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The Academy of Special Dreams believes that all persons, regardless of their disabilities, should have equal opportunities to express their talents and to be successful in the Arts.
The Alhambra High School Hall of Fame Committee is organized for the purpose of recognizing the outstanding achievements of alumni and other distinguished individuals, and assist with funding efforts of programs at Alhambra High School.
The Alhambra Educational Education, or AEF, is a nonprofit organization that is focused on raising funds for programs, curriculum and materials that directly benefit all 15,000 students and 18 schools in the Alhambra Unified School District (AUSD). AEF is proud to be the official fundraising partner of AUSD, and has donated more than $1.5 million to the District since our inception in 1993.
The Alhambra Historical Society, founded in 1966, invites you to become a member and help further the aims of their organization. Annual dues are $5 per student, $15 per adult or $25 per family. A corporate membership is $150 and individual life membership is $200. The annual membership runs from July 1st-June 30th. To become a member, send your completed form and your check to the Alhambra Historical Society, P.O. Box 6687, Alhambra, CA 91802.
The Alhambra Latino Association (ALA) is a non-profit organization comprised of educators and community members from the Alhambra, Monterey Park, San Gabriel, and Rosemead area dedicated towards helping students.
The mission of the Alhambra Police Foundation is to work in partnership with citizens, businesses and philanthropic organizations, to provide resources to the Alhambra Police Department in order to enhance the Department’s ability to serve at its highest level in improving public safety, decreasing crime, and making Alhambra a safer place to live, work and visit.
The Library is one of the busiest libraries in the State of California, circulating as many as 500 items an hour. On average, about 44,000 individuals visit the library every month, and check out about 550,000 items every year. The Library is committed to providing the best possible service to the vibrant community of Alhambra.
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Asian American Economic Development Enterprises, Inc. began in 1977 by helping Chinese immigrants acclimate to their new environment and to obtain financial security. It has since grown into a full service 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to economic self-help for Asian Americans and others. Its activities include workshops and seminars, business assistance for beginning and fledgling enterprises, access to funding for growing ventures, information support for the business community, advocacy for small and minority firms and individualized career consultation.
The Asian Business Association was founded in 1976 to proactively help Asian Americans gain access to economic opportunities and advancement. Through the efforts of the organization the ABA works towards bringing together divergent groups spanning the Asian business community on issues which mutually affect their business interests.
Asian Youth Center (AYC) is a 501(c)3 non-profit community based organization serving the social service and educational needs of all youth and families, with a focus on Asian Immigrants.
The Boys & Girls Club of West San Gabriel Valley has been a cornerstone of the community since we first opened our doors in 1972. We provide a safe, structured environment for young people after school, during holidays and on summer vacation. Youth ages 6-17 are encouraged to join and open the door to all of the fun and exciting activities we have to offer.
Green Menu is a non-profit organization with a mission to inspire and promote healthy lifestyles and a green environment through plant-based diets. Support us by joining our membership and get discounts when dining and shopping Green.
Professional Child Development Associates is a non-profit organization whose focus is on child development serving children from birth to 21 years of age, and families, when there is any concern regarding development or behavior, including children with a diagnosis of autism, intellectual disabilities, epilepsy, cerebral palsy, learning disabilities, premature birth, genetic syndromes, and/or other developmental or behavioral concerns.
The Rotary Club of Alhambra Club, one of the oldest service clubs in the city, boasts more than 70 active members who, through the Avenues of Service, are committed to improving the quality of life for those business and professional leaders who live and work in the community.
New Generation Rotary is a theme for new Rotary clubs that break the mold of a typical morning breakfast or noon-time meeting. San Gabriel Valley New Gen Rotary is focused on making Rotary accessible to a younger professionals for whom it may be more desirable to meet in the early evenings.