Projects tagged with "DONATIONS"

Donate Clothing to Project Ropa

If you would like to help Project Ropa in their mission to provide clothing to the homeless, consider donating some clothes. Drop offs are at their warehouse in Gardena by appointment only. Pick ups are scheduled at least two weeks in advance. To help cover their operating costs there is a service fee for all pick ups which varies depending on the distance from their warehouse. For a list of clothes they are looking for and to sign up, click here: https://www.projectropa.org/get-involved/
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Help Project Ropa Stock their Closet

Project Ropa is in constantly need of supplies and clothes to provide for their unhoused neighbors. One way you can help them do that is to help them keep their closet stuck. By shopping from their wish list of clothing and hygiene items on GOODdler, you can help do just that. All items get shipped directly to them. Take a look at their wishlist here: https://gooddler.com/Wishlist/10175
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Donate 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. If you would like to help them in this mission, consider a one-time or monthly donation. For more information, click here: https://donorbox.org/projectropa-general.
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Donate to ResisterhoodLA

ResisterhoodLA is an organization meant to curate unqiue volunteering opportunities in Angelenos. They strive to enact positive change in the greater Los Angeles area and surrounding communities and promote and facilitate volunteer efforts, philanthropy and fundraising. Since 2019, they have been focusing on one cause in particular: homelessness. To donate towards filling their free closet, click here: https://www.resisterhoodla.org/donate.
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Donate to the Salesian Family Youth Center

Since 1966, the Salesian Family Youth Center of Los Angeles has served the Boyle Heights and City Terrace communities by providing after-school activities and low-cost alternative programs for thousands of at-risk and economically disadvantaged youth between the ages of 6 and 18. Their mission is to help these kid realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens and to support their families in this effort. If you can consider donating to them: https://www.salesianclubs-la.org/membership#donate
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Donate to Samaritan’s Purse’s Crisis Relief Fund

Donate to Samaritan Purse's Diaster Relief Fund. Find out more here: https://www.samaritanspurse.org/our-ministry/nam/#volunteer-now
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Donate to Self Help Graphics & Art

Self Help Graphics & Art is dedicated to the production, interpretation, and distribution of prints and other art media by Chicana/o and Latinx artists. They aim to promote artistic excellence and empower their community by providing access to space, tools, training and resources. Help them with this mission by donating here: https://www.selfhelpgraphics.com/donate
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Consider Donating Food, Clothes, and Other Supplies to Midnight Mission

The Midnight Mission helps make available the necessities of life and offer a bridge to self-sufficiency for people experiencing homelessness through food, shelter, clothing, personal hygiene needs, medical care, and many other services. Help them in their mission by donating clothing, food, and other supplies to their Gift in Kind program. Click here to find out more: https://www.midnightmission.org/gifts-in-kind/.
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Donate to United Friends of the Children

United Friends of the Children empowers current and former foster youth on their journey to self-sufficiency through service-enriched education and housing programs, advocacy, and consistent relationships with a community of people who care. With your help, they can continue on their mission. Please consider making a montary donation at: https://www.unitedfriends.org/donate/
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Adopt a Child Through Gifting with Crete Academy

Crete Academy is having their annual Adopt A Child for Christmas program once again! Adopt A Child for Christmas by purchasing Christmas gifts from students Wishlist. Signup via their website and receive information on student wishlist items as well as clothing sizes. Please visit: https://www.creteacademy.org/copy-of-donate
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Help United Station Homeless Services by Donating Items on their Wish List

Union Station Homeless Services has a wish list located on their website that you and your family could use to purchase items and donate the items to them. Due to limited space they are only excepting new items. You can drop off these items between 9am and 4pm Monday through Friday. For more information and to access the lists click here: https://unionstationhs.org/wishlist/
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Attend LUNAFEST 2022 to support the East Los Angeles Women’s Center

