Community Partners


Town Hall Los Angeles Community Partners are non-profit organizations, government departments, nongovernment organizations, civic-oriented organizations and media organizations with whom we partner to create programs, design events and generate solutions for the issues facing our region.


Currently we have over 50 community partners and we’re continuously expanding our network. Each relationship is unique and tailored for the mutual benefit of each partner. The common goal is to broaden each other’s mission through cooperation.


Community Partners often give our Members discount rates to their events. Other times, they offer events we feel are of special interest to our Members. Beyond preferred admission fees, our Members appreciate opportunities to broaden their knowledge and awareness of the rich activities available throughout Southern California.




  • Acknowledgement on web site and in promotional materials including event materials and solicitations to speakers and members
  • Member rates for Programs where there is cross-promotion
  • Town Hall Members learn of your events and receive reduced rates where appropriate
  • Your Los Angeles area employees can also opt-in to be “Community Members” receiving the following perks:
    • professional development
    • access to nation’s leaders
    • advance notice on events via email


If you want to become a Community Partner, please contact, Marian Shima at 213.312.9303 or




AIDS Healthcare Foundation

American Red Cross

Angeleno Magazine
Art Center College of Design
Arts for All
Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce
The Braille Institute
The Broad Foundations
California Community Foundation
California Council on Economic Education
California Council of the Humanities
California Institute of Technology
California Lutheran University School of Education
California State University Channel Islands
City of LA Emergency Management Department
City of Los Angeles
City Year
Coalition to Abolish Slavery and Trafficking (CAST, Los Angeles)
Coalition for Responsible Community Development
Department of Cultural Affairs
Doctors Without Borders (MSF USA)
Foreign Trade Assocition of Southern California
Fixing Angelenos Stuck in Traffic (FAST)

The Greek Theatre
Hollywood Chamber of Commerce
The Huntington Library, Arts Collection and Botanical Gardens

Industrial Design Association of America, LA

Italian American Lawyers Association
Japanese American National Museum
Japan America Society of Southern California

LA Stage Alliance

League of Women Voters of Los Angeles
Los Angeles Airport Hotels

Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce

Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC)
Los Angeles Downtown News
Los Angeles Press Club
Los Angeles Universal Preschool (LA UP)
Loyola Marymount University School of Education www.soe.lmu/edu
Mount St. Mary's College
Music Center: Performing Arts Center of LA County
National Association of Latino Elected Officials (NALEO)
National Center for the Preservation of Democracy
National Health Foundation
New America Foundation
New Visions Foundation

RAND Corporation

The Skirball Cultural Center
Southern California Grantmakers
Southern California Leadership Network
The Studio for Southern California History
Teach For America
United Nations Association, Southern California Division
United Way of Los Angeles

University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, Santa Barbara

University of Southern California

Women's Foundation of California
Young Professionals in Energy