Rakeem Addison knows about hard times, but MLKCH gave him a chance. Now he wants to spread the love and encourage others to give back.
Anahiz Correa gives back because she knows the importance of investing in MLKCH, especially in the midst of a crisis.
Bank of the West, Tesla, Target, celebrities, local school teachers, donut shops and others deliver “stunning, unexpected” gifts to Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital to help fight COVID-19.
Making a gift is very personal. Learn the reasons why these leaders from our hospital staff are making gifts of both their time and money to MLKCH Gives this year.
Ruben Aguayo gives back to MLKCH because he can relate to how important our hospital’s quality healthcare services are to the residents of South LA.
Six years ago, our Director of Medical Staff inspired the launch of MLKCH Gives. Today, she continues to lead others to give.
From a grandmother’s generous love comes a doctor who knows firsthand about the struggles his South LA patients face.
Dona Ejimofor works the night shift as a monitor tech. One of her reasons for giving this year: "I believe in this community."
The ways in which we go above and beyond—for our patients and for each other—inspire others to join our hospital community.
The hospital's fourth annual MLKCH Gives campaign kicks off July 16, 2018 with enthusiasm, an ambitious goal, and lots of heart.
Members of the MLKCH Gives leadership team Joe Cruz and Devone Deale are partners in Public Safety and giving from the heart.
Mother’s Day campaign raises awareness—and dollars—for our unique maternity services aimed at improving maternal and child health.