Entries by Andrew Jhun

MCWCC Awards Neighborhood Purpose Grants for Spring 2017 Cycle

During this Spring 2017 cycle, Mid City West Community Council awarded neighborhood purposes grants to LaunchLA and to Friends of Hancock Park Elementary School. Neighborhood purpose grants (“NPGs”) are grants awarded through an application and selection process to partner with local 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations and public schools in Mid City West’s community. Our NPG awardees join […]

LAPD Public Service Announcement: Lock it up!

Lock It! Make sure all of your doors are locked and the windows are up If you have an alarm system, make sure it is engaged. Hide It! If you must leave valuables in the vehicle, hide them from plain sight Keep It! Remember, the best way to safeguard your property and prevent a break-in […]

MCWCC Open Statement on Recent Events in Charlottesville, Virginia

MID CITY WEST COMMUNITY COUNCIL OPEN STATEMENT ON RECENT EVENTS IN CHARLOTTESVILLE, VIRGINIA September 12, 2017 In response to the recent events of August 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia, Mid City West Community Council (MCWCC) rejects and denounces all acts of hate and violence and further affirms our commitment to promoting inclusivity of people with or without disabilities […]

Save the Date for the 2017 GreenFest & Sustainable Garden Tour – Sunday May 21st

Mark you calendar for the 2017 GreenFest and Sustainable Garden Tour – Sunday, May 21st from 11am – 3pm at Pan Pacific Park   Co-Organized by Mid City West and Theodore Payne Foundation, the FREE community event will include food, entertainment, family-friendly activities, and a Garden Tour through the neighborhood highlighting gardens which are California […]

MCWCC Honored with 2nd Consecutive EmpowerLA Award

For the second consecutive year, Mid City West Community Council was honored with the annual EmpowerLA Award from the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment (“DONE”).  Mid City West Community Council was recognized for revitalizing the Rosewood Garden Park, one of the smallest parks in the City of Los Angeles. “Proving that communities can do big things […]