Written by Catherine Wong, BCHD Health Promotions and Communications Intern

Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) does an exceptional job of supporting the youth of the Beach Cities community. As a girl that has grown up in Redondo...

The holiday season can be quiet and lonely for many people. While many of us spends time with friends or families, sharing gifts and laughter, many of the older adults in the Beach Cities may be alone, with no gifts to open.

For this reason...

This is a time of year when many people have gifts on their minds. Gifts come in all shapes and sizes, and not all gifts come during the holidays. I’d like to take a brief look back at some of the gifts our community has received in the last year....

Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) is happy to announce that we are re-launching the Brain Buddy program this month! To adhere to the California Health Mandate protocols, the program went on hiatus during the pandemic in order to protect our most...

More than 100 volunteers tended to elementary school gardens in Redondo Beach Thursday as part of Beach Cities Health District’s (BCHD) Beach Cities Volunteer Day.

BCHD took the opportunity to recognize some outstanding community members during...

On Saturday, June 18, 2022, Beach Cities Health District hosted our annual Volunteer Recognition Brunch at the Westdrift Hotel in Manhattan Beach to honor and celebrate our...

Choosing to study business marketing in college was an easy decision for me – I always knew that I wanted to be creative in my career and I also had an interest in sharing messages with an audience. After obtaining several Associates degrees from my...

Since 1998, Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) Care and Aid for Patients (CAPS) volunteers have been a tight-knit group of volunteers crocheting and knitting blankets for people in hospice. The blankets are provided to patients in partnership with...

Carol Johnson and her husband Chuck bought a house and got married in Hermosa Beach in 1964. Their daughter is now a teacher in Hawthorne.

Now retired, Carol has spent a lot of time volunteering with Beach Cities Health District (BCHD) and...

Max
Not many men of 21 years of age are focused on serving their community, but for Manhattan Beach resident Max Kelber, that’s exactly what he does.
 
Looking ahead, Max is planning on studying at El Camino College, but while he...

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