wholeheARTedly loving our city and telling its stories since 2016

Big HeART. Huge Impact.

We use art to raise awareness of critical issues in our community, to empower those who have experienced these issues first-hand, and to provide direct services to people in need.

We serve veterans, families, senior citizens, at-risk youth, people in recovery, people experiencing homelessness, individuals struggling with mental health, those experiencing food insecurity, and beyond. Our heARTs are full; our doors are open.

Click here to help us reach our Long Beach Gives 2020 fundraising goal!

About Us

Our Beliefs

We believe in loving every member of our community.

We believe that art can heal trauma and change the world.

We believe that true stories can make a difference.

How You Can Help

Send Donation

We hope you will consider making a one-time gift or sponsoring us monthly or annually.

You can give online today or mail a monetary gift to us at 2201 E. Willow St Suite D #301 Signal Hill, CA 90755.

We also are grateful for in-kind contributions of food, clothing, household supplies, art/school/office supplies, and beyond.

Volunteer

You can get involved today by becoming a volunteer. Sign up for a one-time opportunity, or consider making a weekly or monthly commitment to service, and you will be joining a group of change-makers, a network strong enough to impact positive change in our community.

Create

Are you an artist of any kind? Your talent can make a difference. Contact us today to learn how to participate in upcoming projects.

Become a Volunteer

We can ALWAYS use extra hands. Contact us for more information.

What People Say

“It supports the lives of children and youth who should never be defined as anything but inspiring brilliant artists. CityHeART is a rare and precious asset to Long Beach. Everyone with this nonprofit is passionate and engaged in their direct services and real-time programs … It really is the Heart of the city.”

-Judy Seal, Long Beach Education Foundation

“CityHeART has helped many and continues to support our community.”

-Taylor Denisea, Long Beach