Personal necessity giving
A family of four making $23,492 a year or an individual making $11,720 a year is considered to be living in poverty. While many of these families utilize the resources of food pantries and shelters, these resources often lack the ability to provide families and individuals with everyday personal necessities. Mothers Helping Others partners with food pantries across LA County to provide necessary personal and household items to these front-line service providers. Each month Mothers Helping Others chooses a local Los Angeles Food Pantry and brings everyday toiletry items for the people served by that organization. These items consist of, but are not limited too:
Household cleaning products
And much more…
Mothers Helping Others currently is able to service one Food Pantry a month. It is our hope that by the end of 2014 we can service four Food Pantries a month.
PLEASE NOTE THAT IN ORDER TO QUALIFY AND PARTICIPATE IN ANY OF OUR PROGRAMS YOU MUST BE AT LEAST 18 YRS OF AGE.