebuild their lives, has been awarded a $15,000 economic mobility grant by Bank of America. The funds from the grant…

Tzu Chi Mobile Food Pantry: Food Distribution in Southern California

It’s no secret: fast foods and ready-to-eat products are quick, cheap, and are designed to momentarily satisfy the palate. For a family struggling to make ends meet, the price of fresh, nutritious, and wholesome food…

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Pasadena’s Friendship Baptist Church “Sunday Gospel Brunch” Fundraiser

Pasadena Friendship Community Development Corporation is holding its fifth Sunday Gospel Brunch on Sunday, July 29, to benefit its affordable housing efforts and its Community…

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Board Chairman: Pasadena Museum of California Art Was Financially Unsustainable

Faced with mounting financial woes and no solution on the horizon, The Pasadena Museum of California Art’s Board of Directors Chairman says this week’s decision to close down the local institution in October is the best available option. The museum at 490 East Union Street, which has showcased the Golden State’s historic and modern artwork for more than 16 years, will shut its doors following the run of the current exhibition on Oct. 7. Executive Director Dr. Susana Smith Bautista had on Tuesday confirmed news of the closure, which stunned and dismayed the Southern California art world, but she would…

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