Projects tagged with "Homelessness"

Donate to Support PATH

Thank you for considering a gift to PATH. Your support helps them provide critical resources and services to those experiencing homelessness in the community. All gifts can be designated towards a specific PATH region. There are various ways to give, so please consider supporting PATH! Visit:
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Volunteer at Project Angel Food

Volunteers help to accomplish Project Angel Food’s mission in a variety of ways. Even one day, or a few hours, of volunteering can make a world of difference to the community's most vulnerable neighbors. Since 1989, Project Angel Food has delivered over 13 million meals to more than 22,000 critically ill people. Their volunteers not only help with preparing meals and delivering them, and also folding and stuffing letters, beading bracelets, and calling clients to see how they’re doing. Volunteers can sign up on their own, with a group of friends, family or co-workers. They can spend one day, or many years, in service to our community. We have some volunteers who started in high school or college and have now been with us for 10, 15 and even 20 years, and are bringing their children with them now. To schedule a volunteering session, visit:
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Donate to Project Minnie

Project Minnie provides pet food and supplies to homeless pets and their homeless parents in Venice, CA on the Venice Boardwalk and at Safe Place for Youth. Visit:
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Donate Hygiene Items and Clothing to Project Ropa

Project Ropa is a nonprofit organization restoring dignity and empowering the lives of people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles by providing clean clothes, hygiene essentials, and employment opportunities while reducing textile waste and minimizing our carbon footprint. Now, because of the health threats posed by the coronavirus, the need to overcome those challenges has become ever greater. When even one person doesn’t have access to proper hygiene, the health of the entire community is at risk. That is where you can help! Donate the clothing and hygiene items to help Project Ropa! Visit:
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Create Hygiene Kits for Project Ropa

Help create hygiene kits for Project Ropa to directly distribute to people experiencing homelessness in the Los Angeles area. This is a great activity for children to get involved with. They are looking for assistance creating hygiene kits to distribute to our unhoused neighbors. This can be done remotely by putting together items in a ziploc bag, tote bag or reusable grocery bag. Please note: Items for the hygiene kits will not be provided by them. They recommend reaching out to your network of friends and family to source the items. All items can be travel-size or full-size. Items to include in the kits are: Essentials - Shampoo, Toothpaste and toothbrush, Soap, Body lotion, Shaving cream, Razor. Nice to Have - Deodorant, Q-Tips, Band-Aids, Hand sanitizer, Disinfecting wipes, Travel-size facial tissue pack, Toilet pape, Lip balm, Sunscreen, Dental floss, Hair bands, Conditioner. Drop Offs are by appointment only! Visit:
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Donate to The San Gabriel Pomona Parents’ Place Family Resource and Empowerment Center

Parents’ Place provides information and education to improve knowledge so parents, caregivers, and professionals can become empowered, allowing them to advocate for their children more effectively. Visit:
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Volunteer at Union Station Homeless Services

Whether you volunteer in Union Station Homeless Services' kitchens to prepare meals, at their permanent supportive housing sites to provide a workshop, tutoring, or craft/ activity; or in theiroffices to help with administrative projects, you will be a valuable member of their family when you volunteer at Union Station Homeless Services. Volunteer opportunities are varied, and they do their best to match volunteers with a position that suits their interests and skills. Due to the concerns regarding Covid-19, Union Station Homeless Services have shifted some of their regular volunteer opportunities for the duration of this pandemic. Find out ways you can still be an essential part of Union Station Homeless Services' life-saving work! Visit:
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Donate to Union Station Homeless Services

As the largest provider of social services for homeless and low-income individuals and families in the San Gabriel Valley and beyond, they are poised to do more than ever to drive significant, lasting, and positive change for their community. While government contracts enable them to expand their impact, they continue to rely heavily on the generosity of the community. Thanks to their donors, they helped thousands of people access housing and supportive services last year. Their most important fiscal commitment is to steward dollars to maximize impact in the lives of those they serve. They regularly evaluate the processes and practices to improve and streamline them as needed. Visit:
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Shop Union Station Homeless Services’ Wishlist

In-kind donations keep their programs running! Help offset their program costs by donating an item from their Wish List. Donations of new items can be dropped off at: 825 E Orange Grove Blvd, 9:00am – 4:00pm, (M-F). Visit:
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Donate to Project Angel Food

Did you know? 86 cents of every dollar donated goes directly to our medically tailored meal delivery program. Help support Project Angel Food’s work today. Your donation will ensure that someone who is seriously ill will not go hungry. Visit:;jsessionid=00000000.app325a?df_id=1375&1375.donation=form1&NONCE_TOKEN=751E7A72FA9BA7D5CDB60B13E42E86F4#.WyASqdVKjDc
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Sponsor a Van for Project Angel Food

Project Angel Food believes that food is medicine and food is love. Their fleet of vans crisscrosses the 4,700 square miles via 52 delivery routes in Los Angeles County daily, bringing medically tailored meals to our neighbors near and far suffer from critical and terminal illnesses. Visit:
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Join the Circle of Angels at Project Angel Food

Circle of Angels is a compassionate group of dedicated donors who generously provide both the financial capacity and advocacy that sustain Project Angel Food. Visit:
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Volunteer at the St. Francis Center serving breakfast Monday-Friday!

St. Francis Center’s mission is to feed, serve, and walk with the poor as a community of hope in the spirit of Saint Francis of Assisi. During the pandemic, they modified their programs in a to-go distribution format. But with the changing times, the center is able to serve an indoor dining service once again. Volunteers can help serve breakfast in any of the following ways:

  • Table Captains/Floaters – One volunteer is stationed at one or two tables. The volunteer in this role will act as the server for the table and assist guests with anything they need. This role is the most sought out by all volunteers as it provides a good opportunity for conversation with our guests.

  • Coffee Captains– Volunteers help prepare cups of coffee and provide refills when needed.

  • Kitchen Captains– This volunteer will help in the kitchen. They can expect to help with food prep and preparing the breakfast plates or soup. 

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Help out at the St. Francis Pantry every Tuesday-Friday!

St. Francis Center’s mission is to feed, serve, and walk with the poor as a community of hope in the spirit of Saint Francis of Assisi. As part of the Pantry Program, they have volunteers sort through donated food products and make to-go pantry boxes to be distributed to families, individuals, and students in need. Then, usually starting at 10:30, some volunteers can help hand out boxes to our families with the assistance of staff. Sign up to help out today!

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