For the past six years ELAWC has hosted the national touring film festival, LUNAFEST. Attending this film festival will help raise crucial funds for all of the services the ELAWC provides. This year they need you more than ever! All proceeds will benefit women and families rebuilding their home from the trauma of violence and finding a path to secure housing. Your participation this year directly impact our Safe Homes Fund. For more information, please go to: https://www.elawc.org/lunafest22
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Deliver food for North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry

The Transportation Team transports the loaded grocery bags from the packing site at Temple Beth Hillel to the food distribution site at First Christian Church. Transportation Teams pickup Fridays at 4:00pm. The entire process of transporting 150 to 200 pre-packed bags takes about one hour. Bags are transported in Pantry owned vehicles. You must drive yourself between Temple Beth Hillel and First Christian Church. Sign up to help out here: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0a4ba5a82fa5fa7-transporting
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Pack Bags at the Temple with North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry

Make "Cooking" or "Non-Cooking" Bags in groups of 10, and load them onto shelving in the cage adjacent to the packing cage. Groups must be limited to 3, Masks must be worn at all times, and open-toed footwear is prohibited. Bags must be double bagged - either 2 paper bags, OR plastic outside of paper. Sign up at: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/60b0a4ba5a82fa5fa7-pack
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Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! And help them raise $600,000 to support year-round programs! Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s Camp Paivika

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! AbilityFirst Camp Paivika, located in the beautiful San Bernardino Mountains, has helped thousands of children and adults with disabilities - such as autism, cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, and physical challenges - make friends, try new things, become more confident and independent, and most important, have fun. Camp Paivika was one of the first fully accessible camps in the United States, and first opened its doors in 1947. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/Camp

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s Claremont Center

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! AbilityFirst Claremont Center, one of multiple AbilityFirst locations in Southern California, has provided year-round programs and services for children and adults with physical and developmental disabilities, since it first opened its doors in 1965. Through person-centered, interest-based activities, the center helps participants achieve their personal goals, especially in the areas of communication, socialization, basic life skills, and healthy living. The Claremont Center serves Eastern Los Angeles County, including the communities of Claremont, Alta Loma, Chino, Covina, Diamond Bar, Glendora, La Verna, Ontario, Pomona, Rancho Cucamonga, Rialto, San Dimas, Walnut and West Covina. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/Claremont

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s College to Career Program

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! AbilityFirst College to Career Program, provides support to young adults with developmental disabilities who demonstrate the desire and potential to succeed in a post-secondary educational environment in order to accomplish their educational and future career goals. They empower participants to: identify personal and educational goals; enroll in appropriate classes to meet educational and vocational goals; and, access college and community resources in order to reach their personal best. The program supports students at colleges, universities, and vocational/arts programs in Southern California. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/C2C

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s Crown House & Sierra Rose

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! Since 1984 AbilityFirst has been a leader in residential facilities for individuals with physical and developmental disabilities. The AbilityFirst Crown House and Sierra Rose locations in Pasadena are “family-style” adult residential facilities for semi-independent individuals and seniors. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/CHSR

Fundraise at AbilityFirst’s Annual Stroll and Roll with AbilityFirst’s East Los Angeles Center

AbilityFirst's Annual Stroll & Roll is back in person! Join them as they stroll and roll around the racetrack, enjoy a complimentary breakfast, an awards ceremony with live entertainment and dozens of interactive exhibitors! AbilityFirst East Los Angeles Center, one of multiple AbilityFirst locations in Southern California, has provided year-round programs and services for children and young adults with physical and developmental disabilities, since it first opened its doors in 1966. Through person-centered, interest-based activities, the center helps participants achieve their personal goals, especially in the areas of communication, socialization, basic life skills, and healthy living. The center serves East Los Angeles and Northeast Los Angeles, as well as surrounding communities such as Alhambra, City of Commerce, El Monte, Montebello, Monterey Park, Pico Rivera, Santa Fe Springs, and Whittier. Please visit: https://p2p.onecause.com/22strollandroll/event/ELA
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