Union Station Homeless Services
The Union Station Homeless Services is a local organization that was established in 1973 for the then blighted downtown district of Pasadena. Today they have multiple locations that work with single homeless adults, and families with children. Helping them navigate community-based services such as housing, employment, medical and mental health, education, and benefits enrollment. They also have volunteer programs that allow individuals, families, civic groups, church groups and others who have a desire to help the homeless in practical ways. One of them is through the Adopt-A-Meal program, where a group of six to ten people agree to provide and prepare a meal in their onsite commercial kitchen, serve the meal and clean up afterward. This would take place once a month for a twelve month period.
We are looking for approximately 15-20 people who would be willing to make a once a month commitment or an every other month commitment for the next twelve months.
You can talk to me (Stefan Knauss) on Sunday mornings or email. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information regarding this organization, you can access their site at www.unionstationhs.org.
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