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The Alhambra Source is a civic institution that fosters grassroots civic engagement, immigrant integration, and public interest journalism with the goal of empowering and giving voice to the diverse communities of the San Gabriel Valley. Your dollars make vital local news gathering and civic engagement programs possible.The Alhambra Source is a project of Community Partners, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.



2019 Journalism & Civic Engagement Highlights

  • Best of Nonprofit News 2019: The Institute for Nonprofit News recognized Alhambra Source in the "Local Investigations" category for reporting on the possible displacement of Alhambra's Sikh Temple.
  • Partnered with Royal Business Bank to present "How Not To Be Broke,” a free financial literacy workshop, which taught graduating seniors from Alhambra Unified School District the essentials in how to think about money, loans and credit.
  • I-710 Stub: We have been in the forefront of telling you the ins and outs of state legislative efforts to end efforts to complete the I-710 Freeway and take the I-710 stub, which ends at Valley Blvd., out of the state highway system.
  • Sikh Saga: Alhambra's Sikh community may lose its longtime home in Alhambra due to property owner’s plans to redevelop their current property, on Chapel Ave., into a multi-use condominium. Our reporting on this issue showed the nuances of the city permit process and explained issues with required notifications. It continued our tradition of giving immigrant communities a voice in the discussion.
  • "Affordable Housing Forum": We joined Asian Americans Advancing Justice-LA and Grassroots Alhambra in hosting a housing forum, which brought 150 residents together to raise awareness on the issues surrounding affordable housing and connect residents to resources that could help them find options.
  • Media Sponsor, 626 Golden Streets: The cross-SGV event started in South Pasadena, went through downtown Alhambra, and ended at the San Gabriel Mission and brought 20,000 cyclists, runners and walkers to the SGV all intent on exploring alternative forms of transit.
  • Media Sponsor, Alhambra Latino Association Fundraising Banquet: The annual fundraiser celebrates Latino heritage and raises money for scholarships that go to Latino seniors, heading off to college, from the Alhambra Unified School District.

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Jon Thurber, Publisher at Jon@alhambrasource.org

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Dominic Tovar, Community Outreach Manager at Dominic.Tovar@alhambrasource.org

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