• Social Good Nov 22

    Surfing Santas Ride for a Cause

    California Live’s Kim Caldwell-Harvey heads to The Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel to celebrate the return of the 10th Annual Surfing Santa and Stand Up Paddle Board Contest. Both seasonal events benefit Surfers Healing, a nonprofit that provides children with autism the gift of surfing.

  • Social Good Nov 18

    How Women Are Helping Other Women During the Holidays

    “California Live” is at the Downtown Women’s Center, an organization that is breaking chronic homelessness in the Los Angeles Skid Row community. We hear all about their Gifts for Good program that sells products created by formerly homeless women who are rebuilding self-esteem. Get a look at the signature collection whose sales are helping support women during the holidays.

  • Social Good Nov 17

    This Organization Is Bringing Nutrition to Alameda County's Hungry

    1 in 4 Alameda County residents experience food insecurity. “California Live” is at Alameda County Community Food Bank—a community-based organization that is helping bring nutrition to those in the area. Plus, hear about Giving Tuesday and about their Truffle Shuffle partnership.

  • Social Good Nov 16

    How Affirmation Cards Build Confidence in Children

    “California Live” meets up with a mom on a mission to help kids from all backgrounds feel confident, brave, and loved. Learn about how a mother and daughter duo created daily affirmation cards that celebrates children from all walks of life.

  • Social Good Nov 11

    This Organization Protects Children with Mental Health Disabilities

    Los Angeles-based organization, Mental Health Advocacy Services, is on a mission to protect the legal rights of low-income adults and children with mental health disabilities. “California Live” learns more about how the center was founded from the program director. Mental Health Advocacy Services is one of 56 organizations being supported by the LA Legacy program.

  • Social Good Nov 9

    Firefighters Give Fire Prevention Tips of the Season

    “California Live” ends the day on a top a Red Engine Ride fire truck. Learn about fire prevention so you and your loved ones stay safe this holiday season.

  • Social Good Nov 4

    LA Nonprofit Supports Domestic Violence Survivors

    Founded in 1980, Jenesse Center is a nonprofit domestic violence intervention and prevention organization. “California Live” learns more about the mission that provides holistic and comprehensive services to survivors and families impacted by domestic and sexual violence. The Jenesse Center is one of 56 organizations being supported by the LA Legacy.

  • Social Good Oct 27

    How Teen Sisters Launched Successful Bakery

    Maddy Bear Bakes is a successful bakeshop ran by 12-year-old baker and 13-year-old CEO, sisters (otherwise known as the baker and the boss). “California Live” visits their LA-based kitchen to learn about how the two young girls started the business and how it caters to several diets including vegan and dairy-free.

  • Social Good Oct 26

    How One Organization Is Helping the American Indian Community

    “California Live” learns about the mission of Pukúu Cultural Community Services, which helps improve opportunities for American Indians with culturally based community services. Find out the unique challenges American Indians face today and what the nonprofit group does to help. Pukúu Cultural Community Services is part of the LA Legacy program.

  • Social Good Oct 25

    11-Year-Old Epileptic Singer Will Steal Your Heart

    Imagine yourself at 11 years old hanging out with your friends one minute and then having a seizure the next. That is what happens to a brave young girl, diagnosed with a rare form of epilepsy, who is taking back her life with her voice. Learn about her music and remarkable story.

  • Social Good Oct 19

    Inglewood Nonprofit Uses Tennis to Mentor Children

    40 Love Foundation leverages tennis as a platform to develop skills, education, and mentorship that will impact kids’ lives. “California Live” talks with LeGeorge Mauldin from 40 Love Foundation to learn how the idea started and why tennis has been an effective platform for change. 40 Love is one of 56 organizations being supported by the LA Legacy.

  • Social Good Oct 19

    Pride House LA Is Changing the Narrative for Gay Youth

    “California Live” meets with Disney alumni stars on a mission to support gay youth. Learn about the Pride House LA, their collaborations, and huge successes on social media from Instagram to TikTok. Plus, find out how they are changing the narrative for the LGBTQ+ community.

  • Social Good Oct 6

    How LA Nonprofit Keeps Youth off the Streets

    “California Live” meets the Director of Development at Jovones. Jovones was chosen by the Super Bowl Legacy program, which sponsors LA-based nonprofits, for its great work in supporting young people in finding life stability. We hear about how the Boyle Heights organization helps to get “at risk” youth on the right track.

  • Social Good Sep 27

    LA Organization Helps Foster Kids Find Homes

    Behind the scenes of the upcoming Super Bowl LVI is Legacy 56, a group that is supporting LA-based nonprofits. One of their organizations doing great things is the Alliance for Children’s Rights. “California Live” learns how the organization helps kids and young adults, impacted by foster care, thrive with education and adoption support.

  • Social Good Sep 23

    LA-Based Organization Helps Offenders Get a Second Chance

    2nd Call supports the personal development of high-risk individuals, proven offenders, ex-felons, parolees and others who society commonly disregards. “California Live” interviews the Executive Director learn how this grassroots organization is different from other nonprofits. 2nd Call is one of 56 organizations being supported by the LA Legacy.

  • Social Good Sep 16

    LA Nonprofit Is Democratizing Wellness

    We’re gearing up for Super Bowl LVI that will be hosted here in Los Angeles in February. The NFL has partnered with LA county to support 56 LA-based nonprofit organizations. “California Live” talks with the founder of Our Own which empowers Angelenos to live their best life through nutrition, education, and fitness.

  • Social Good Sep 11

    Ruby's Rainbow Grants College Scholarships to Adults With Down Syndrome

    Ruby’s Rainbow organization advocates for adult students with down syndrome to achieve their dreams of higher education. “California Live” has a conversation with vocalist Melinda Lindner and how her new single “Ruby’s Rainbow” will support the Ruby’s Rainbow College Scholarship fund.

  • Social Good Sep 10

    Student-Built Memorial Educates Children on 9/11

    How do we educate our children on 9/11? The students at Sun Valley Magnet school have found a way to illustrate the tragic terrorist attacks that happened 20 years ago. “California Live” takes a tour of the memorial which highlights the twin towers and pentagon and a 15-foot flag with over 3000 handwritten names of those who perished in the towers.

  • Social Good Sep 2

    LA Nonprofit Is Helping Families Flee Afghanistan

    The Super Bowl LVI will be held here in Los Angeles in February as a huge win to our city. What’s more, behind the scenes is an organization called Legacy 56 that is turning the big game into a support system for social good as they fund LA-based nonprofit organizations. “California Live” talks to the founder of Miry’s List which...

  • Malou Nubla Sep 1

    Celebrating Malou's Grandmother

    One of “California Live’s” regular guests, Lourdes Adair, passed at 94-years-old. Malou’s grandmother shared much with the show from her cocktail recipes to high energy. She had 15 children, 33 grandchildren, loved to bowl, and enjoyed a good cosmopolitan. “She was the life of the party of my life,” says Malou.

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