Help us deliver gifts to over 1,800 children in the L.A. County foster system. Visit the Sandpiper Sugarplum Tree in the Manhattan Village Mall and choose an ornament and you’ll be sponsoring one of these children. On the back of the ornament will be a sticker with a gift request. Purchase the requested gift, valued… Read more »
Based in Hermosa Beach, Sandpipers is a 100% volunteer women’s organization that has touched the lives of thousands of deserving individuals, children & families in the South Bay area, through our philanthropic programs. Sandpipers’ charitable programs include Holiday Food Baskets, Back to School Shopping, College Scholarships & many other community outreach programs. You can help Sandpipers’ assist those most in need in by donating today or by attending one of our many fundraisers. Or, if you are a woman in the Hermosa Beach area and you would like to become further involved, click here to learn more about joining Sandpipers.
Sandpipers applauds those who have stepped forward to lead us into our 84th year! Your enthusiasm for your positions and new ideas are much appreciated. At our recent Installation Meeting, we welcomed our newest Board of Directors, NLD Committee and Chairs for 2015-2016, and congratulated the Class of 2014 for completing their Provisional year. Sandpipers – one… Read more »
On behalf of Sandpipers, thank you for your support in making our 83rd year such a tremendous success. Your donations to our philanthropic programs and fundraising events, combined with the efforts of our dedicated volunteer members, enabled us to change the lives of those less fortunate living in the South Bay. Together we clothed… Read more »
Sandpipers is a Manhattan Beach volunteer women’s organization that is dedicated to serving the needs of the entire South Bay community through a wide array of fundraising events and charitable programs. The Class of 2015 is currently full, but if you are interested in applying for the waitlist and attending our Prospective Member Reception scheduled for May… Read more »