Here Are Some Ways You Can Make A Difference
The City of Beverly Hills is grateful for the outpouring of generosity from our community. To ensure donations are directed to the appropriate program, we kindly request that you contact us in advance prior to making an in-kind or monetary donation. The following are examples of ways you can make a difference at this time.
The City of Beverly Hills is currently fully stocked on Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); however we are always appreciative of donations in the following categories. We ask that you contact us in advance to schedule an appropriate donation time and confirm if the specific items you would like to donate are applicable.
Examples of supply donation items that may be applicable -
- N95 Masks (FDA Certified)
- Non-Medical Face Coverings
- Surgical Gloves
- Disinfectant Wipes
The City of Beverly Hills is thankful for the many generous food donations that we have received. To accommodate the influx of donations and to ensure the appropriate meal count, we ask that you contact us in advance to schedule at an appropriate donation time and quantity.
Donation Policy and Receipt / Donation Drop-Off Location:
Click HERE to download our Donations Policy and Donation Receipt Form. Donations along with the Donation Receipt can be dropped off at the address below once a donation has been confirmed.
City of Beverly Hills - Public Works Warehouse
9357 West Third Street
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Hours: 6:30AM-3:30PM (Monday-Friday)
(Note: Donations should be scheduled in advance to ensure a donation receipt can be provided and staff is available to receive the donated items upon arrival.)
Should you wish to donate to the City of Beverly Hills Community Charitable Foundation (CBHCCF), please CLICK HERE to be taken to the online form. The (CBHCCF) is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization (tax ID#36-4721355) dedicated to expanding philanthropic opportunities in the Beverly Hills community. The link above provides more details about the foundation, and allows your donation to be directed to emergency programs.
Contact Us In Advance To Donate Supplies or Food By Emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Help:
Providing financial assistance is the most effective way to support the evacuees, including pets and animals. The public is encouraged to donate through the following organizations:
- National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (NVOAD)
- American Red Cross
- Salvation Army
- Los Angeles County Animal Care Foundation
Be aware of scammers, and consider the following:
- Be cautious of requests for donations by unfamiliar organizations or people.
- Beware of unsolicited contacts and appeals on social media sites. Some leading relief charities now accept donations via cell phone, but unsolicited text messages, like unsolicited telephone and email communications, should be viewed with suspicion and handled with caution.
- Crowd-funding and other types of internet-giving can be tools of tremendous good, but as with any type of giving it can be abused, so proceed with caution when donating online.
Click HERE to learn more about volunteer opportunities through the COVID-19 Kindness Task Force.
Please see the City's response in regards to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) HERE.
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Beverly Hills Hotline Number
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Beverly Hills Emergency Alerts
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