Projects tagged with "FOOD"

Provide Meals to Seniors as a Homebound Meal Driver for ONEgeneration

Volunteers support and enhance every program that ONEgeneration offers. For heartwarming, life-affirming experiences, come join ONEgeneration as a volunteer and start giving back to your community now! They are in need of homebound meal drivers. Delivers a hot meal and a warm greeting to homebound seniors one morning a week. Training is required with a Manager on meal delivering router. Minimum age 21 _ Fingerprinting, Drivers License and proof of auto insurance required.

Donate Thanksgiving Food Items for the Lynwood Unified School District / Homeless Ed Program

The Homeless Ed Program in Lynwood serves over 500 students at any given day in a community of roughly 15,000 students. they serve a largely immigrant population with a high unemployment rate, many of their students do not have a Thanksgiving meal to look forward to over the holidays. their 4th Annual Thanksgiving Basket Giveaway is scheduled to take place Wednesday, November 21, 2018. their goal is to provide 150 turkeys and food baskets to their neediest families. they are seeking donations like: turkeys, ham, gift cards (grocery stores like Superior, Food 4 Less, El Super) to donate during the event. The support of your organizations is key in supporting their homeless families 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 during the event, but this will also be a great opportunity for you to make an impact toward their neediest families in Lynwood! Drop off location will be at the Lynwood District Office in their Student Services Department. Ask for Tam Nguyen or Dr. Maribel Martinez. their Homeless Ed Program and school sites will identify 150 families in need of a Thanksgiving meal and they will wrap up the items in a goody bag. your donation are tax deductibles.

Adopt A Family Holiday Kit with LA Family Housing

LA Family Housing serves over 6,000 homeless people every year. Give the gift of dignity and Empowerment this holiday season and Empower parents to provide holiday gifts for their children by donating a Holiday Kit! To donate a Holiday Kit to LAFH, fill a REUSABLE SHOPPING BAG (no paper, please) with household goods, festive decorations, and gift cards. Items must fit in one shopping bag, they estimate one Holiday Kit costs between $100-$150. Holiday Kit Drop Off Day is December 17th. Contact Terry Lotka for suggested donation items and to confirm your donation or to schedule an alternate drop off date: 818.220.6936

Aid MEND in Their Food Drive Innitiative

MEND suggests donations of: power/granola bars, fruit cups, pull-top canned tuna or chicken, chili, stews or soups, pasta, juice boxes, 2 lb. bags of pinto beans, 2 lb. bags of rice, peanut butter, oatmeal, packaged nuts or dried berries, and ground coffee. Special holiday items may include frozen poultry, boxed stuffing, cranberries or holiday sweets. Link to register

Join the Gift Drive Wishlist with LA Family Housing

LA Family Housing serves over 6,000 homeless people every year. LA Family Housing has lots of great donation opportunities for the holidays available to help the many needy families the organization assists. Pitch in with the following holiday programs today! Gift Drive: Help line the shelves of LAFHs Wishmart, Santas special toy store for children receiving LAFH services. Buy a new toy, or give a $20 Target gift card, and provide the opportunity for over 300 children to choose their gifts at LAFHs Winter Wonderland party. Drop Off By Dec. 12! For more info, please contact Terry:

Help Bring Baked Goods for the Clients of At The Crossroads

The holidays can be an extra hard time of year when you're a disconnected youth in San Francisco. The season's focus on family time and gift-giving can be very isolating for their clients who might be separated from family or might not have the resources they need to show their appreciation for loved ones. Every year, ATC throws a holiday party for their clients. It is a tradition that their clients and staff look forward to and a very special time to celebrate the amazing youth they work with. They are also looking for folks to help bake soft goods for their holiday party. Items must be individually wrapped, meaning no open platters of goods but rather items are in ziplock bags or saran wrapped. They ask that folks drop off the baked goods by 12/12 at 3pm. Please email if you are interested in baking! Please help us raise $20,000 to bring the holidays to over 500 clients and their families. Your support will go a long way towards making the holidays special for their clients:

Support New Image Emergency Shelter for the Homeless, Inc.’s Annual Christmas Store

The New Image Annual Childrens Christmas Store provides toys, shoes, gift cards, refreshments, and a visit with Santa, for children from homeless and low-income families. It is called a store because the children are allowed to shop for their toys; however, all items are FREE. Additionally, parents receive supermarket gift cards so they can purchase food for the holidays as well. This year, the Christmas store will be distributing over 20,000 toys and over 1,800 pairs of shoes, and will serve more than 1,800 children, from over 690 homeless and low-income families with children. This holiday season help us provide another loving, fun-filled, memorable Christmas to the children of homeless and low-income families. New Image is requesting your financial and/or in-kind support to ensure toys and a pair of shoes for every child attending the New Image 24th Annual Childrens Christmas Store. We accept In-Kind or financial donations of or for the purchase of the following items: * Food for Holiday Food Baskets (Turkeys, hams, mash potatoes, gravy, etc.) * Toys (Learning instruments, board games, sports gear, bicycles, scooters, dolls, video games, etc.) * Gifts (Books, perfume sets, watches, headphones, etc. for teens) * Shoes (Toddlers and adult sizes) * Decorations (Christmas trees, ornaments, wrapping paper, etc.)

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