On August 30th the West Valley LAPD hosted the first in what they plan to be a series of MOVIE NIGHTS FOR COMMUNITY! Nancy sponsored the event in Randal Simmons Park
On September 22, 2012, Happy House was a proud sponsor of the For KIDS About KIDS Celebration hosted by the Victory in Christ Ministries “The Love Corner” at the Laurel Street Missionary Baptist Church in the Watts area of Los Angeles.
On the weekend of September 7 – 9th, The Way to Happiness Foundation hosted an international convention at its headquarters in Glendale, CA. Happy House’s entire staff and volunteers attended.
The Elks Lodge 522 of San Jose produced a Clambake Fundraiser on August 12, 2012 to benefit the Alma Street Youth Center and the Happy House—Community United programs run at this center!
The Chatsworth Chamber of Commerce produced a fun day for families on September 8th filled with booths, food, games and music. Happy House and the Good Choices Program was proud to be a sponsor for the event and host a booth.
The How to Make Good Choices Kids’ Club Seattle participated in the 2012 Celebrate Shoreline Parade on August 18, 2012. The theme this year was “Get-up, Get-out, Get moving”!
Join us at the Chatsworth/Porter Ranch Chamber of Commerce Family Festival on September 15, 2012. Happy House will be there with a fun booth. There will be fun and rides for the kids. Advance all-day activity tickets for children can be purchased right here. And, 50% of the ticket purchase will be donated to Happy House. Your kids can have a blast and you can support Happy House at the same time! Click the button below to buy your tickets and pick them at the Happy House booth!
Nancy joined her good friend, LAPD Officer Frank Avila of the West Valley Division for National Night Out at Encino Park. National Night Out is an evening where neighbors join in parks and at homes to show solidarity in their communities with the principals of law and order and cooperation with those tasked with keeping our neighborhoods safe.
The 7th annual Happy House Poker Fundraiser and Family BBQ at Nancy Cartwright’s home was, once again, the largest ever. More than three hundred poker players, party attendees, children and volunteers came out to have some family fun, play poker and support Happy House and the Good Choices Program. Some of the fun included (but was in no way limited to) face painting, a bouncy house and water slide, bingo, ping pong and a wide array of arts and crafts. All of this to the back-beat of Tony St Tone and his band.
The Good Choices Kids’ Club in Seattle joined more than 30 other volunteers at Duwamish Greenbelt in West Seattle for Earth Day.