Nonprofit Spotlight

The Heart of Ida helps older adults preserve independent living, and brings comfort and cheer when assisted living is necessary.

“Working with our neighborhoods is critical. Nonprofits are the voice of the people we serve. If we are doing our job we should understand our community and their needs. We want people to know we are here and the services we provide.” – Dina Berg, Executive Director, Heart of Ida.

Heart of Ida offers several classes in the community to help with fall prevention by improving balance and physical performance. Attend a tai chi class at Rose Park every Tuesday from 8:15 – 9:15am.

The Heart of Ida is looking for volunteer dog walkers, handy men/women, office help, and other. If you’re interested in volunteering with the Heart of Ida, email Dina Berg at Learn more at

Know and share – MoLAA

Museum of Latin American Art

Night at the Museum: Docent Recruitment

The Museum of Latin American Art is now recruiting docents for upcoming training in March. We seek individuals who are enthusiastic about working with the public, dedicated to lifelong learning, and committed to enriching others through art. Join us for our Docent Orientation Mix and Mingle to learn more about the program:

Topics of Discussion:

Training; Perks; Tours; Responsibilities

Date: Thursday, February 21st, 2019

Time: 6:00pm-8:00pm

Location: Museum of Latin American Art

628 Alamitos Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802

RSVP Required

Light refreshments will be provided

To RSVP or for more questions Contact: Elizabeth Aguilar, Volunteer Manager at or call 562-216-4119

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Elizabeth Aguilar

Volunteer Manager