At Food on Foot, supporters like you fund our programs that help the homeless leave the streets.
With your help, our participants receive a full-time job and housing they can afford.
But most importantly, you help boost our homeless participant's confidence and self respect. Thank You!
We are so happy to announce that on Sunday, August 14th, Adam G. graduated our Work for Food program!
Throughout his time in the program, Adam G. reached substantial milestones including:
Showing up ...
When you're homeless, a lack of mobility, especially in LA, can mean missing out on the job interview that could turn your life around.
To make matters worse, many homeless people are so desperate for transportation, they risk receiving a heavy fine by sneaking onto buses and trains without buying a ticket.
Thanks to your support, we award monthly bus passes each week ($100 value) to the top workers in our program.
Would you like to see the difference you are making in homeless people's lives? You can volunteer on a ...
Do you know how many people you helped this week?
I bet it's more than you think.
From opening doors for strangers, helping a neighbor move furniture, or even lending an ear to a friend that needs advice, our world is filled with random acts of kindness.
And it's these types of positive actions that we instill onto our homeless participants.
Our homeless clients in the Work for Food program are required to perform a "Random Act of Kindness" every week.
In order to be accepted into the Work for Food program for the week, each participant must first help someone ...
Do you usually do something perfectly the first time?
Of course not! We all need second chances.
What does a second chance mean to you?
Maybe for you, a second chance is a way to fix the past and learn from your mistakes.
For a homeless person, a second chance means an opportunity to leave the streets and become a self-sustaining member of society.
Did you know that we feed up to 200 homeless people every Sunday?
Sign up to volunteer to help feed the homeless that desperately need your ...
If you had just met Adam, you would never tell that just a few days ago, he was homeless.
Walking down Sunset Boulevard in his newly coveted “Gray Shirt”, Adam walked with a sense of purpose and understanding. Today, he played the part of the mentor and leader – the type of person that everyone should know regardless of their current situation.
Surrounding him were four “Green Shirts” in Food on Foot’s Work for Food program. These people were homeless and were spending their Sunday picking up trash on the streets of Hollywood as a means to ...