Serve our city

In the face of the unknown and the fear of what could be, we get to be the Church. We get to be the tangible expression of the body of Christ as the hands, feet, eyes, ears, and arms of Jesus. You are a vital member of the body of Christ. In such uncertain times as these, your participation is crucial for the health and well-being of our city.

Lean in. Right now. Let's be the Church at Work.

DISTRIBUTE FOOD | Los Angeles Unified School District

LAUSD enrolls about more than half a million students in kindergarten through 12th grade. 80% of these students rely on free or reduced-price lunches and are greatly impacted by the school closures. Volunteers will help to organize and distribute food as well as provide disaster preparedness information for families. Volunteers may choose the shift and location at which they would like to serve.

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Family Rescue Center serves over 4,000 individuals (including the elderly) experiencing homelessness and/or low-income employment. These individuals and families at risk are further impacted by job loss and school closures at this time. You may drop-off donations at the center's door to avoid contact: 22103 Vanowen St. Canoga Park, 91303 | Monday-Friday, 9a-1p. Recommended Items: beans, rice, cereal. pasta, pasta sauce, peanut butter, bread, mac & cheese, tuna, and baby formula, food, diapers and wipes.

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DONATE BLOOD | American Red Cross

The American Red Cross now faces a severe blood shortage due to an unprecedented number of blood drive cancellations. Further, the largest donor population consists of senior citizens who are now strictly advised to stay home. While elective surgeries have been postponed due to these shortages, high-risk patients receiving cancer treatments and trauma-related emergency surgeries are in great need of help. 

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