Soup Kitchen Los Angeles

Soup Kitchen Los Angeles

Welcome to Project Chicken Soup! Project Chicken Soup is a non-profit organization that prepares and delivers free, nutritious, kosher meals to people in the greater Los Angeles area living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other serious illnesses. These services are provided with love and compassion to all persons regardless of faith or religious belief. Project Chicken Soup provides nutritious food and comfort to make a difference in the lives of people in need, serving them with dignity and respect in a nurturing environment. We do this out of an abiding sense of love and justice, seeking to heal the world through service to humankind by providing nourishment and empowerment to those we serve. Cooking Calendar June 4th Support Us
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Soup Kitchen Los Angeles

Welcome to Project Chicken Soup! Project Chicken Soup is a non-profit organization that prepares and delivers free, nutritious, kosher meals to people in the greater Los Angeles area living with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other serious illnesses. These services are provided with love and compassion to all persons regardless of faith or religious belief. Project Chicken Soup provides nutritious food and comfort to make a difference in the lives of people in need, serving them with dignity and respect in a nurturing environment. We do this out of an abiding sense of love and justice, seeking to heal the world through service to humankind by providing nourishment and empowerment to those we serve.
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Soup Kitchen Los Angeles

Hospitality Free Kitchen – 6th St Los Angeles, CA 90021 614-9615The program provides emergency food for people who are in Los Angeles County, including people who are homeless or undocumented. Service includes a hot lunch. Children must be accompanied by an adult. There are no geographic restrictions. Call or walk in for volunteer opportunities; g See more details
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Soup Kitchen Los Angeles

Santa Monica, AZ 904046.95 miles from city center Los Angeles 828-6016Westside Food Bank is an independent, non-governmental, 501(c) non-profit corporation founded in 1981, which provides food to social service agencies on the Westside of Los Angeles County. Our food often enables low-income people to stay in their homes, deterring the problem of homelessness, beca
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Soup Kitchen Los Angeles

Los Angeles, CA 90021 614-9615The program provides emergency food for people who are in Los Angeles County, including people who are homeless or undocumented. Service includes a hot lunch. Children must be accompanied by an adult. There are no geographic restrictions. Call or walk in for volunteer opportunities; g
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Soup Kitchen Los Angeles

Lakewood, CA 9071221.69 miles from city center Los Angeles 283-1400Food Finders, Inc. is a multi-regional non-profit foodbank serving Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Our vision is to eliminate hunger and food waste, while improving nutition in the communities we serve.
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Soup Kitchen Los Angeles

Dream Catcher of Los Angeles Dream Catcher of Los Angeles is one of many local organizations that focus on horse therapy. The riding center works with children, adults and veterans with cognitive, physical and emotional disabilities, using equine therapy to improve the mind, body and spirit. Volunteers are needed in a variety of capacities, from providing horse lessons, caring for the horses, fundraising and organizational tasks. If you’re interested, there is a volunteer form available online. Read more
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Soup Kitchen Los Angeles

