Upcoming Events

Calling all the foodies!

Have you ever wanted one of those one-of-kind food eating experiences? Glad you asked because on January 26, 2019 we will are inviting you to join us at Burgerim (2535 South Barrington Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90064) in West Los Angeles. The event will begin at 11:00 a.m and will continue on until 9:00 p.m. Burgerim serves an array of burger meats consisting of beef, turkey, salmon, aged beef, along with toppings that allows you to create a unique and custom burger according your specifications. So, not only do you create something for your palate but you help us in our work to impact the community around us. Please make a copy of the flyer posted below when you come in to purchase your food and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to us….Thanks!

On February 8, 2019, Dan Ige of Surf Ventures and a team from Venice Free Methodist Church will be reaching out to those in Santa Monica beach walk area near Bay Street with food and fellowship. We encounter the homeless but we also meet and greet out-of-town tourist that visit the area, along with residents and visitors. The event will begin at 9:00 a.m. (area is adjacent to the Shutter’s Restaurant) and provides a wonderful opportunity to feed and/or meet people that visit the area. Please contact Dan Ige (310-837-9318 if you have any questions.

Along the Santa Monica beach walk.

Project Connect – Westside Coalition

February 20, 2019, we, as part of the Westside Coalition will assist in the distribution of sleeping bags, food items, personal hygiene care to the homeless and economically at risk people in the Venice & Santa Monica areas. Buses are scheduled to pick up homeless individuals on that day from the Venice and Santa Monica areas and deliver them to the National Guard Armory (1300 Federal Avenue) in W.L.A. from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. for this event. In addition, a variety of non-profit agencies, mental health providers, CA DMV (I.D. cards), Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA), legal service groups and representatives from the faith based community will be there to assist as well. Project Connect is an ongoing quarterly effort by small business, local government, non-profit and religious organizations on the Westside to alleviate or meet the needs of the homeless and displaced population on the Westside.