The Banning Museum – http://www.thebanningmuseum.org/
- In the heart of Wilmington sits a little-known treasure, The Banning Museum. Phineas Banning—entrepreneur, the founder of the city of Wilmington, and “the Father of the Port of Los Angeles”—built the 23-room residence in 1864.
Bembridge House/Long Beach Heritage – http://www.lbheritage.org/
- Long Beach Heritage is a nonprofit education and advocacy group promoting public knowledge and preservation of significant historical and architectural resources, neighborhoods, and the cultural heritage of Long Beach.
Bixby Land Company – http://bixbyland.com/
- Bixby Land Company acquires redevelops and operates industrial, office, and R&D properties in select Western U.S. markets.
Bowers Museum – http://www.bowers.org/
- Founded in 1936 by the City of Santa Ana through a bequest from Charles and Ada Bowers, the Bowers Museum is one of California’s finest and Orange County’s largest museums. To achieve its mission, the Bowers offers exhibitions, lectures, art classes, travel programs, children’s art education programs, and other special community programs.
Dominguez Rancho Adobe Museum – http://dominguezrancho.org/
- The Dominguez Rancho Adobe museum is the former ranch of Manuel Dominguez, on the Mexican land grant of San Pedro, and was a battle site of the Mexican-American war.
Drum Barracks Civil War Museum – http://www.drumbarracks.org/
- Located in Wilmington, California, Drum Barracks Civil War Museum is housed in the last remaining original wooden building of the 22 structures built as a military post during the Civil War in the Los Angeles area.
Historical Society of Long Beach – http://hslb.org/
- The Historical Society of Long Beach (HSLB) is a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit organization whose mission is to connect people to the past and to the place they live by collecting, preserving, and exhibiting the material history of Long Beach.
The Long Beach Community Foundation – https://longbeachcf.org/
- The Long Beach Community Foundation initiates positive change for Long Beach through charitable giving, stewardship and strategic grant-making.
Long Beach Public Library – http://www.lbpl.org/
- The Long Beach Public Library is committed to meeting the information needs of Long Beach’s culturally diverse and dynamic population through its 12 branch libraries.
The Nonprofit Partnership – https://tnpsocal.org/
- The Nonprofit Partnership is a nonprofit management support organization with a vision of successful nonprofits supporting thriving communities. The Partnership has become the regional source for convening of the nonprofit sector to share ideas and information, build and strengthen partnership, and advocate for the sector.
Pio Pico State Historic Park – http://www.piopico.org/
- Pio Pico State Historic Park, in Whittier, is the site of “El Ranchito,” the beloved rancho and adobe home of Pio Pico, the last Governor of California under Mexican Rule.
Rancho Los Alamitos – http://www.rancholosalamitos.com/
- Our sister Rancho is on the National Register of Historic places and includes an ancestral village for the Tongva village of Povuu’ngna, an adobe-core ranch house, four acres of historic gardens, and a restored ranch barnyard.