We thank you for your interest in our organization and willingness to support the healthcare community in Los Angeles!


While receiving healthcare treatment is a vital part of a person’s health, the impact of social determinants of health cannot be understated. These socioeconomic factors often ultimately determine people’s health outcomes. With the closure of businesses in response to mitigating the spread of COVID-19, many Los Angelenos are finding themselves without work or income.


Below is a list of some local community organizations who are serving the most vulnerable populations in LA. If you are considering making a donation, we encourage you to direct any monetary and in-kind gifts to the organizations listed here:

St. Francis Center LA (SFCLA)

St. Francis Center provides hunger relief and comprehensive services for homeless and extremely low­-income families and individuals in greater Los Angeles. 



To make monetary donations, click the “Donate Now” button at the top right of the SFCLA website.

In-Kind Donations: In-Kind donations can be dropped off at their building (1835 S. Hope St, Los Angeles, CA 90015)

Current high priority items include:

·      Small sandwich bags & gallon size Ziplock bags

·      Diapers

·      New and gently used children’s clothing & shoes, and baby wipes

·      Blankets, shower supplies, household items

·      New underwear and socks

Midnight Mission

Midnight Mission seeks to provide a bridge to self-sufficiency for people experiencing homelessness. This includes providing necessities such as medical care, personal hygiene needs, food, shelter, and clothing.



Monetary donations can be made through their website under the “Give” button at the top of the page

In-Kind donations: In-Kind donations can be dropped off at their location in Downtown Los Angeles (601 South San Pedro St, Los Angeles, CA 90014)

Current high priority items include:

·      Non-perishable food items

·      Bottled water

·      Toiletry items for hygiene kits

·      Diapers

·      Other household goods

·      Clothing in new or good condition


Coalition for Human Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA)

CHIRLA aims to achieve a just society fully inclusive of immigrants. During the COVID-19 crisis, CHIRLA is offering support for all immigrants, regardless of immigration status, seeking healthcare, particularly if they have concerns for Coronavirus. CHIRLA offers a free hotline for people to call so they can be referred to trusted partners for help.




Monetary donations can be made through their website listed above

Please note that our services are not provided by or endorsed by USC or the Keck School of Medicine

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