Children's Hunger Fund
Has an extensive network of generous ministries, companies and individuals who help transform children's lives from hunger to hope. Volunteer for food packing and product sorting.
Contact: Liana Hofer
Community Pregnancy Clinic of Simi Valley
There are 4000 abortions done every day in the U.S. We believe there is a better solution and that education is an excellent means to making an informed decision when facing an unplanned pregnancy. Our facility is staffed by over 40 volunteers who give freely of their time and talents on a regular basis.
The Dream Center
The Dream Center provides food, clothing, shelter, rehabilitation, education and job training through over 100 ministries and outreaches. There are hundreds of opportunities from one hour to living on site.
Please call or go to their website.
Golden Heart Ranch
Golden Heart Ranch provides adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities opportunities to reach their fullest potentials and enjoy satisfying, joyful lives. Golden Heart Ranch is a community where young adults with I/DD learn, work and create lifelong friendships in a harmonious and caring environment that is emotionally and physically safe.
Hope of the Valley
Our vision is to tangibly demonstrate God’s love to the Hungry, Homeless and Hurting of the greater Los Angeles area by offering: Hope, Hot Meals, Housing, Health Services and Healing to those in need. Sylmar, Burbank, Granada Hills
Contact: Laurie Craft
Eyeglasses are scarce in developing nations because they cost too much for the average person - sometimes more than the average monthly income. In these areas there are few people qualified to diagnose eye problems and then provide the proper corrective lenses. In the last two years this ministry in Ethiopia, Uganda, Ensenada, Peru and downtown LA was able to reach over 2000 people who needed glasses. Future outreach opportunities include more mission trips to Downtown LA, Ensenada, Uganda and Ethiopia.
Los Angeles Mission
Serving the homeless living on the streets and on skid row. The mission offers emergency services including hot, nutritious meals, safe overnight shelter, showers, clean clothing, as well as professional medical and dental care. Volunteers provide food, clothing, administration and counseling services.
MEND (Meet Each Need with Dignity)
Our mission, as a volunteer-driven organization, is to provide services that meet the basic human needs of individuals who reside in the northeast San Fernando Valley. These services are provided in a manner that safeguards the dignity of all recipients. More than 5,000 hours are donated by volunteers from a broad range of backgrounds and income levels. Each person plays a vital role in meeting the mission of MEND, from the distribution of food and clothing, to assistance in job training and placement.
San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission
Volunteers bring essential services to every Rescue Mission Alliance outreach ministry. Each year, thousands of people offer their time, talent, and goodness of heart to outreach projects, to help make a difference in the lives of the hurting and the homeless. Opportunities are on-going, year-round, and constantly changing. At the San Fernando Valley Rescue Mission, there is a place for everyone with time to give.
Our facilities minister to those men who are caught up in the disease of addiction. Our treatment is three-fold: work therapy, counseling, and spiritual. We are rebuilding lives through developing discipline in all areas of their lives.
Contact: Mary Flandez
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Contact: Brian West
The Union Rescue Mission
We provide a comprehensive array of emergency and long-term services to our guests, including: food, shelter, clothing, medical and dental care, recovery programs, transitional housing, legal assistance, education, counseling, and job training to the needy. You can help serve meals (6-10 am; 11 am - 3 pm; 5-8 pm), give out clothing, do data entry, or dedicate a skill such as tutoring, hairstyling, or archiving.
Contact: Noel Russell
World Impact ministers to the whole person, while keeping its priority of evangelism and discipleship. In 1982, the Los Angeles Christian School was opened and Morning Star Ranch was acquired to disciple young men from the inner city. Work groups are needed to help us remodel and maintain our buildings. You can help if you have skills in plumbing, electrical, drywalling, painting, sewer repair, or roofing. We also accept help in the form of donations: new or used vehicles in reliable-good condition, and appliances in good working condition.
We believe in the power of presence. Kids’ lives are dramatically impacted when caring adults come alongside them, sharing God’s love with them. Because their leader believes in them, they begin to see that their lives have great worth, meaning and purpose.
Niccole "Baldi" Ryan
Global Ministries Pastor
Church at Rocky Peak