National Philanthropy Day honors those in the Coachella Valley who give their love and labor to help others.
Olive Crest Desert Communities, known for its dedication to preventing child abuse, and to treating at-risk children, hosted its “Power of One” luncheon.
Cathedral City High School band memebrs were in attendance when Pacific Symphony performed for the Palm Springs Friends of Philharmonic at McCallum Theatre.
Nominees for this year’s National Philanthropy Day In The Desert were honored at a reception by The Association of Fundraising Professionals California.
Rapport International Furniture in Palm Desert reveals 2019 trends: natural and exotic woods, a range of refined fabrics, and soft leathers.
Desert Arc, established in 1959 to provide vocational training and services to people with developmental and intellectual disabilities, hosted its 10th Annual Golf Classic on April 11 at Eagle Falls Golf Course at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio. This sold-out event featured a barbecue lunch, a shotgun scramble format, an awards banquet, and live auction. More than 130 golfers
Desert Arc turned in a winning scorecard at this year’s Ninth Annual Golf Classic and Dinner on April 5 at Fantasy Springs Resort Casino’s Eagle Falls Golf Course in Indio.
Guide Dogs of the Desert helds its 10th annual “Dog Day Afternoon,” April 2 at the historic Smoke Tree Ranch in Palm Springs.
Idyllwild Arts Academy, Southern California’s prestigious boarding arts high school, hosted its highly-anticipated, not-to-be-missed Visual Arts Academy Student Exhibition March 4 at the internationally known Melissa Morgan Fine Art on El Paseo in Palm Desert. An overflow crowd of 200 guests were in attendance, including members of the school’s Board of Governors, Board of Trustees, Associates, Visual Arts Academy faculty,
In honor of its 70th Anniversary, Idyllwild Arts Foundation invited the Southern California community to a top-notch celebration April 16.