Hope And A Helping Hand

These are tough economic times and many families are just barely able to make ends meet. This includes many working families, often times referred to as the working poor.

One of our main goals is to reduce homelessness by helping families remain in their homes by providing food/clothing so they can use their limited financial resources for rent, utilities, etc.

Services We Provide

We provide food, clothing, haircuts, tutoring and support services depending on the location. Find more about our services here.

Walk-In Food Services & Home Delivery

Our food service is available twice per month. For clients who are unable to travel to our facilities because of transportation or physical challenges, we offer local home food delivery.

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Clothing Services

Gently used clothing is available for our clients and their families once per month. We are open to the public on Wednesday & Thursday evenings from 5 – 7 pm for clothing services.

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Haircut Services

We have licensed beauticians who provide ‘free’ dry haircuts to our clients on a first come, first served basis on the first and third weeks of the month.

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Support Services

We have volunteers on-hand to meet with clients one-on-one in a semi-private environment to discuss their needs and offer whatever assistance beyond food and clothing.

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Children’s Reading & Math Tutoring Program

Tutoring is provided weekly throughout the school year by dedicated volunteers to help each child improve their skills.

Visit Us At One of Our Locations

We have three locations to serve the community—Glendora, Irwindale and Baldwin Park. Find a location near you.

We have events for raising funds, food and clothing, a holiday toy store for clients and more throughout the year.
Learn more about past and upcoming events.

SAVE THE DATE!

The Event

June 8, 2019

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