HIPPOLife, LLC

310-913-5008

P.O. BOX 811

Culver City, CA 90232                    

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OUR LATEST EVENTS and  PROJECTS

 2016 

HIPPOLife TOY DRIVE

December 11, 2016

HIPPOLife Non-Profit Organization delivers over 400 toys to St. Augustine Volunteer Emergency Services for displaced children.

BREAKTHROUGH 5

December 11, 2016

HIPPOLife Non-Profit Organization officially launches. Members of HIPPOLife use their unique art forms to move an audience of over 300. The evenings toy drive resulted in a donation of over 400 toys. These toys were donated to St. Augustine Volunteer Emergency Services for displaced children.

VETERANS HOLIDAY CELEBRATION

December 04, 2016

Over 40 volunteers from HIPPOLife provided gifts and entertainment in addition to serving a 5 course holiday feast to 4,000 military vets. Many of whom are homeless and suffer from PTSD.

AMERICAN RED CROSS BLOOD DRIVE

August 17, 2016

HIPPOLife Non-Profit Organization sponsors annual American Red Cross Blood Drive.

ANNUAL INDIPENDANCE HIKE

July 10, 2016

HIPPOLife Non-Profit Organization raise money to help feed the homeless in Los Angeles.
Volunteers from 
HIPPOLife took part in their annual Independence Hike. Proceeds went to S.A.V.E.S (St. Augustine Volunteer Emergency Services) to help feed and give shelter to the homeless in Los Angeles.

LACES MAGNENT SCHOOL

June 08, 2016

HIPPOLife and Project Metamorphosis sponsor a special performance at Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies. LACES lost their art program over a decade ago. The semester long program gave this generation of middle and junior high school students an opportunity to have an artistic voice.

CLINTON MIDDLE SCHOOL

March 09, 2016

HIPPOLife and Project Metamorphosis sponsor a special performance at Clinton Middle School in South Central LA. Clinton lost their art program due to city cut backs. Fourteen 6th graders stood on stage for the first time to perform their original monologues.

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