Dec 2020: Please Help! Hygiene Products Needed!

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Awareness and education are the first steps toward comprehending and taking action to solve any crisis. Homelessness, food scarcity, and environmental issues are no different. Together, as a united community, we become strong, mobilized and able to make a difference.


Food Scarcity

In the United States, over 40 million people struggled with food scarcity in 2017, and 45 million Americans relied on food stamps in order to eat. In 2018, 1 in 9 individuals were food insecure. Overall, more than half of food-insecure households rely on a federal food program for assistance.

The United Outreach Foundation will be holding food drives with your help to support our local homeless shelters and battered women homes. There are far too many people going hungry in local communities, despite the abundance of food.


In the United States, there are approximately 1.5 million homeless children alone, before factoring in homeless adults. Most homeless children are between the ages of 10-11, or 16-17. Many of these homeless youth are LGBT, and/or have had their entire family become homeless due to opioid abuse. Considering there are over 59,000 homeless in LA County as of 2019, and youth existing among them, those more fortunate must be able to assist. The issue is simply too pressing. Through our partnership with My Friend’s Place, as well as other homeless shelters in Los Angeles, we hope to help mend the homeless tragedy.

Beach Preservation

It’s no secret that some beaches are filled with trash. It’s also no secret that Los Angeles beaches are some of the worst in the world in terms of cleanliness. Right now, Los Angeles County has two trash nets set up, in order to collect incoming trash that would otherwise flow into the Pacific Ocean, and each year these nets capture approximately 200 tons of material each year. However, there is little being done to prevent trash from going into the ocean through our beaches.

Join us in preserving our local beaches and oceans, so that we can make the world a little bit cleaner. To receive the latest information on our events, sign up below!


Keep it Brief!

Underwear Drive
All donations go to homeless youth shelters!

March 15, 2020 to March 27th, 2020

New Underwear Desperately Needed

All Sizes

Heal the Bay

April 18th 10AM - 12PM
Nothin' But Sand Beach Cleanup

Santa Monica Pier

301 Santa Monica Pier (Near Lifeguard Tower 1550) Santa Monica, CA 90401 United States

Earth Day LA

April 22nd 9AM - 2PM

Grand Park

317 S. Broadway Los Angeles, CA 90013

Heal the Bay

November 21st 10AM - 12PM
Nothin' But Sand Beach Cleanup

Topanga State Beach

18700 Pacific Coast Hwy Malibu, 90265 United States

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