Resident of the Month - Hall of Fame
The 'Resident of the Month', established in 2022, is a program aimed at recognizing the amazing members of our community. These are individuals who are nominated by other residents for their kindness and acts of service in the communities that we live in.
Know a resident whom you want to nominate? Visit the form below.
Want to recognize someone from your community? Nominate them with the button above.
Thank you to for providing free conversation English classes for our international residents every Saturday for several months now.
AJ is a resident at UAS Rose, and has been helping with the food program since over a year ago. He has been picking up donations from several grocery stores on both Monday mornings and Saturday evenings, which feed both Rose and Sepulveda people. He also helped cover some temporary runs. The food program won’t be as smooth as it is now without his dedication.
Kunie is one of the core volunteers with the free food program since the beginning and has been very active. She leads and helps with almost all the deliveries through the week, even cleaning up during and after the food distribution.
One of the "new" volunteers at Sepulveda side. He has been very active and helpful. We appreciate all his good work.
Chris has been a leading and active volunteer on the Sawtelle side. He has helped with the NourishLA program and brought active volunteers together for the free food program.
Cristina is the master gardener of 3234 Sawtelle! She enjoys teaching new gardeners in her outside garden to build raised beds. She truly cares for this community!
Tracy La Mattina
She has been moderating the FB group for a year (UAS Community group), she is very active and helpful.
Cheer has been volunteering for our UASRA general events (Halloween and Spring) leading craft tables, making popcorn,and cleaning up with us. She is amazing!
Melanie Mayer and Antonia Moure
They created the PARENTS GROUP to support families from the UV. Find more information on this group here.
Master Garden in Sepulveda side. She transformed one very shady plot in a pollination area. Now this plot has flowers to attract and feed insects who help our garden and nature.
Fabiola and Rodolfo
This couple from Sawtelle side, had the initiative to take leftovers from the Free Food Program and distribute them to local houseless people in the area.
She has been working for a long time as one of the core volunteers on Sepulveda Free Food Program.