4/11 SATURDAY UPDATE
WeHo Wish has exhausted its supply of free masks.
100% of your donations go to programs that support West Hollywood residents. Officers take zero salaries. Any donations are appreciated.
The BlockParty shop will be selling Essentials such as facecoverings, masks and sanitizers on a limited basis beginning Tuesday 4/14 from 12-4 on the sidewalk outside the shop.
Please email to: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
We are a 501c3 non profit corporation and and our goal is to bring West Hollywood together and create a sense of community.
501c3 non profit corporation
Lifting Our Community
Building Community Relations
GET INVOLVED OR MAKE A WISH
Granting wishes, hosting a fundraisng party, volunteering or donating. Everything helps and we are all in this together.
MAKE A WISH
Submit a wish for a West Hollywood resident
And help Wehoans in need
HOST A WEHO WISH PARTY
Let's do this together
WHO WE ARE
Jim Hieronymus is an almost 50 year resident of Westmount Drive. Jim is a partner in the BlockParty retail store on Santa Monica Blvd and an active member of the community.
Ruth Williams is a member of the Coalition for Economic Survival that was instrumental in the formation of West Hollywood Cityhood and rent control policies in the county. Known to many as the matriarch of the West Hollywood community Ruth has served on numerous commissions and community organizations. Ruth currently serves as a Public Safety Commissioner and member of the WeHo Wish Board of Directors.
Board of Directors
Kerrigan is a local West Hollywood resident and the Senior Director of Business Affairs at Universal Music Publishing Group. In 2018 Kerrigan received the Barlin Award from the Lupus Foundation of America for his significant fundraising. Kerrigan was also one of the founding members of Trevor NextGen young professional supporting the Trevor Project.
Donna has been a resident of West Hollywood for over 30 years. Donna has served the community as a former Chair of the Public Facilities Commission as well as six years on the Public Safety Commission. Appointed to the deputy position by the late Councilmember Sal Guarriello, Donna was commonly referred to as ‘the people’s deputy'.