Los Angeles, CA. -- (October 8, 2010) Fulwider Patton LLP completed the remodeling of its 10th floor location and teamed with L.A. Shares, to distribute spare office goods, furniture and books valued at more than $70,000 to Los Angeles area non-profits. Recipients included: The Southern California Library for Social Studies & Research, The City of Los Angeles Parks and Recreation Center, The Los Angeles Unified School District, The LAUSD Magnet School of the Arts Downtown, Santa Monica Wise and Healthy Aging, Westchester Senior Citizens Center, Mount Carmel Senior Citizen Center, Valor Academy Charter School, San Pedro High School, West Los Angeles College Paralegal Program Library, Disability Rights of California, The Asian Rehabilitation Service, Inc., SOAR (Seeking Other Alternative Resources, Inc.), The National Veterans Foundation, The Walden House Recovery Center, Rainbow Bridge Community Services, Southeast Area Neighborhood Development Council, The Law Project of Los Angeles, The Mary Magdalene Project, Inc., Music West, Inc., Golden State Pops Orchestra, La Plaza de Cultura y Artes, Friends Helping Friends LA, Mildred Cursh Foundation Youth Learning Program, Goodwill and The Salvation Army.
L.A. SHARES is a non-profit materials reuse program, which takes donations of reusable goods and materials (both new and used) from the local business community and redistributes these items free of charge to non-profits and schools throughout Los Angeles County.
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