PASADENA, Calif. – The public is invited to join Mayor Bill Bogaard, Flintridge Center officials and community leaders for the unveiling of a new “donation meter” program, the Real Change Movement, at Fuller Theological Seminary, 180 North Oakland Avenue, Pasadena, beginning at 11 a.m., Wednesday, August 13, 2014.
The Real Change Movement is the first initiative of its kind within Los Angeles County, to help provide homes for the homeless through the small change and credit card donations made through uniquely designed meters.
The Mayor of Pasadena, Bill Bogaard, will unveil the first officially installed meter, sponsored by Fuller Seminary, at their campus. Guest speakers for the conference include representatives from Art Center College of Design, United Way of Greater Los Angeles, East West Bank, Fuller Seminary, and Los Angeles County Supervisor Antonovich’s office. The Flintridge Center’s President, Jaylene Moseley, and Pasadena’s Housing and Career Services Director, William Huang, who have been spearheading the program, will also be present.
Flintridge Center: For more than 25 years, Flintridge Center has been improving the quality of life through innovative programs that combat the effects of poverty and violence in Northwest Pasadena and West Altadena. Flintridge’s work and activities are creating profound and lasting change that shapes the community and its needs.