We need your support to expand our outreach to more communities so we can keep more people healthy and housed. Your investment allows us to provide basic needs like food and hygiene and to expand telehealth options for our patients so they can better access care.
You help us ensure that, in the face of the pandemic, we can offer personalized and expert care that helps our patients achieve their best physical and mental health.
We are living through a set of complex and converging events that have a significant impact our lives as well as the lives of our patients: a global pandemic, a call to action on racial equity, and a fight to ensure that everyone in our community has access to quality health care, regardless of their income, insurance or immigration status. In light of this challenging reality, we launched a virtual event series featuring conversations with content experts about the intersection of health and justice.
Please click on the tiles below to watch the recordings.
Supporters gathered at KCRW’s new space to discuss the relationship between food and health equity with Evan Kleiman, host of KCRW’s Good Food, Dr. Wendy Slusser, pediatrician and one of the Clinic’s 50 Visionaries, Amy Rowat, professor at UCLA, and Rick Nahmias founder and executive director of Food Forward.
Deborah McLeod, Director of Gagosian Beverly Hills, provided an exclusive walk through of Nathaniel Mary Quinn: Hollow and Cut
Members were invited to a private tour of Google’s newest office at the Spruce Goose hangar in Playa Vista. Historians and architects joined us to talk about the design and cultural significance of the site.
In 2019, Ivy Kagan Bierman, an entertainment lawyer at Loeb & Loeb and advisor to #TimesUp and the ADL received the Humanitarian Award and shared how she was drawn to supporting the Clinic because of her interest in protecting the safety and health of women and minorities.
Check out our photo album here.
Members were invited to an exclusive VIP preview party at Google Los Angeles where they had early access to bid on art at the silent auction on the evening before Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction opened to the public.
Members gathered at a private residence for a dynamic discussion with Michael Govan, CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director of LACMA, Kristin Sakoda, executive director of the Los Angeles County Arts Commission, and C. Ian White, CEO of the Charles White Archives.
Bennett Simpson, Senior Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art gave members a private walk-through of 2019 Venice Family Clinic Art Walk & Auction Signature Artist Laura Owens’s Los Angeles presentation at the museum.
In 2018, Funny or Die and Between Two Ferns received the Humanitarian Award for their work to raise awareness about the Affordable Care Act. In a twist, they returned the award to someone they considered to be worthy of it, Dr. Karen Lamp, and Zach Galifanakis interviewed her in an impromptu Between Two Ferns episode.
Watch the video of “Between Two Ferns: The Venice Family Clinic Edition.”