Mr. Wehba has made vast contributions to the community through his philanthropic endeavors over the course of his career. Most recently he was appointed as a member of the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Board of Governors, the Beverly Hills Education Foundation, the Alliance for College-Ready Public Schools Board of Directors, and the International Circle of the Los Angeles World Affairs Council. He currently serves or has served on the Board of Directors for the following organizations: The Boy Scouts of America, California Baptist University, Westside Community Church, First Baptist of Beverly Hills, The Institute for Social and Economic Policy in the Middle East - part of the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, The Dove Foundation and The Associates For Breast Cancer Studies (ABC's) - part of the John Wayne Cancer Institute. In total, Mr. Wehba is involved in more than 30 charities around the United States and has served on boards of various churches as well as playing a founding role in the Westside Community Church. In 2008, Mr. and Mrs. Wehba were honored by the Beverly Hills Education Foundation for their pioneering efforts in supporting education and the arts with the dedication of the Beverly Hills High School band rehearsal studio as the “C. Frederick and Susan Wehba Instrumental Music Studio”. Other notable recognitions include: the Jeffrey Foundation Community Spirit Award in 2006, the Spirit of Philanthropy award from California Baptist University in 2004, and the MDA's (Muscular Dystrophy Association) Humanitarian Award in 2003. Mr. Wehba is the President Emeritus for the ABC's located in Los Angeles and in 1990, received the Lifetime Achievement Award as Man of the Year from then Los Angeles Mayor, Tom Bradley.