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Rose Park Neighborhood Association is thrilled to share the exciting news! We will be participating in Long Beach Gives 2022 to raise awareness and funding for the ArtWorksLBC program, a community benefit program of Rose Park Neighborhood Association. ArtWorksLBC serves to foster community building through the revitalization of public spaces and brings art programming to local Long Beach schools, nonprofit organizations, and to attendees at Rose Park every Thursday from 3 to 5pm.


Long Beach Gives is an annual, citywide giving event where individuals and organizations come together across the city of Long Beach (and beyond!) to invest in our community. Since 2019, this campaign raised over $4.6 million for local nonprofit organizations.

Every year, the excitement for Long Beach Gives builds when nonprofits share their fundraising stories. City officials, residents, local businesses, and their employees show their generosity for the community. 

This year’s Long Beach Gives is on September 22nd! The Campaign kicks off with early giving on September 15 and culminates with a 24-hour giving event on September 22! 

Over 200 nonprofits were selected to participate in Long Beach Gives 2022. The Nonprofit Partnership will provide support, training, and marketing materials to support their campaigns.

Rose Park Neighborhood Association is looking for individual supporters who have participated in the ArtWorksLBC programming or just love what we do to help us fundraise and get the word out to the community!

Interested in learning more about matching funds for the ArtWorksLBC program or just helping us spread the word? Contact us at info@rpna.org.

ArtWorksLBC “Hearts Across Long Beach” project at Burbank Elementary. This project provides mosaic art kits to essential workers.
Mosaic Flower Wall at the Friendship Corner on E7th Street and Dawson Avenue.
Daisy Chain Mosaic Flower Wall created by Mann Elementary students at the Friendship Corner on E7th and Dawson Avenue (mosaic art kits provided to families at Mann Elementary).
ArtWorksLBC in Rose Park every Thursday from 3pm to 5pm.

Neighborhood Building at the Mann Elementary STEAM Fair

Pictured left to right: Mann Elementary Principal Tracy Fiala, Tim and Justin of Long Beach Skate Co., Theresa and Carmen of Bluff Heights Neighborhood Association and Danielle of Rose Park Neighborhood Association

It was a fun filled day at Horace Mann Elementary School for the STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math) Fair. Rose Park Neighborhood Association and Bluff Heights Neighborhood Association, Inc. teamed up with LB Skate Co to co-sponsor the construction of Mini Skateboard Ramps, provided by Keen Ramps.

The fair was held on Thursday, April 28 and featured many community organizations, and parent run booths with fun learning opportunities for the students ranging from kindergarten to fifth grade. There was plenty of food and lots of activities for the whole family to enjoy.

Mann Elementary STEAM Fair
Families at Mann Elementary worked together to construct mini-skateboard ramps