Twenty team members helped out residents Saturday. More than 50 are expected on Sunday.
As members of the military veterans relief group Team Rubicon left Los Angeles for the Philippines Tuesday, local residents returned home from the devastation of Typhoon Haiyan.
A group of more than a dozen local volunteers, mostly military veterans, are scheduled to land in the Philippines Monday to aid with search-and-rescue efforts in the typhoon-ravaged country.
A group known as Team Rubicon started as an idea by two former Marines who wanted to help with relief efforts in earthquake-ravaged Haiti in January 2010.
A relief group based in Inglewood is already on the ground in New York and New Jersey helping out the residents affected by Superstorm Sandy. Team Rubicon is a group of young veterans who help those in need when natural disasters strike.