One nonprofit partnered with the Inglewood school district to offer free summer music lessons.
Faithful Central Bible Church in Inglewood is encouraging the community to get vaccinated.
Goddess Gifts Studio in Inglewood offers both homemade products and space for other local women entrepreneurs.
After spending three months at Centinela Hospital in Inglewood, Michael Orantes survived COVID-19. One year later he paid a visit back to the hospital to thank the staff.
Inglewood’s Burn Cycling nearly shut down for good due to the pandemic, but with the support of the community, they were able to remain open.
ESPN partnered with The Undefeated, NBA and ABC’s “Shark Tank” to support Black-owned businesses.
The Inglewood Airport Area Chamber of Commerce has been hosting free food giveaways since the beginning of COVID and has no plans of stopping.
The Los Angeles Rams unveiled the new Modern Throwback jersey and singer-songwriter Tinashe made sure to go pick up her custom one.
Two nonprofit organizations held a wellness fair in Inglewood to emphasize the importance of self-care and mental health.
The LA Regional Food Bank continues to feed the Inglewood community and help those in need.