Projects tagged with "Donations"
Donate Summer Items & Games for Alexandria House
For the month of June, Alexandria House is hosting a Summer Donations Drive to collect in-kind donations for their summer programs. Please see below for some suggested donation items: sunscreen, water balloons, reusable water bottles, snacks & juices (individually packaged), fans (handheld & tabletop), outdoors/water games & equipment, sports equipment: tennis balls, baseballs, softballs, & gloves, hand balls, soccer balls, basketballs. They also accept monetary donations on our website: www.alexandriahouse.org/donate. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with any questions regarding donations. Thank you for your support!!
Donate Wishlist Items for Kids In Need Of Defence’s Young Clients
KIND is a non-profit organization that provides pro-bono legal representation to unaccompanied minors. Our goal is to ensure that no child appears in immigration court without an attorney. You can help a child in our Los Angeles office by directly donating items on their Amazon Wish List! Items on their Wish List include: toiletries | school supplies | books http://a.co/6SJleGo
KIND is a non-profit organization that provides pro-bono legal representation to unaccompanied minors. Their goal is to ensure that no child appears in immigration court without an attorney. You can help a child in their Los Angeles office by directly donating items on their Amazon Wish List! Items on their Wish List include: toiletries | school supplies | books http://a.co/6SJleGo
Donate Hygiene Items & School Supplies for the St. Francis Center
This summer, St. Francis Center will send 80 youth to overnight, weeklong camp! They are in need of items for their summer-camp kits and their back-to-school event. For their summer-camp kits, they are in need of the following items: sunscreen, bug spray, unflavored lip balm, flashlight/batteries, water bottle, sleeping bag, duffel bag, beach towel. For their back-to-school event, they are in need of the following items: backpacks, folders, notebooks, pens, pencils, erasers, crayons, markers, rulers, glue/gluesticks, scissors. If you are interested in donating, please contact the Development Department, (213.747.5347 x. 100, firstname.lastname@example.org). Drop off-hours are Mon-Fri 7am-3pm, and Sat 7am-1pm. Please contact the Development Department before dropping off.
Help Fill the Pantry at Childhood Cancer Foundation of Southern California
Help Childhood Cancer Foundation of Southern California fill their Parent Food Pantry that is located inside the Loma Linda Children's Hospital Hematology/Oncology Unit. They are in need of microwavable dinners that can be stored at room temperature. (No Frozen Foods) For example, Cup of Noodles, Hormel Dinners, etc. Parent Food Pantry! Help them fill their Parent Food Pantry that is located inside the Loma Linda Children's Hospital Hematology/Oncology Unit. This allows the parents to have a decent meal, without leaving their child's beside too long. They are in need of microwavable dinners that can be stored at room temperature and individual chips. (No Frozen Foods, please) For example, Cup of Noodles, Hormel Dinners, etc.
Enjoy Some Smooth Jams with Parkside Economic Development Corporation’s Wednesday Night Jazz Cool Down
Starting June 6 through August 29, there will be artists performing for a good cause.
No concert July 4th.
Concerts are $25 donation each or pick three for $60 or 15 or more for $15. Sponsorship opportunities available as well.
Doors open at 6:15pm and the show starts at 7pm.
Join the Aviva Center for their Summer Soiree
Gentlemen and ladies who love a good glass of scotch — please join the Aviva Center for their Summer Soiree. On June 7, attendees will gather at Burberry on Rodeo Drive for a fine whiskey and scotch tasting, along with cocktails and canapés. Please RSVP by Monday, June 4th by calling or visiting this website: http://www.avivacenter.org/product/summer-soiree/
Erin Pierik, Vice President of Development email@example.com 323.876.0550 ext. 1123. Parking will be validated in store for Two Rodeo Parking Garage, 9480 Dayton Way.
Empower the Youth of the Child Care Resource Center By Donating Books
Literacy empowers and you have a chance to do your part! On Saturday, June 9th CCRC will be on hand to receive your book donations from 10 am – 1 pm at their Headquarters location! If you’re looking to clear up space and give the gift of reading, they will happily accept new, or gently used, children’s books (up to age 13). All books received will be distributed back to the children in CCRC's San Fernando Valley community’s children. Please Note: Unfortunately cannot accept dictionaries, encyclopedias, teaching materials, magazines, etc. Don't have any books but still want to make a differece? Make a tax deductible donation! For more information, please contact at 1-866-67-4KIDS or email Communications@ccrcca.org
Join PATH- Santa Barbara as They Host Their Second Annual Making It Home Tour
PATH will host their second annual Making It Home Tour – a celebration of home and the spirt of the Santa Barbara community. You are invited to join them for this exclusive look into some of the most elegant homes and estates in Santa Barbara, all in support of ending homelessness. This unique event will feature a guided tour through luxury area homes aboard a historic Santa Barbara trolley, including food and wine pairings from exclusive chefs and local restaurants at each stop. The celebration will continue with a reception where guests will enjoy music, raffles, and a wide variety of exciting food and drink.
