Beeping Egg Hunt

Three adult women help two young girls who are visually impaired search for beeping eggs on the playground A preschool boy with glasses reaches out to touch the nose of a woman dressed in an Easter bunny costume A young boy with albinism wearing sunglasses smiles holding an Easter basket next to a woman dressed as the Easter bunny

On Friday, March 30, we held our annual Beeping Egg Hunt. This tradition was developed by volunteers from the AT&T Pacific Pioneers more than 30 years ago, and has grown ever since. What originally began here in the heart of Los Angeles has now captivated other organizations across the nation, from Arizona and Oklahoma to New York and Virginia.

Thanks to Performance Team Freight Systems Inc., each student was rewarded with a basket when they delivered their beeping egg to our bunny (teacher in a bunny suit!). Each basket contained a stuffed animal, books and lots of other cute treats. Our students as well as friends and family got to experience a petting zoo of small animals thanks to our longtime friend Janis Lake. Everyone was able to feed, pet and take photos with the bunnies, chicks and ducklings, and a wonderful time was had by all.

Holiday Party with Santa!

A Los Angeles Police Department officer dressed as Santa rides in a sleigh pulled by a police car in the BCC parking lot

LAPD Headquarters

01:25 | December 13, 2017

Officers from around the city brought gifts and spent the morning visiting with our students and their families at our annual Holiday Party with Santa! Thank you to all of our friends from LAPD Headquarters, LAPD Southwest Community Police Station, LAPD Rampart Division, LAPD Community Outreach, and our Board Member, Detective Marc Rojas.