Westside Food Bank Santa Monica, AZ 904046.95 miles from city center Los Angeles 828-6016Westside Food Bank is an independent, non-governmental, 501(c) non-profit corporation founded in 1981, which provides food to social service agencies on the Westside of Los Angeles County. Our food often enables low-income people to stay in their homes, deterring the problem of homelessness, beca See more details
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Who we are… Since 1972, St. Francis Center has provided relief and support to homeless and extremely low-income individuals and families in Los Angeles. Much more than a soup kitchen or a food pantry, we offer a unique range of services to sustain and empower those in need. Welcoming all with joy, dignity and compassion, we dedicate ourselves every day to Serving Hope in our community. Join our team and serve up hope at St. Francis Center by donating or volunteering today.
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It is with profound sadness that we announce the loss of our dear, dear Mollie Pier who passed away on April 26, 2016. During her extraordinary life of nearly 96 years, Mollie touched the lives of many and was an inspiration to all who knew her. The world was a better place with Mollie in it, and we will miss her, but we hold our dear Mollie in our hearts and will remember her with love, always. Click here to read more about our dear Mollie Pier. If you wish to make a donation in Mollie’s name please click the “Donate Now” button or mail your donation to Project Chicken Soup, P.O. Box 480241, Los Angeles, CA 90048
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In Memoriam – Mollie Pier It is with profound sadness that we announce the loss of our dear, dear Mollie Pier who passed away on April 26, 2016. During her extraordinary life of nearly 96 years, Mollie touched the lives of many and was an inspiration to all who knew her. The world was a better place with Mollie in it, and we will miss her, but we hold our dear Mollie in our hearts and will remember her with love, always. Click here to read more about our dear Mollie Pier. If you wish to make a donation in Mollie’s name please click the “Donate Now” button or mail your donation to Project Chicken Soup, P.O. Box 480241, Los Angeles, CA 90048
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Bob Orr January 21, 2011 at 10:02 am (UTC -7) Link to this comment Reply I had the honor of working alongside other volunteers for the first time last Tuesday. I live near Detroit, Michigan and was visiting a friend in LA. We prepared a hardy lunch of lentil soup, salad, toasted bagels and chocolate milk. Doing a variety of tasks throughout the morning and circulating among the guests in the garden during lunch gave me a first look at the ministry of the soup kitchen. A visiting group from Seattle was doing pedicures. The presence of Dorthy Day could be felt in the camaradie of the volunteers. The picture of Fr. Dan Berrigan which greets volunteers reminded me of his joyful witness to the incarnation of peace and love in our troubled world. Thank you Catholic workers! You truly labor in the Lord’s vineyard.
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I had the honor of working alongside other volunteers for the first time last Tuesday. I live near Detroit, Michigan and was visiting a friend in LA. We prepared a hardy lunch of lentil soup, salad, toasted bagels and chocolate milk. Doing a variety of tasks throughout the morning and circulating among the guests in the garden during lunch gave me a first look at the ministry of the soup kitchen. A visiting group from Seattle was doing pedicures. The presence of Dorthy Day could be felt in the camaradie of the volunteers. The picture of Fr. Dan Berrigan which greets volunteers reminded me of his joyful witness to the incarnation of peace and love in our troubled world. Thank you Catholic workers! You truly labor in the Lord’s vineyard.
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L.A. is an amazing place, and we have lots of reasons to be thankful for living here. We also have a responsibility to take care of our city—its people, animals, trees, beaches and more. If you’re looking for ways to give back, volunteer opportunities in Los Angeles abound. Start your charity work by choosing from our list of some of the best places to volunteer, from Santa Monica to Downtown Los Angles and even in the SGV.
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Los Angeles, CA 90035 310-288-0286Food pantry on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays from 10am – 1:30pm. The pantry is also open the third Sunday of every month from 9am – 12 noon. Call for full details.
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No matter your age, APLA Health has a volunteer opportunity for you. Sure, you could just donate funds, but the AIDS organization relies on its volunteers, who contribute more than 65,000 hours of service each year. If you’re interested, you can choose between four types of volunteers: client access volunteer, food pantry volunteer, nutrition/administrative volunteer and a special events volunteer, like AIDS Walk Los Angeles. If you’re interested in learning more, email volunteer@apla.org, or apply online.
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Santa Monica, CA 904047.07 miles from city center Los Angeles 310-829-4411St Anne’s provides a food pantry on Tuesdays for the needy, supplying groceries. The hours are from 4pm – 5:30pm.
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Winnetka, CA 9130614.67 miles from city center Los Angeles 341-1629The program provides emergency food for low-income people who live in Canoga Park, Chatsworth, Granada Hills, Northridge, Reseda, Tarzana and Winnetka, including people who are homeless or undocumented. The program provides service on a limited basis for individuals or families who are experiencing
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Woodland Hills, CA 9136714.79 miles from city center Los Angeles 818 346-5554The West Valley Food Pantry is a coalition of ten members founded by the Prince of Peace Episcopal Church. Our volunteers serve about 2-1/2 hours, 1 day a month. They purchase or take delivery of food shipments, stock shelves, validate client eligibility, maintain distribution records, shop for spec
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The Fred Jordan Mission has provided food, clothing, blankets and other services to the homeless population of inner city Los Angeles for more than 50 years. Its Street Banquet on Skid Row offers a traditional turkey dinner to hundreds of the area’s homeless for Thanksgiving. FJM also hosts a Christmas Celebration, during which volunteers hand out food bags, toys and blankets—as well as sing carols—to more than 12,000 of downtown’s neediest. Volunteer opportunities are also available during Easter, Mother’s Day and back-to-school time. Check the Mission’s website to get involved. Note: The FJM is a religious organization and tends to hand out “food for the soul” (a.k.a. bibles) along with its “food for the body”—in case that sort of thing makes you uncomfy.