Three Burbank mothers have founded Together We Can, an organization dedicated to ending reckless driving in Burbank. They held a march to raise awareness on street racing on Sept. 14, and plan to continue collaborating with the City to promote street safety.
A gathering of locals led by the Burbank Progressives Facebook group marched along the Chandler Bikeway on Saturday, Sept. 4, to protest a controversial Texas law banning abortions after six weeks of pregnancy.
The Burbank Nonprofit Coalition held their annual Back to School backpack giveaway event on Saturday, August 7 at the Burbank Community YMCA.
The Kiwanis Club of Burbank hosted a Golf Ball Drop and Family Fun Day charity event at John Muir Middle School on Saturday, July 24, to raise funds for youth in the community.
Last week the Burbank VFW 8310 held a poker tournament fundraiser that featured 40 players
Those interested in Burbank history will be glad to know that the Gordon R. Howard Museum Complex is open to the public again.
The Program’s New Vision Focuses on Social Justice, Civil Discourse and Post-Pandemic Leadership
The Family Service Agency of Burbank is seeking sponsors for their thirteenth annual Car Walk event, which will take place on June 26 and is dedicated to longtime Burbank resident, Mickey DePalo.
Rob Rodriguez and Mary Cutone are currently preparing to open the Burbank Community YMCA's Social Impact Center on June 11. The center will include social justice impact work, LGBTQIA+ resources, and foster care advocacy for youth in the community.
The Burbank Transportation Management Organization (BTMO) and partners are kicking off the festivities.