CLVFF was founded in 1972 for people who want to be involved in the quality of life and needs of the Conejo/Las Virgenes region, and who want to contribute to the larger and common good of the community.
CLVFF is a civic think tank for the research and study of ideas and actions devoted to the present and future well being of the Conejo/Las Virgenes region.
CLVFF is committed to the long range look of the community and examines the present with care in order to plan for the future.
CLVFF is a regional non-profit organization that serves four cities and takes a non-governmental approach to regional matters that cross city and county boundary lines.
CLVFF initiates studies on topics of concern to citizens of our communities and shares its findings on community issues with any group, corporation, governmental entity, news media, developer, educational institution or private citizen.
CLVFF sponsors an annual Youth Program that has resulted in Safe Ride programs, a Teen Center, the Teen Assist Card, a Volunteer Fair, and much more.
CLVFF sponsors Senior Congress, an annual forum for older citizens in our region to explore issues that affect their quality of life.
CLVFF has been involved in more than 60 projects dealing with education, the arts, housing, community spirit, work force development, multicultural issues, open space, social needs, and environmental issues.