Donate Much Needed Men’s Clothing to Safe Place for Youth
69% of the youth that visit Safe Place for Youth are male, so their biggest ask is always men's clothing! They are currently asking for specific donations of men's boxer-briefs in all sizes. They have been running very low these past couple weeks and would really appreciate the support of the community in bringing more in! Please visit https://www.amazon.com/gp/registry/wishlist/26B4TLX9DC4AB/ref=cm_sw_su_w
for their wishlist!
Safe Place for Youth is a non-profit that serves youth experiencing homelessness in West Los Angeles. Our drop-in center, located in Venice, provides youth with critical resources including food, clothing, health and wellness, case management, and education and employment services.
Come and Join The Jeffrey Foundation for Tea At The Pool
The Jeffrey Foundation is hosting a Tea At The Pool and Tour The Jeffrey Foundation Family Resource Center at 5443 W. Washington Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90016 on Wednesday, July 11, 2018 from 3:00p.m.-5:00p.m. Light refreshments will be served.
If you are not able to attend, please consider donating!
Parking on Marvin Avenue - The Jeffrey Foundation (Rear) Parking Lot.
Join Western Center’s Spring Fundraiser- Fair Shake
This year’s festivities will be held at the El Dorado Bar and hosted by Western Center’s 30-member Advisory Board. Guests include colleagues, friends, legal services partners and summer associates who celebrate, eat, drink and enjoy casino, bar or party games. Western Center will also host a short program honoring Sang Banh at Inland Counties Legal Services and Julia Fieber at Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy. Their exemplary work in partnership with Western Center reflects the values that are the bedrock of our organization–social justice, equal rights and a strong safety net. For ticket info please visit: https://wclp.org/event/fair-shake-2018/
Support PATH- San Diego as They Invite You for The Art of Making A Home Event
This spring, PATH will honor five years of collaborating to create housing solutions in Downtown San Diego. They invite you to join them for The Art of Making it Home – an interactive, experiential celebration of home through art, music, and film. This unique event will take place on the terrace at WeWork B Street, where attendees will experience a wide variety of exciting activations, all centered around the meaning of home. The event will feature exclusive performances, silent auctions, door prizes, and a wide variety of food and drink.
They will also be honoring California Assemblymember Todd Gloria, and Affirmed Housing for their innovative partnership and support of PATH San Diego.
Rise Up Against addiction and Join LA Shatterproof for their Nationwide 5K Walk/Run
Families, friends, coworkers, and neighbors walk or run 5 kilometers to bring the disease of addiction into the light. Whether you've had a substance use disorder or have watched someone you care about struggle with this disease, join Shatterproof to show that no one should ever suffer alone. Unite with other walkers and runners, supporting those who have lost a loved one to addiction and celebrating those who are living in recovery today. Every dollar you raise brings them one step closer to ending the devastation of addiction in America. Together, we will reduce the secrecy and remove the shame. Together, we will walk into the light and change the conversation about addiction. Click here to apply: https://www.volunteermatch.org/search/opp2883236.jsp
Enjoy your summer with Big Sunday during our 3rd Annual Get-Ready-For-Summer Movie Night!
Share in a community experience of a BBQ, ice cream and Monster's Inc. We invite community members, schools, senior centers, Veterans, domestic violence survivors and others to a relaxing night of community building. As with all Big Sunday events, admission is free, but we are collecting beach towels and sun screen for the Boys and Girls Club of Hollywood and Antelope Valley. The aim of this event is to build community; in doing so we request everyone meet one new person during the event. We are collecting brand new beach towels and sun screen.
