We Travel Directly to Locations with the Most Homeless and At-Risk People Who Are Not Able to Travel to Other Services
October 31, 2021
This Sunday morning of Halloween our volunteers gathered to organize and share essential goods with homeless people throughout Los Angeles. We celebrated by taking food, water, blankets, and more directly to the people that need it most. 15 boxes of soap, roughly 47 pounds of high-quality clothing and blankets, and more were distributed.
November 16, 2021
Clothing donations including socks, blankets, masks and other personal protective products like hand sanitzers and soaps were distributed in Orange County and Los Angeles County to groups and individuals we found in Santa Ana, Buena Park, Norwalk, and Whittier before we visited Los Angeles in the afternoon.
December 4, 2021
Our volunteers delivered 37 packages of essential goods to 157 homeless people living in Los Angeles’s most impacted areas (freeway encampments beneath the 405 and 10 freeways, isolated nooks and crannies of Skid Row, and more).
January 2, 2022
2022 began with our most successful giveaway to date. 13 volunteers from Find Homeless People
met to distribute an entire pallet of food and supplies to the homeless people of an isolated portion of Skid Row Los Angeles.
That day we assisted more than 200 people, providing food and hygiene supplies including soap,
sanitizing solutions, and more. The team logged more than 100 hours of combined service in Los Angeles to start the New Year with many more of these outings to come.
January 11, 2022
During their visit to Skid Row, our volunteers noticed a long row of tents packed tightly together along the sidewalks just outside the Los Angeles Veterans Association.
These are primarily homeless veterans that cannot receive traditional government support, but they deserve our help for their service. Our volunteers were aided by Mary’s Kitchen in Orange, CA which provided bottled water for the veterans.
January 18, 2022
Los Angeles and Orange County’s youth make up a great portion of at-risk individuals that often go unmentioned while under-served.
We have provided 20 boxes of packaged foods and 10 boxes of pencils, pens, and other office supplies to the City of Tustin, CA Youth Center to help schedule more educational activities with improved snack options.
February 6, 2022
Volunteers returned to Skid Row, before visiting Venice Beach and other freeway encampments to pass out more sack lunches, hygiene kits, socks, blankets, and other supplies.
30 additional boxes of soap were provided by Save the Children for these outings.