NGA Hancock Park’s mission is to improve the quality of life for economically disadvantaged individuals in our community by collecting, purchasing, and distributing new clothes, linens and personal care items. Funds raised at our annual fundraiser are used to fulfill personalized wish lists from eight local agencies:
Alexandria House is a nonprofit transitional residence and house of hospitality providing safe and supportive housing for women and children in the process of moving from emergency shelter to permanent housing.
Aviva believes every child and every family in our Los Angeles community deserves the chance for a brighter future. Aviva provides compassionate support, therapeutic services, and guidance to at-risk children and families.
Good Shepherd Shelter’s mission is to stop the generational cycle of domestic violence by providing individualized, comprehensive services and shelter to battered women and their children and by raising the level of community awareness through advocacy and education.
Imagine LA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending the cycle of family homelessness, poverty and neglect by training and guiding volunteer mentor teams to help families go from barely surviving to thriving.
McIntyre House offers a unique, challenging and highly effective rehabilitative experience for men seeking recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction.
Students 4 Students serves homeless college students from area schools through their Bruin Shelter and Trojan Shelter, run by UCLA and USC students, providing basic needs and connecting them to resources to finalize post-shelter housing plans and a path to graduation.
Operation School Bell (Assistance League of Los Angeles) provides appropriate school clothing to Los Angeles Unified School District children from impoverished circumstances to promote learning, improve school attendance, and enhance self-esteem.
Uplift Family Services-Hollygrove is a comprehensive mental health treatment program that offers hope to individuals and families experiencing great difficulties. As a pioneer in the Wraparound philosophy, Uplift believes the most effective form of care for children, youth and their families is based in the community, where they can build upon a foundation of support.
and Pam Levine
and Kathleen Macomber