Power of a Shower is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that focuses on providing our houseless neighbors and those in need with access to a place to take care of their personal hygiene. Donated and retired commercial vehicles are transformed into mobile showers where our guests will have a place to use the restroom, take a shower, wash their hair and put on some clean clothes. All while listening to music, getting a haircut and color and other much needed added services.
8055 W. Manchester Ave, Suite 405
Playa del Rey, CA 90293
Westside Pacific Villages (WPV) is a grassroots, membership-based, and volunteer-driven non-profit that organizes a variety of connections, support, and events–empowering residents ages 55+ to better navigate the changes and opportunities that come
with living longer.
With the closure of many non-essential facilities (result of COVID-19), WPV has placed a heavier emphasis on: 1) increased phone communication, Call a Neighbor CAN Program, and (2) running errands, through contactless delivery services. In addition to weekly Friday meal deliveries, provided by WPV, sponsors, volunteers, and/or members in the community.
The food bank gathers in the parking lot
on Culver next to Tanners to distribute
bags of food.
8939 S. Sepulveda Blvd. Suite 326
Los Angeles, California 90045
Grass Roots Neighbors is a volunteer community organization. They meet the immediate needs of our neighbors experiencing food and housing insecurity. We mobilize to fill the gaps in existing services by providing assistance with love and respect.
Hours for donation drop offs are 12-1pm M-F
Volunteers can fill out the form on
the website if interested.
6804 Vista Del Mar Suite
Playa del Rey, CA 90293 grassrootsneighbors.org firstname.lastname@example.org
(424) 2O9 2777
The Friends of Ballona Wetlands mission is championing the restoration of Los Angeles’ last coastal wetland and empowering our diverse community through education, stewardship, and connection to nature.
We have rich educational content on our website for students, teachers, and parents under the Programs navigation item on our website. We also have virtual tours. Our most imperative action item right now is to ensure the state's restoration plan is implemented.
As soon as we have the go-ahead from LA County to resume programming, we will share on social media, in our newsletter, and website.
P.O. Box 5159
Playa del Rey, CA 90296
(310) 306 -5994
The Ballona Wetlands Restoration Committee is a founding member of a large coalition that in 2003 helped protect more than 600 acres of land in the Ballona Valley – much of it having been slated for development since the early 1970s. We now will continue to protect these lands – wetlands, prairie grasslands, wet meadows, seasonal ponds, salt pannes and so many more habitats that make up Ballona.
A new coalition of those committed to PROTECT the Ballona Wetlands and Wildlife from imminent threats of bulldozing and industrial habitat alteration.
Sierra Club Angeles Chapter
3250 Wilshire Blvd. #1106
Los Angeles, CA 90010