Women’s Council

Purpose: To promote and advance the welfare of USC Verdugo Hills Hospital (VHH) and its staff and patients through ways and means approved by its governing board, through fund-raising and friend-raising activities conducted within the hospital and surrounding communities.

History: The Women’s Council of the VHH Foundation was founded shortly after VHH opened its doors in 1972. The Women’s Council formally began on June 20, 1973, with more than 200 members meeting for a garden champagne brunch at the home of Sue Lindstrom.

Since its founding, the Women’s Council has raised over $3 million for hospital programs and services, making the Council a vital part of the VHH Foundation team.

For information on joining the Women’s Council or to support their fundraising efforts, please contact the Foundation Office at (818) 952-2226.

Upcoming and recent efforts:

April Fool’s Day Bingo

Saturday, April 1st – 5:30-8:30 USC-VHH Council Rooms

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Womens Council Annual Valentines Day Cookie Distribution

Angela Mandujano, Sonia Bagdasarian and Ruth McNevin showing the love on February 14, 2016 with the annual cookie delivery to every department. This annual

VHH Womens Council Installation Luncheon

The highlight of theUSC-VHH Women’s Council Installation luncheon on June 9, 2017 was the presentation of $50,000 to Mr. Keith Hobbs to be utilized in

2016 Women’s Council Casino Turnaround

The Women’s Council of the USC Verdugo Hospital Foundation hosted its popular Casino Turnaround event on Sunday, September 25, 2016. This fun-filled, friend-filled fundraising

  • AIWA Board, USC-VHH CEO, Foundation Board

Community Event With Armenian International Women’s Assocation (AIWA)

We held a special event with the Armenian International Women’s Association (AIWA) of Los Angeles to acquaint the community at large with Medical Innovations and

Celebration of the Women’s Council memory book

In every organization, there are people whose commitment is extraordinary and whose impact goes beyond measure. The Women’s Council and its membership over the last

Last modified: March 10, 2017