Media Coverage

media_2Thanks to our friends in the media, Angel View programs and services are often featured in the news, along with our fundraiser. Please click the links below to see stories and news clips.

Current Media Coverage

Annual Fashion Show celebrating the Lantern Festival at Ironwood Country Club 
Bank of America awards community grants to Coachella Valley area non-profits. Angel View benefits with donation for energy efficiency upgrades for residential homes.
Coachella Valley Had a True Friend in Mel Haber
Palm Springs Perfect Fit
Great Autos of Yesteryear 8th Annual Classic Car Show
Angel View President Heads to World Health Organization
Angel View Board President Walter Johnson, MD, Named Head of WHO Program
Angel View on Desert Living, KMIR
Bank of America Foundation Awards Grants
Garage Sale Thanks
All Kings and Queens at Angel View Prom
Angel View Holds 12th Annual Prom
Many Dance the Night Away
Angel View Breaks Ground
Local Nonprofit Angel View Breaks Ground in Desert Hot Springs
Duke Graham Joins Angel View
Looking for Rare MidCentury Home Furnishings?
Angel View Wild West Luncheon
Patti Park on Business for Breakfast
Angel View Gleams with Help from Service Group
McCormick Classic Car Donates VW to Angel View
Angel View Holiday Bash a Dog-Gone Good Time
115-Year Old Typewriter Found at Angel View has Rich History
Christmas Tree Sales Benefit Charity
Barry Manilow Delivers Holiday Wishes with Gift of Love
Great Autos of Yesteryear Casual Concours
Angels Among Us
Job Changes: Patti Park Names Executive Director

Archived Media Coverage


Marlina’s Story

Marlina, 39, with Down syndrome, knows what a difference a year makes. Just 18 months after moving into an Angel View home, she'd transformed in every way. Most significantly, through the help of our medical staff, dietitians, and caring house staff, she’s shed 90 pounds by eating more healthfully. She couldn’t wait to show off her new figure as a model in the 2016 annual Angel View fashion show.

Besides her weight loss, she’s more settled emotionally. Instead of tears, her smile lights up the room. Her ability to focus has dramatically improved, as has her ability to transition smoothly when staffers change shifts at her house. Marlina, our princess, loves frilly things, art and the visiting therapy dogs.