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Serve Our City

In the face of the unknown and the fear of what could be, we get to be the Church. Nothing can hinder us from being the tangible expression of the body of Christ.  You are a vital member of His body.  As the hands, feet, eyes, ears, and arms of Jesus, your participation is crucial for the health and well-being of Los Angeles.  Lean in. Right now. Let’s be the Church at Work.


Throughout Los Angeles, there are thousands at a point of crisis who desperately need help: children in foster care, elderly in isolation, survivors in recovery, and more.

CarePortal bridges your help during our crisis. Whether it’s a bunk bed or boys’ shoes, groceries or girls’ clothing, home repairs or home-cooked meals, YOU have a gift that will surely bless another in need.

CLICK HERE to SIGN UP:  Once registered, please check your email for next steps.


Family Rescue Center is in need of Volunteers and Food Donations in order to continue to serve over 500 families during this Crisis. By volunteering your time, we can meet the needs of hungry, low-income families, and the homeless in our community.

How you can help*: Sort food in the food pantry or volunteer as shoppers by taking donated money and purchase needed food items for the food pantry. 

*Volunteer opportunities require minimal to no contact.

Email for further information as to how to participate.


Claris Health provides medical care, counseling, education, and ongoing support for individuals and their families, before, during, and after pregnancy.  Through sexual and relational education, youth and young adults are empowered to critically navigate  sexual decisions, healthy relationships, dating, and the media’s influence.

How you can help*:  Donate Essential Items: Baby formula, diapers, wipes, children’s books, non-perishable food and hygiene items.

*Volunteer opportunities require minimal to no contact.

Email for further information as to how to participate.

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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.

How you can help*: Volunteer to help organize and distribute food as well as provide disaster preparedness information for families.

*Volunteer opportunities follow the city’s strictest safety guidelines.

Email for further information as to how to participate.