3rd Annual Holiday/New Year Volunteer Lunch Service to the Homeless in the Skid Row Community
Please join fellow Harvard alums for the third year in a row for an afternoon of service this holiday season to prepare and serve lunch to the homeless in the Skid Row community in Downtown Los Angeles at the Midnight Mission. Let’s give back this holiday season. Limited to first 10 volunteers.
The Midnight Mission began in 1914 and is the oldest continuously operating human service organization in the Los Angeles region. The organization provides a variety of services to the homeless population, including, but not limited to, job education/training, personal hygiene needs, medical care and food. In 2014, the organization celebrated 100 years of continuous service.
Date: Friday, January 10, 2020
Time: 10:45 a.m. (we will meet at the security desk on the ground floor of the facility). Lunch Preparation and Service is from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Register: Please RSVP below. Limited to first 20 people to register!
Location: The Midnight Mission, 601 South San Pedro Street, LA, CA 90014
Parking: There is a secured underground parking structure for volunteers to use on the day of the event. Volunteers will be directed where to park at or near the entrance to the parking structure. Once you have parked, take the elevator to the ground floor.
Dress Code: Volunteers must wear t-shirts, long pants, closed toe rubber sole shoes and have his/her hair tied back (no dangly jewelry, shorts, tank tops, skirts or dresses).
Contact: Lisa M. Watanabe-Peagler at firstname.lastname@example.org
Waiver Forms & Donations: Lisa M. Watanabe-Peagler will contact each person who has RSVP’d for the event via email and send a link where he/she can access the waiver form that needs to be reviewed, signed and submitted ONLINE by each volunteer prior to the event. She will also send each attendee a list of items that he/she can donate to the organization on the day of the event (copy paper, bath towels, can openers, toilet paper, bottled water, etc.)