We are excited to announce we’ll be using Mobile Bidding at this year’s Mardi Gras Ball Silent Auction. Mobile Bidding enables some great new features.
Community Conscience has selected John Bradley and June Glasmeier as King and Queen of the 28th annual Mardi Gras Ball, which will be held the evening of Saturday, February 29 at the Hyatt Regency Westlake Hotel.
Your 2020 Mardi Gras Ball Major Sponsorships and Silent Auction donations ensure 13 non-profits keep their doors open!
As planning for the 28th annual Mardi Gras Ball takes place, we realize our mission is as important today as it was 30 years ago.
Can you imagine that we could create a world without bullying? PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center works to lead social change to prevent childhood bullying.
Senior Concerns’ Bargain Boutique and Thrift Store is one of 13 social service non-profits which receive free rent at the Community Conscience Human Services Center in Thousand Oaks, California. Revenues from the store benefit Senior Concerns which provides programs such as Senior Advocates, Adult Day Care Center, Senior Family Support Service, and Meals on Wheels. We sat down with Senior Concerns President Andrea Gallagher to learn more about their organization.
Community Conscience is seeking nominations for the 2020 Mardi Gras Ball King and Queen!
You‘re invited! Join us Saturday, October 12 from 6:30 – 9:00 pm at Sunland Vintage Winery as we celebrate three decades of service.
Sarah, age six, was experiencing changes in her appetite, sleep and levels of play that were of concern to her mom and grandmother after Sarah witnessed domestic violence at home. They had been referred to Interface by Sarah’s teacher, Ben, when Sarah began to isolate from her friends at school.
Who would have guessed replacing some old toilets would have such a big impact?
Shortly after 9:00 am on Monday, May 13, a young woman named Beverly walked toward the front doors of Community Conscience. Pregnant, and holding her two-year old child’s hand, she paused while her daughter tugged at her dress. “Mommy, look at the bunny,” the little girl said, pointing to the colorful, five-foot-tall rabbit outside of the building.