Biltmore Fashion Park is proud to be a community partner. We strive to meet community challenges through a combination of employee volunteerism, financial support,in-kind donations and partnerships with non-profit organizations which have missions consistent with our vision and values. We have established long-term affiliations with a variety of prominent organizations such as the Fresh Start Women’s Foundation. To learn more about our partnership with Fresh Start Women’s Foundation, click here.
Each year, Biltmore Fashion Park,will contribute a preset amount of funds in the form of gift cards, merchandise and use of property to a diverse group of organizations. Hundreds of requests are anticipated each year. Donation recipients may include civil organizations' education programs; food banks; foundations; hospitals and health care organizations; youth programs; performing arts and museums and many more. Each request is reviewed carefully, however, not all requests can be granted.
Biltmore Fashion Park is proud to support Home Base Youth Services through volunteering. Home Base Youth Services is an Arizona-based, non-profit organization founded in 1991 to address the growing needs of at-risk and homeless youths, ages 21 and younger. The programs and services Home Base Youth Services offers include: Street Outreach, Mobile Medical Outreach, Employment and Life Skills Training, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Care, a Resource Center, a Transitional Living Program, and an Independent Living Program. Home Base Youth Services provides real life solutions to the physical, mental and emotional abuse and neglect these youths have experienced. For information regarding Home Base Youth Services, please visit http://www.hbys.org/.
Biltmore Fashion Park is proud to partner with local nonprofit TreePeople to create a water-secure and climate-resilient Los Angeles. For 43 years, TreePeople has inspired Angelenos to plant and care for trees, harvest rain to fight drought and transform their homes with climate-appropriate landscapes to keep our cities cool, healthy and to improve local water quality. Visit TreePeople.org to learn more or attend a FREE workshop.