Sanctuary of Hope - Los Angeles, CA

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PO Box 431038
Los Angeles, CA 90043
: 323-786-2413
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Description: Sanctuary of Hope provides transitional independent living to aged out foster youth or at-risk transitional age youth 18-24 in South Los Angeles.

Volunteers Requests by Sanctuary of Hope: Yes, we are always looking for volunteers to prepare evening meals to drop off for delivery or to have dinner with participants in our program. We also are looking for volunteers in the education field that help our young people with educational resources.

Donation Requests by Sanctuary of Hope: Financial gifts, canned goods, new utensils and appliance for young people moving into their apartments, clothing, towels, new under garments, socks, paper supplies, sanitary napkins, projector, paper goods, computers, cleaning goods, toilet paper, and other toiletries.

Shelter Information Last Update Date: 2020-02-01

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