About

PasadenaHelp.org is a database of the community services available to the people of Greater Pasadena, California. The database and website are managed by the Junior League of Pasadena, Inc. (JLP).

History

Starting in 2015, Fuller Seminary convened a taskforce to map all the services available in Pasadena. This taskforce included community organizations, local churches, city departments, and educational institutions. In 2016, a project group from Leadership Pasadena started work on created on online directory of services called Bridging Pasadena. That same year, JLP started working on an online resource center, called the Rose Pages. In early 2016, the Bridging Pasadena group joined forces with the Mapping Pasadena Taskforce. The JLP connected with the two groups in mid-2016. Out of these partnerships, building upon one another’s work and collaborating with our networks, PasadenaHelp.org was formed.

Community Advisory Council

Jennifer Allan Goldman, Past-President Liaison, Junior League of Pasadena
Brian Biery, Collaborate Pasadena
Pamela Burton, Leadership Pasadena and City of Pasadena
Lisa Cavalier, Collaborate Pasadena
Allison Daniels, Community Director, Junior League of Pasadena
Mary Donnelly Crocker, Young & Healthy
Jered Gold, ArtCenter College of Design
Elizabeth Gonzalez, Leadership Pasadena
Sofia Herrera, Office of Urban Initiatives, Fuller Seminary
Linda Machida, Pasadena Educational Foundation/PUSD
Amy Onderdonk, President, Junior League of Pasadena
Julianna Serrano, All Saints Church
Jessica Torres, New Member Chair, Junior League of Pasadena

Though the JLP does its best to keep the information in the database updated, due to the ever-changing nature of nonprofit and government organizations, the JLP cannot guarantee the accuracy of the information provided.

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