Address:2609 Lincoln AveAltadena, CA 91001Map & Directions
Services: The agency provides personal goods for anyone in need in Altadena. Services include bedding/linen, clothing and toys/toy loan. The program provides clothing for men, women and children. Sizes and styles depends on donations. Bedding, linen and toys are also provided, based on availability. There are no geographic restrictions.
Hours: Thursday, 9:00am to 12:00 noon.
Eligibility: Call to apply for service.
Address:445 Towne AveLos Angeles, CA 90013Map & Directions
Services: The program provides personal goods to people in the Skid Row area, including people who are undocumented. Service includes used clothing and diapers. Diapers are provided based on donation. Services are targeted, but not restricted, to homeless men and families with children who live in the Skid Row area of downtown Los Angeles. Attendance at a religious service is required. There are no geographic restrictions.
Hours: Monday through Sunday, 8:00am to 8:00pm.
Eligibility: Walk in for Service.
Address:1304 W Burbank BlvdBurbank, CA 91506Map & Directions
Services: The program provides emergency food for people who live in Burbank, including people who are homeless or undocumented. Assistance consists of groceries. The contents may vary, but usually include items such as canned goods, bread, rice, and dry milk; the amount of food varies with family size and usually is enough to three to five days. Baby food, infant formula and diapers are often available. People may be assisted six times per year. Services are restricted to Burbank residents.
The program also provides sack lunches five days per week for people who are homeless in Burbank.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 5:00pm; closed 12:00pm to 1:30pm.
Eligibility: Call or walk in for service. Applicants are interviewed in person to determine eligibility.
Documents To Bring: ID, proof of residence and proof of income are required.
ID is not required for sack lunches.
Address:636 E San Bernardino RdCovina, CA 91723Map & Directions
Services: The program provides personal goods for families in crisis, school children and for victims of sexual assault through three programs. Services include clothes, school clothes and shoes. Geographic restrictions may apply to some services.
The Operation School Bell program provides school clothing and shoes for school-age children, grades K through 5, who attend schools in the West Covina, Covina Valley, Azusa and Charter Oak School Districts. Most children are referred by school personnel.
The Assault Survivor Kits(ASK) program provides clothing and hygiene items to the victims of rape and assault and is distributed through Project Sister, a non-profit agency located in Pomona. See the separate entry.
AL Outreach program, in partnership with several local non-profit agencies, provides quality used articles of clothing from the Thrift Shop for families in crisis.
Hours: Hours vary; call for information.
Eligibility: Call for an appointment for the ASK or the AL outreach program. Operation School Bell may FAX or mail a clothing request form which is provided by the school nurse or school administrator.
Address:9901 Tujunga Canyon BlvdTujunga, CA 91042Map & Directions
Services: The program provides emergency food for people in La Crescenta, Lake View Terrace, Montrose, Sunland and Tujunga, including people who are undocumented, who are homeless or who receive government assistance. The service area is restricted to the above communities and does not include Sun Valley.
The church provides bags of groceries which include bread, peanut butter, canned food, packaged dried goods and staples. Baby food, infant formula and powdered milk are occasionally available. The amount of food varies with family size but is enough to last approximately three days. People are eligible for assistance once every month. Diapers are occasionally available for food recipients. People are provided three diapers at a time and can apply for this assistance every month. Services are restricted to La Crescenta, Lake View Terrace, Montrose, Sunland and Tujunga residents.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday, 11:00am to 1:00pm; 4th Saturday, 10:00am to 12:00pm
Eligibility: Walk in to apply for service.
Documents To Bring: Picture ID for all adults, proof of residence if not current on ID, and ID for all children are required.
Address:1350 E Arrow HwyLa Verne, CA 91750Map & Directions
Services: This agency provides food, diapers, and essential services through the food pantry program
Hours: Mon:7:30am-4:30pm, Tue:7:30am-4:30pm, Wed:7:30am-4:30pm, Thu:7:30am-4:30pm, Fri:7:30am-4:30pm,
Address:4141 Katella AveLos Alamitos, CA 90720Map & Directions
Services: The agency provides personal goods to individuals and families who live in the Los Angeles County area. Services include clothing, clothing donation programs, and diapers. There are no geographic restrictions.
The agency provides clothing for men, women, teens, children and babies. Clothing is available by appointment only.
The agency also accepts donations for clothing.
Hours: Office hours are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, 9:00am to 4:00pm; Sunday, 9:00am to 12:00 noon.
Documents To Bring: Call to apply. An appointment is required. A valid photo ID, birth certificates for all children and proof of residents are required.
Address:20830 Vermont AveTorrance, CA 90502Map & Directions
Services: The program provides clothing to families with children in the South Bay area schools. The amount of clothing varies. On occasion, furniture and other forms of assistance may be available.
Hours: Monday through Friday, 9:00am until clothes are gone. The amount of clothing varies.
Documents To Bring: Call for information or walk in for service. ID is required as well as proof of residence.
Address:14603 Hamlin StVan Nuys, CA 91411Map & Directions
Services: The agency provides personal goods for school children who live in the San Fernando Valley. The Centre Clothes Corner provides needed school clothing for children. Children must be referred by a school nurse or other school staff for service. Services are restricted to San Fernando Valley residents.
Hours: Tuesday through Thursday, 9:30am to 12:00pm; September through June only.
Eligibility: Call for information or to make an appointment. A referral from a school official is required.
Address:16439 Vanowen StVan Nuys, CA 91406Map & Directions
Services: The program provides emergency food assistance for people with low income, who live in or near West Hollywood, West Los Angeles, and in the San Fernando Valley. Services include formula/baby food, occasional emergency food assistance, and ongoing emergency food assistance. The agency serves anyone, including people who are undocumented, homeless or who receive public assistance. Services are targeted, but not restricted to West Hollywood, West Los Angeles, and San Fernando Valley residents. There are no geographic restrictions.
Emergency food includes a four to five day supply of canned and packaged food, bread, produce, and often, meat and dairy. Kosher, vegetarian, low salt and low sugar foods are available for those who request them. Formula and baby food are sometimes available.
Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, 10:00am to 1:30pm; second and fourth Sunday, 9:00am to 12:00 noon. First time clients must be at the food pantry half an hour before opening.
Eligibility: Low income or anyone in need of assistance.
Documents To Bring: First time applicants should arrive half an hour before the pantry opens. Bring an official picture ID for all adult family members; birth certificates are required for children.