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How you can help during this COVID-19 crisis

As you can imagine, we have many urgent needs in the South Bay due to the COVID-19 crisis, including a critical shortage of food and other essential items for the most vulnerable members of our community. Journey of Faith is working closely with our community leaders and nonprofit partners to identify and meet these needs as they arise, but we need your help! Browse below to see how you can make a difference.

Back-to-School Drive

September 27 | 10am-4pm
MB Campus

This back-to-school season looks very different for everyone. However, our local students are in need of support this Fall when it comes to school supplies, workspaces, and even snacks. A lot of these kids aren’t set up for success this year, which is where you come in.

We’re calling on our Journey Family to donate the necessary school supplies so that our neighbors can have a positive and fruitful school year. Your generous donations will truly make a difference during this back-to-school season.

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Donate Essential Items

Donate essential items right to our Journey Ministry Partners instead of dropping things off with us on campus!

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Support our local and inner-city partners as they respond to COVID-19

Red Cross | Support Wildfire Relief in Northern California

Red Cross needs volunteers to support wildfire relief in northern California. If you are in good health and willing to deploy for a period of up to fourteen days to support the many shelters and evacuation sites open in Northern California, we urge you to start your training today in one of two types of volunteer roles: Shelter Services and Disaster Health Services.

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Union Rescue Mission | Support kitchen staff to provide 3,000 meals a day

Located in the heart of Skid Row, Union Rescue Mission is a refuge of help and hope. A safe haven where men, women, and children can get the guidance and support they need to live a life transformed.

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CASA | Become an advocate for a child in foster care

CASA volunteers are trained and supported to promote the best interests of children who have been removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect. They have the opportunity to improve the life of a child by advocating for the services and support that all children need: a permanent home, education, and healthcare.

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Project Ropa | Help with sorting clothes, donations, etc.

Project Ropa helps restore dignity, rekindle optimism and empower lives by bringing clean clothing and access to other hygiene services directly to our homeless neighbors through impactful local partnerships.

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Community’s Child | Deliver groceries to those in need

Community’s Child is seeking a few volunteers to deliver groceries to senior citizens every Tuesday. We need individuals or teams of two to assist us with picking up the bags of food, loading them into your vehicle, unloading them and delivering to the seniors at their homes. This is a weekly opportunity and we are seeking volunteers who can make a 3- to 6-month weekly commitment. Must have a good driving record and must clear a background check. Must be able to lift and carry bags of groceries. Up to 2 hours per week. For an opportunity to volunteer, please contact Program Director Dede Ornelas at

Community’s Child | Food pantry help

Thursdays 9-10 am for set up of produce receipt

Fridays 9:30-12:30 & 1-3 food distribution help

On-call 7:30 am Tuesday & Friday Food4Less Pickups.

If you can help, contact Irma at

Still Have Questions?

We’d love to answer any questions you might have.