Community Support, Art & Culture
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The program makes recovery possible for individuals affected by persistent mental illness and chronic homelessness.

WFB provides food to social-service agencies on the Westside of Los Angeles County to enables low-income people to stay in their homes when they cannot afford paying for both rent and food.

The Center provides assistance to low-income homeless youth, adults, and families, battered women and those who live with mental illness.

AIDS Walk Los Angeles raises money to support the services provided by AIDS Project Los Angeles, and more than 20 other AIDS service organizations, that work to improve the lives of people affected by HIV.

ALA helps low-income and homeless seniors find affordable housing through shared living residences and private apartments.

Led by BFAS, No Kill LA is a coalition of animal rescue organizations that promote ending the killing of healthy and treatable pets.

The program provides food and nourishment to lower the burden of hunger and malnutrition for those who struggle life-threatening illness in order.

The MAK Center, a contemporary, experimental, and multi-disciplinary center for art and architecture headquartered in architect Rudolph M. Schindler’s house and studio in West Hollywood.

The Foundation supports the Los Angeles County Museum of Art and strives to support local museums such as the Hammer Museum  and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.

Shidan Taslimi was a member of the Board of the Farhang Foundation which promotes Iranian art and culture.Taslimi Foundatio supported their initiative to bring the Cyrus Cylinder for  tour in the United States.