JUNE 1, 2019 9 AM – 12 PM VOLUNTEER CHECK-IN 8:30 AM
VETERAN MEMORIAL PARK 1259 E D ST, ONTARIO, CA 91764
MORE INFO, CONTACT: (424) 346-3362
Join us for a community beautification project. Volunteers will be tasked with planting new trees and several plants throughout Ontario’s newly remodeled Veteran’s Memorial Park.
The project is a part of this years DNA Initiative. The DNA (Developing Neighborhood Agriculture) Initiative’s mission is to support community based health programs for growing urban communities, bring awareness to fresh food resources, share lessons, and build solidarity through global partnerships.
(ONTARIO, California – October 23, 2018) – On Friday, September 28, 2018, approximately 100 donors and supporters f the D’Andre D. Lampkin Foundation gathered for the Lampkin Foundation’s annual Social Good Benefit Gala. The red carpet took place at the 100 year old historic Beverly Hotel (now Beverly Banquets) located in Ontario, California. One hundred percent of the proceeds benefit the programs and initiatives designed to support education, economic development, climate change research, health and wellness, and healthy alternatives for underserved communities.
It is with great honor that we introduce our 2018 Social Good Gala Honorary Co-Chair and emcee, His Royal Highness, Prince Mario-Max Schaumburg-Lippe of Germany.
About Prince Mario-Max Schaumburt-Lippe:
Prince Mario-Max Schaumburg-Lippe is a Royal, multiple Award-Winning international TV-Anchor, Emmy Awards Judge, Hollywood Correspondent, Television Host, interactive Media Producer and Actor. In the USA he is known from BRAVO, VH1, CBS, ABC and NBC. He started his media career as a student writing celebrity reports for Bertelsmann Magazines. In Germany he landed work with the biggest TV Networks RTL and Sat1 Pro7 Media.
Ernestine Allen is a 32-year resident of the city of Ontario who has seen many changes over the years on her mostly palm-tree-lined street, Plaza Serena. But one thing has stayed constant: everyone communicates and looks out for one another.
In May, Ernestine noticed the diadora pine tree located in her front yard beginning to lean as winds battered the Ontario area. She was concerned parts of the tree would fall and damage adjacent homes or neighbors walking by her home.
Join us Saturday April 28th at 9:00 AM as we continue this year’s Designing Neighborhood Agriculture (DNA) projects. This time we’ll focus on the team effort that goes into protecting organic resources.
Gardening for Healthier Communities combines topical conversations, active working sessions, and farming education to highlight the importance and need for fresh organic produce in highly populated urban areas. The Lampkin Foundation has partnered with Huerta Del Valle, a non-profit, to host “A Day of Farming”. If you don’t mind getting your hands dirty, this is the event for you!
Huerta Del Valle’s goal is to provide all 160,000 people residing in the city of Ontario with accessible organic food. They also endeavor to foster, cultivate, and build stronger relationships within the region.
Click here for more information about the DNA Initiative.
On Saturday March 24, 2018, members of the D’Andre D. Lampkin Foundation will be participating in the Creekside West Small Business & Craft Fair. If you are in or reside in the Ontario, California area, stop by and meet the volunteers and supporters making #socialgood happen in your community.
2601 Deer Creek Loop Ontario, California 91761 Creekside Beach Clubhouse (intersection of Day Creek and Deer Creek Loop)
Vendors will be open from 11am to 3pm. We hope to see you there.
According to 2010 census estimates, Creekside West Village Master Association is a homeowner association encompassing approximately 410 acres in the southeast portion of the City of Ontario. With an approximate population of 55,000 residents, the median age is 28.7.
The D’Andre D. Lampkin Foundation would like to thank all of our volunteers for their recent contribution of time to the Ontario Arbor Day Celebration on March 10, 2018. This event could not have been a success without their dedication and hard work. Despite the rain, Lampkin Foundation volunteers were able to help plant 165 trees throughout Ontario, California.
We are happy to report more than 40 Ontario residents, students, and community shareholders came to support Inland Empire Resource Conservation District and CIRCLE 2.0‘s larger effort to plant over 1650 trees across California and Ontario’s effort to reduce and limit carbon emissions.
Thanks to volunteers, supporters, and stakeholders, the city of Ontario is well on it’s way to retaining it’s status as a “Tree City USA“. Furthermore, many homes will benefit from the developing shade and carbon emissions are being reduced.
Help Us Plant 165 Trees at Various Location in the City to kick off our DNA Initiative!
CIRCLE 2.0 will plant over 1650 trees across California this spring and the Lampkin Foundation has been asked to help. Trees planted as part of this program are selected for their strong ability to reduce carbon and limit emissions.
When: Saturday, March 10, 2018 Volunteer Check-In: 8:30 AM Time: 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Location: Meet at Westwind Park (2455 E. Riverside Drive)
Please bring shovels, gloves, close-toed shoes, and water
For questions, contact Brian Robey, Inland Empire Resource Conservation District Project Manager email@example.com or (909) 283-7777
Help the Ontario, California community get ready for Christmas On Euclid.
Ontario, California’s Euclid Avenue is need of a few volunteers ahead of the ‘Christmas on Euclid’ celebration.
On Saturday November 4, 2017 please join Ontario residents and ‘Christmas on Euclid’ fans alike as they prepare Euclid Avenue for decorations.
Volunteers are need to clear the oak tree seed pods in the parkway ahead of installing decorations and iconic scenes
Starts at 8:00 am
NOTE: Volunteers are starting at Euclid Ave & D Street
Breakfast provided for RSVPs
You are making it possible for families from all over the region to experience an enjoyable holiday season. Check out the 2016 Christmas On Euclid Experience.
About Christmas on Euclid Experience:
In 1922, a tree growing in the old city hall park on South Euclid Avenue and Emporia was decorated by Ontario firemen with 125 colored electric lights, 900 square feet of cotton batting for a snow effect, and 2200 feet of decorations.
A program in the park was given on December 23rd with singing Santa Claus handing gifts of candy to the children. It was such a success that the next day the program was given again. For the next four years the program was repeated during the Christmas season.
The Lampkin Foundation was established to create positive opportunities and change for individuals, communities, and environments. Our goal is to sponsor and create programs and initiatives that lead to the development of stronger communities and positively impact individuals wanting to lead happier and healthier lives. The Lampkin Foundation is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization operating programs throughout California that have a significant impact in a wide range of issue areas, including education, economic development, climate change research, health and wellness, and providing healthy alternatives for underserved communities.
Additional information on the Lampkin Foundation, it’s programs, and its volunteers is available at www.lampkinfoundation.org or you may contact us at (909) 906-3064 if you have any questions.
Michael Gracia stood to his feet and smiles because of the generosity of our donor community. He now considers you a part of his family and his brother wanted to let you know how much they appreciate your kindness.
Our mission is to create positive opportunities and change for individuals, communities, and environments. Our goal is to sponsor and create programs and initiatives that lead to the development of stronger communities and positively impact individuals wanting to lead happier and healthier lives.