When you visit the Zoo this fall, you’ll notice one or more construction sites, a tantalizing hint of changes to come.
A new initiative at the Beastly Ball helped make history, and fundraising totals for the emotional evening exceeded all expectations. Find out what it was like for GLAZA President Tom Jacobson on the Zoo’s most important fundraising night of the year.
As the weather in Los Angeles warms up and the days grow longer, our nights are shorter but a lot more fun.
What a wet and wild winter! Spring is our busiest season at the Zoo, and we hope to see our members enjoying their benefits during beautiful, warm weather—fingers crossed! Read on to discover some of the signature events happening soon!
GLAZA President Tom Jacobson is celebrating 2022 and looking forward to some special projects in 2023 that will move the Zoo closer to its goals. Discover what’s planned and find out how you can join in to keep the momentum going.
We are thrilled that L.A. Zoo Lights is returning beginning November 18, 2022, as L.A. Zoo Lights: Animals Aglow. “L.A.’s brightest winter tradition” will be all new in 2022—reimagined as a spectacular wonderland of glowing lanterns depicting animals and plants, a celebration of light and nature all of us can enjoy together. Here’s why that’s so special.
In every season, we remain so grateful to GLAZA members and volunteers for your passionate support of the Zoo’s mission to save species from extinction. Recently, a powerful outpouring of love for your L.A. Zoo made a huge difference for us in our journey toward transforming the Zoo for future guests.
As we begin a new fiscal year this month, it’s time to celebrate the generosity of the people of Los Angeles to the L.A. Zoo and GLAZA, especially our wonderful members.
We’ve learned a lot about the enormous value of outdoor space to provide guests a safe place to learn about nature and celebrate the mission of the Los Angeles Zoo, and we’re about to take one of our most dramatic steps yet toward “normal” by hosting the Beastly Ball in person at the Zoo on June 4.
Tom shares about the exciting slate of in-person events scheduled for this season and beyond, both at the Zoo and as far away as Botswana. From wine to free-roaming wildlife, there’s a lot to look forward to.