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ORGANIZATION: Hunger Action Los Angeles


Volunteers needed on Wednesdays to deliver food bags to blind, senior, disabled, and other vulnerable populations during the Covid crisis. Our list currently has 140 deliveries on a weekly basis and increasing.
Volunteer drivers to meet at St. Mary's Church, 961 S Mariposa Ave. at 1 pm to collect and deliver bags of groceries or prepared meals. There are 140 addresses; each volunteer can select 1 to 8 addresses (Some streets have multiple deliveries on the same block.) The main delivery zip codes in LA are in South LA, Koreatown and south part of Downtown: 90003, 90006, 90007, 90008, 90011, 90016, 90018, 90037, 90043, 90044 and 90059. Deliveries are also made to Inglewood: Burbank: North Lawndale: Eagle Rock: and Bellflower: We very much need drivers currently in Hollywood (90038, 90046, 90029), Eagle Rock (90041 and 90065), Bellflower/Downey, and drivers who can be flexible and take any area assigned to them.

On delivery day, drivers arrive at St. Mary' and wait in the parking lot to receive their bags of food. Then the drivers call their customers and then drive the food bags to them. Maintaining safe distancing , leave the bag with the customer and collect the empty bag from the previous week, to return to headquarters the following week. After deliveries are made on Wednesday you do not have to return to base until next week.

Some volunteers also needed to help assemble the bags. These volunteers should arrive at St. Mary's at 8:30 am on Wednesdays and will work until 2 pm when all the drivers have arrived and collected their bags. We need more drivers than we do people to help assemble.

We provide documentation for those who need to show that they have volunteered.
COVID protocol is followed.

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About Hunger Action Los Angeles


961 S. Mariposa Ave. #205, Los Angeles, CA 90006, US

Mission Statement

Hunger Action Los Angeles (HALA) - works to end hunger through advocacy, education and direct services.


ANTI HUNGER EDUCATION AND ORGANIZING: HALA equips low income people, nonprofit organizations and other concerned Los Angeles County residents with the information and skills needed to advocate for effective anti-hunger legislation. In conjunction with the California Hunger Action Committee, HALA organizes Hunger Action Day in Sacramento, an event which brings 400 low income residents to the Capitol to passionately speak about their life experiences and encourage legislators to support policies that helps all Californians, including child nutrition, access to CalFresh benefits, and a fair state budget. HALA educates hundreds of participants in their own communities on legislation and community engagement.

MARKET MATCH BONUS PROGRAMS: Market Match makes fresh food affordable by doubling the purchasing power of individuals and families on government administered voucher or cash aid programs -CalFresh /Supplemental Security Income (SSI)/ Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)/Social Security and Women, Infants & Children (WIC)- at participating farmers’ markets. Eligible individuals receive $1 bonus coupons to match up to $10 of their own money or benefits. For example, an individual on SSI or SSDI can exchange $10 cash for 20 Market Match vouchers, enabling them to purchase $20 worth of produce. Vouchers can only be used to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables on the same day recipients receive it. The program has served over 3,000 residents and operates at 16 farmers markets in Los Angeles County.

PEOPLE’S GUIDE TO WELFARE, HEALTH AND OTHER SERVICES: In its 35 th print edition, the People’s Guide is the definitive social services booklet for professionals in the field, people in need of help, as well as those who simply want to assist their loved ones and neighbors. The 72 page guide provides up-to-date details on available government resources, how to obtain them, plus the rights and responsibilities of recipients in these programs. HALA took over publication in 2012 and prints the People’s Guides in English and Spanish.

FOOD JUSTICE NEWS/MEDIA: HALA utilizes multiple traditional and new media channels to highlight our mission and programs. To All Those Interested in Food and Justice, a weekly e-newsletter that delves into issues of hunger, food security, and the overall food system, reaches over 1000 subscribers. Our programs and events have received coverage by the Los Angeles Times, KPFK and other local media outlets.

OUR ALLIES: HALA collaborates with California Food Policy Advocates, Community Health Councils, Community Services Unlimited, LA Regional Food Bank, LA Community Action Network, Food Forward, Sustainable Economic Enterprises of Los Angeles, the Healthy Grocery Store Alliance, the LA Food Policy Council, SOVA Jewish Food Pantry, Project Chicken Soup, Healthy School Food Coalition, TELACU, WORKS, and numerous other organizations, promoting and supporting each others’ work and issues.


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961 S Mariposa Ave # 205Los AngelesLos Angeles, CA 90006



  • Supply Chain Logistics
  • Food Delivery / Distribution
  • Delivery
  • People Skills
  • Problem Solving




  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Bag assembly time 6 hours per week. Delivery driver time can be 2 to 5 hours per week depending on where the deliveries are made.
  • Valid CA drivers license for drivers.

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