The Women Who Lead honorees were once followers, and each shares their experiences on how they emerged as leaders in the Coachella Valley.
Filmed in the Coachella Valley during the pandemic, producer Mike Hatton and director Christian Sesma persevere to complete “Take Back”.
The one and only Ray Kappe-designed home in Palm Springs was celebrated with tours and a Q&A with his son, Finn, who oversaw its construction.
Contour Dermatology’s Day of Beauty event led to a $15,000 donation to the Desert Cancer Foundation during Skin Cancer Awareness Month.
Palm Desert is recognizing healthcare workers for their efforts during the pandemic by offering summer deals at the city’s best hotels.
Herschel Walker and Larry Elder assisted Mama’s House and its in-person events to raise funds for expansion plans to serve women in crisis.
Each year, Palm Springs Life selects three honorees as the 2021 Women Who Lead for their outstanding achievements and contributions.
The Warburton, one of the biggest celebrity charity events in the desert, is going virtual, but fans can still enjoy the music and auction.
Contour Dermatology’s week-long “Day of Beauty” in Rancho Mirage raised $10,000 for the Boys and Girls Club of Cathedral City.
Coachella Valley philanthropist Jerry Fogelson calls on peers to help families struggling to pay for basic needs during the pandemic.