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1874 - Work completed at Lyon's Station (now Eternal Valley) on first version of Pioneer Oil Refinery [story]
Pioneer Oil Refinery


Bridge to Home, the Santa Clarita Valley’s primary provider of services for homeless individuals and families, is seeking to raise $250,000 to ensure year-round homeless shelter services, and Stay Green Inc. has answered that call by becoming the nonprofit’s first premier sponsor.

Stay Green, headquartered in Santa Clarita, is celebrating nearly 50 years of providing quality landscaping services to the community and throughout Southern California.

“Stay Green is committed to supporting our community,” said Stay Green CEO Chris Angelo. “We are very proud to be partnering with Bridge to Home in their mission to provide crucial services to those experiencing homelessness. We encourage other local businesses to join Stay Green and sign up to be a premier sponsor.”

Stay Green is not only stepping up as the first premier sponsor, but also Angelo has joined the Bridge to Home board of directors.

“We are fortunate to have the support of our local businesses, like Stay Green, that are willing to give funds, as well as their time,” said Bridge to Home Executive Director Michael Foley. “I am excited to have this great local company on board as our very first premier sponsor.”

Bridge to Home is offering sponsorship opportunities to help raise the funds necessary to provide 60 beds year-around.

Stay Green CEO Chris Angelo

Stay Green CEO Chris Angelo

Community members’ and businesses’ investment as a Bridge to Home Premium Community Sponsor provides vital resources such as employment assistance, legal and financial counseling, physical and mental health care, housing assistance and much more.

Donations of $25,000 and more qualify for Premier Sponsor level, and the following benefits:

* Top sponsorship level benefits at Bridge to Home’s signature event and fundraiser.
* Premium recognition on all advertising and collateral material for all Bridge to Home events, including the Cowboy Chili Cook-Off at the Santa Clarita Cowboy Festival, which draws more than 10,000 people every year.
* Logo, recognition and “powered by” statement on every page of the new, improved Bridge to Home website.
* Recognition as the Premium Community Sponsor on all Bridge to Home media releases and outreach.
* Logo and “powered by” statement in all monthly e-newsletters.
* Logo and “powered by” statement in all other promotional materials and collateral from Bridge to Home.

Bridge to Home has additional sponsorship opportunities available for its upcoming “Soup for the Soul” event, “Sera in Italia,” scheduled 6 p.m. Oct. 12 at the new Bella Vida senior center facility at 27180 Golden Valley Road, Canyon Country 91351.

This annual event invites you to enjoy an evening in Italy with simmering soups, crafted fresh from the garden, and prepared by your favorite restaurants.

Sponsorship levels start at $1,000 and individual tickets are $100. All proceeds help Bridge to Home with its mission of providing resources to those experiencing homelessness in the local community.

For more information, visit btohome.org.

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Saturday, Apr 4, 2020
California State Parks has announced additional temporary full closures of parks. In Los Angeles County, the popular Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve State Natural Reserve was closed as of sunset Friday.
Friday, Apr 3, 2020
Cajun's Aviation Dream, a nonprofit group set up in honor of Maj. Stephen “Cajun” Del Bagno, is selling commemorative coins, stickers and other memorabilia to raise funds to support young aviators and carry on his legacy.
Friday, Apr 3, 2020
The Los Angeles chapter of the Center for Nonprofit Management will host a three-day nonprofits webinar on April 6-7 and 9 to focus on financing options for nonprofit organizations.
Thursday, Apr 2, 2020
In keeping the health and best interests of cancer patients, survivors and Circle of Hope staff in mind, Circle of Hope has temporarily suspended services out of their office and Wellness Center in Newhall. The organization remains open offering its services and programs remotely.
Wednesday, Apr 1, 2020
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