From October 11 – 17, 2020, Venice Family Clinic hosted a Week of Action that encouraged the community to come together with acts of service and kindness to help those in need.
Supporters near and far pledged their support, choosing to complete at least one action from our Action Pack and engaging in activities that make a difference in the lives of our patients.
Big thank you to all the individual supporters and corporate sponsors who helped bring our Week of Action to life.
Our Week of Action may be over, but we welcome your support all year round. Most of the activities in our Action Pack are things you can do anytime, including:
Interested in learning more? Email VFCaction@mednet.ucla.edu or call (310) 392-9255.
On the occasion of our 50th anniversary, Venice Family Clinic
proudly honors 50 visionaries who have inspired us.
Through their ideas and actions they have positively impacted
the health of our patients and our community.
Your gift to Venice Family Clinic will ensure that
thousands of people across Los Angeles have
access to vital health care services, regardless of
their income, insurance, or immigration status.
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There’s a lot going on in and around Venice Family Clinic. You can read our most recent posts below.
To see all posts related to our 50th anniversary celebration, click here.
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How the vision of two men led to a new medical home for Venice
Patient has been coming to Clinic from the start
Read more about the contributions made by these black leaders.
These women have had positive impact on the health of our patients and community.
Clinic addresses food insecurity with free produce, meals for patients
Read more about one of Venice Family Clinic’s longest-serving volunteers.
These leaders have had a significant impact on public health in our community and beyond.
Read about the amazing women who founded Venice Art Walk.
Read more about Judy de la Torre’s inspiring journey.
These leaders have had an impact on the trauma-informed approach we take to patient care.