Help Donate Much Needed Essentials for The Academy Projects Summer Camp
Camp Xavier is a week long day camp for 40 3rd-8th grade foster youth on the campus of USC from 9am-5am. 20 of the older youth will then attend a week up in the San Bernardino Mountains enjoying the quinessential summer camp experience- swimming, hiking, sailing, arts and crafts, campfires and much more. They need to feed 40 foster youth breakfast, lunch and a snack for 5 days (and would love to send them home with something too). They also need art supplies and general supplies (first aid kits, plates, napkins, water, paper, pens) They would love to have t-shirts made or rubber wrist bands- somthing to identify their kids (there are many camps of the campus of USC at the dame time. They will be taking their kids to the museam because they dont have their space on Tuesday and would love to get them IMAX tickets (40 of them). Books of all reading levels. Also, please consider sponsoring a 7 day camp experience for an older youth. It costs only $300 (all costs including bus trips, foods, activites, life changing experiences and life long friends.
Donate School Supplies for Children in South Los Angeles
The Los Angeles Child Guidance Clinic sincerely requests donations of school supplies for its Back to School Fair on August 2. Their wishlist includes: backpacks, crayons, pencils, folders, rulers, erasers, markers, and spiral notebooks. They also accept monetary donations on their website: http://www.lacgc.org/donate.htm
Join MEND At Their Annual Head to Toes Event!
MEND needs your help! On August 29th, 250 third graders from Vaughn Next Century Learning Center will participate in MEND's 18th annual Head to Toes back-to-school themed event.
Make a gift today and with the help of volunteer medical professionals and Disney VoluntEARS, MEND will provide each third-grader a new pair of shoes, new backpack, books, and school supplies, along with vision and dental screenings to start off the school year right!
Sponsor 1 child - $25
Sponsor 4 children - $100
Sponsor a classroom- $500
They thank you in advance for your support in making this event a highlight for the 3rd grade students at Vaughn Next Century Learning Center!
Donate Back-to-School Items for Alexandria House
For the month of July, Alexandria House is hosting a Back-to-School drive to collect school supplies for the children they serve. Their wishlist includes: pencils (No. 2 & mechanical), pens (all colors), graphing paper & notebook, lined paper (college-ruled preferred), plastic folders & dividers, scissors (kids-sized), rulers & protractors, glue (sticks & liquid), highlighters, colored pencils & crayons, calculators (regular & scientific), mini-staplers, white-out (liquid & tape), post-its, backpacks & lunch boxes, mini hand-sanitizers, erasers: pencil-top & regular, pencil pouches, 1-inch binders, index cards: colors & white, lined, poster boards (white), reusable water bottles, dry-erase board spray cleaner, markers: thin & thick, permanent, washable, and dry-erase, notebooks: single & 3-subject, spiral-bound and composition. They also accept monetary donations on their website: www.alexandriahouse.org/donate.
Support LAUSD-Thomas A. Edison Middle School’s Adopt a Family Program
The Adopt a Family program is designed to support 50 of the most in need families receive basic needs for their kids. Edison has over 1300 students; 100% qualify for free lunch. Edison Middle School is more than an educational institution in their community; it serves as a hub for resources for students and their families. As a community school, one of their values is to assist the families with their everyday needs. They serve a largely immigrant population with a high unemployment rate, many of the students lack the basic needs such as clothing, shoes, school supplies, food, and school uniform. This event is from July 23rd-August 30th, 2018. Donations of clothing, shoes, school uniform, food vouchers, gift cards, school supplies, backpacks are needed. The support of the community is key in school activities and also a way that you can continue helping their students and families in their social and academics. Not only will your contribution be publicly recognized by the school, but this will also be a great opportunity for you to engage with the Edison community! Drop off location will be Thomas A. Edison Middle School in the main office. Ask for Estephania Vazquez.
Join the Illumination Foundation’s Carnival for Kids
Bring your family out to celebrate the new school year alongside Illumination Foundation’s families! This thrilling day will include: Rides, games, food, and live music! Free admission and free parking will be provided. All proceeds will benefit homeless families in Orange County! For additional information, please contact Caroline Horstmann at firstname.lastname@example.org You can also help sponsor a child. Many of us think of summer as a wonderful, happy time when kids can be kids. For as many as 32,000 unstably housed children, however, this is far from reality. This summer, The Illumination Foundation is aiming to sponsor 600 children to attend Carnival For Kids, and give these kids an opportunity to enjoy summer, experience a day of fun, and prepare for the school year. With each sponsorship, a low-income or unstably housed child will receive: an unlimited ride wristband, a food, drink and dessert meal ticket, and school supply carnival prizes to get them ready for the new school year!