The Valley Cultural Center’s Community Outreach mission is to enrich the community through quality arts activities and programs for youth, seniors, and families in the San Fernando Valley. Cuts in school arts programs have left our children with little opportunity to experience the joys of creativity and imagination through music, dance, and visual arts. Opportunities for seniors to participate in an affordable arts experience are also few and far between. Thanks to the generous support of individuals and corporations, the Valley Cultural Center’s Outreach programs reach thousands of elementary, middle, and high school students; senior citizens; and families each year.
If you would like to join our Outreach Committee, please see the VCC Volunteer Application (PDF 97KB).
Valley Cultural Center’s objective is to highlight and recognize select non-profit organizations “making a difference” to the community of the San Fernando Valley.
VCC will feature a different non-profit at each of the twelve concerts. Each organization will have the opportunity talk to the Concert audience from the stage and inform them of the significant and meaningful service it provides to the community. A vendor booth will be provided to that non-profit for the evening to distribute informational material to the people who visit the booth. Note: This is not a forum for fundraising.
Below are some organizations making a difference:
- Brooks and Brooks Foundation
- One Generation
- Valley Women’s Center
- Soroptimists of the San Fernando Valley
- San Fernando Valley Audubon Society
- West Valley Boys and Girls Club
- San Fernando Valley Community Mental Health Center
- Shelter Hope Pet Rescue
- Valley Village
- Resource Conservation District of the Santa Monica Mountains
- Leukemia / Lymphoma Society-Los Angeles
- Talk About Curing Autism
Submissions Application for the 2013 Concert Season
Thank you for your interest in Valley Cultural Center’s Community Connections program. Download the application to find all the information you need to know and understand to participate in this community-concerned endeavor.