Los Angeles Mission
The Los Angeles Mission’s annual Easter Event was underway Friday.
Volunteers and celebrities Wednesday served approximately 4,000 Christmas Eve meals to the homeless at the Los Angeles Mission.
Hundreds of volunteers and celebrities Tuesday helped served meals and distributed toys at the Los Angeles Mission Christmas Eve celebration.
More than 3,500 meals will be served Wednesday at the Los Angeles Mission’s annual Thanksgiving event.
The 12th Annual Skid Row Career Fair will be held from 9 a.m. to noon at the mission, located at 303 E. Fifth Street, in downtown Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Mission is holding their annual Easter event on Good Friday in downtown.
The Los Angeles Mission is prepping Monday morning to serve 4,000 meals to those in need of a Christmas feast.
The Los Angeles Mission, 303 E. Fifth Street, celebrated its 76th year providing more than 3,500 meals for the city’s homeless Wednesday.
This time of year brings families together to celebrate, but not everyone is so lucky as to be able to celebrate this season. From hygiene items to warm clothes and food, the area’s homeless, needy and transient families struggle this time of year. If you would like to donate your services or a make a contribution to one of the following well-respected and organized holiday helpers, they are registering volunteers now. These organizations have a long history of matching giving volunteers to assignments that greatly benefit the surrounding Los Angeles area and bring even more warmth to families during the holidays.
Food preparations began early Friday morning for the Los Angeles Mission’s annual Easter Event at the Los Angeles Mission.
Holiday goodwill is abundant at the The Los Angeles Mission as they plan to serve 4,000 Christmas meals to the homeless and less fortunate Friday.
Kirk and Anne Douglas are among the celebrities celebrating the Los Angeles Mission’s 75th anniversary hosting a Thanksgiving dinner for the homeless on Skid Row.
Volunteers at the Los Angeles Mission are serving up hot breakfast, as well as full Thanksgiving meals, to thousands of families in need Wednesday.
Whether you believe in karma or not, paying-it-forward is good for your community and good for your health. LA is full of volunteering opportunities and we’ve got your list to help you get involved!