Give Thanks By Giving Back

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volunteersCosta Mesa, CA - The season of giving thanks has arrived! While most of us will be filling up on turkey and giving thanks for the various aspects of our personal lives, 1 in 6 Americans are struggling with hunger. Ayres always cares to bring attention to important matters, especially when they are occurring in our very own community. This year, fill yourself up with turkey and by giving back to our local community. If you are interested in helping those in need this season, there are plenty of ways to do so right here in the southland! Food banks are open and accepting donations throughout Southern California. You don't need to dig deep in your pockets to help the hungry; just in your pantry! Find out how you can donate or volunteer by clicking on each organization!

Someone Cares Kitchen 720 West 19th Street Costa Mesa, CA 92627 (949) 548-8861someonecareskitchen

Founded in 1986 by the warm heart of Merle Hatleberg, Someone Cares Soup Kitchen feeds approximately 300 people a day, 7 days a week. They serve the homeless, unemployed, developmentally disabled, physically disabled, working poor, senior citizens and children. Every Thanksgiving, Someone Cares Kitchen serves a warm Thanksgiving meal to thousands of those that may otherwise go without. Los Angeles Mission 303 East 5th Street Los Angeles, CA 90013 (213) 629-1227 On November 23rd the Los Angeles Mission will provide a Thanksgiving meal for the homeless. For 75 years, the Los Angeles Mission has served the people of Skid Row, providing emergency services such as shelter, food, clothing, as well as professional medical and dental services. In addition, the Los Angeles Mission also offers long-term residential rehabilitation programs including education, job training/placement, transitional housing and counseling. The Corona-Norco Rescue Mission 420 West Harrison Street Corona, CA 92880 (951) 371-7881dpt-thanksgiving-1 The Corona-Norco Rescue Mission is a transitional housing program helping the homeless. They provide food, shelter, clothing, education, job training, guidance, health care and more. The Rescue Mission also manages God's Kitchen which feeds the less fortunate every day.
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