Welcome to the Glendora Community Coordinating Council

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Our Objective

The purpose of this Council is to be a voluntary association of community organizations; to provide a means whereby a community can clearly define its needs and redefine its goals; to keep the public informed; to provide a common ground on which citizen concern, professional skill, and administrative authority can meet to achieve action; to be particularly cognizant of juvenile activities, and to make our community a better place in which to live.

Our Gols

The Board members of the Glendora Community Coordinating Council have established the following goals:


To provide a forum for the dissemination of information from clubs and organizations within the City of Glendora, to publish a community calendar of events, and to provide a means whereby Glendora (the city) may inform its citizens through a State of the City Report.

Helping Hand

To continue to help feed Glendorans in need through the Holiday Basket Program.

To honor citizens in the community who give of themselves, particularly those who would not otherwise be recognized, through the Humanitarian Service Award.


To honor the youth of the community who demonstrate outstanding humanitarian efforts through the presentation of a Youth Recognition Award.


To expand the membership so that ALL facets of the community are represented.

To maintain an historical record of the efforts of this organization and its efforts on behalf of all citizens of Glendora.


To provide a monthly program to inform members about Glendora.


To continue to send needy children of Glendora to camp through the Campership program

Our History

OUR Projects & Programs

Bringing the community together

Monthly Meetings

Our general meetings are the second Monday of each month (September - June) and are at the Glendora Continental Restaurant located at 316 W. Route 66, Glendora, CA 91741

Holiday Baskets

  • Coordinates community efforts to assist Glendora families in need with food items during the holidays.


  • Promotes and coordinates a city-wide program to send children in need to a summer camp sponsored by Glendora Community Services.

Humanitarian Award & Youth Recognition

  • The Humanitarian Service Award program was established in 1981 under the presidency of Ida Fracasse to honor individuals or groups for their contributions in the field of community service.
  • The Youth Recognition Award was established in 1976 under the presidency of the Rev. Tim Keane to recognize the outstanding humanitarian efforts made by the youth of our community that oftentimes go unnoticed.


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