The Guild raises funds for the vital services and breakthrough research of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, improving the health of the most vulnerable of our population: the children.
The Pasadena Guild: A Philanthropic Partner of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles
In 1947, the Pasadena Guild of Children’s Hospital was founded with the purpose to raise funds for research, education and patient services programs at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles (CHLA). Today, nearly 70 years later, we continue that mission, working throughout the year to provide critical support for the lifesaving research and patient care of CHLA.
Supporting a Healthier Future
Children’s Hospital Los Angeles has been treating the most seriously ill and injured children in Los Angeles for more than a century. The Guild is proud of the important role we have played in the Hospital’s work. Over the years, we have raised more than 34 million dollars that have resulted in advanced medical procedures, leading to better and brighter futures for children.
TREASURES & TRIVIA
Rummage Sale for Hope
Treasures and Trivia is an annual three day sale with over 25,000 square feet of treasures in thirteen departments. Held annually, Treasures and Trivia is the largest and longest running rummage sale in Southern California, and one of the most important means of successfully raising funds to support our projects at Children's Hospital Los Angeles.
January 28-30, 2022
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A Pasadena Guild Legacy
A Pasadena Guild fundraising tradition for more than a half-century. Families whose daughters receive an invitation to be presented at the June Debutante Ball are being honored for their commitment to the community and their support of Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. Contributions to the Pasadena Guild made in honor of these young ladies by their families and friends support the outstanding services and breakthrough research at CHLA.
“A night of celebration, friendship, community, and welcoming the Debutantes into the world of civic and social responsibility.”