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Adam G

Adam, a world traveler, lost everything in his bank account while being robbed at an ATM in Vietnam. After returning to The United States, he soon found himself living on the streets of Los Angeles.  Adam enrolled in Food on Foot’s Work for Food program and through hard work and dedication, received his Gray Shirt on April 10, 2016. “If you are willing to open your mind and look at the end picture, you would do anything to reach your end goal.” -Adam G.   Full Story

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David M

David M. quickly found himself living on the streets after moving to Los Angeles in order to try and reconnect with his biological parents.  Through Food on Foot, David has been able to gain the confidence needed to rebuild his life.  He received his Gray Shirt in August of 2015 and currently has a full-time job and an apartment. “This program helps me wake up every day and stay motivated. I have to set up my life in a positive way and FOF is helping me get back on my feet.” -David S.   Full Story

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Latoya P

Latoya is living proof that anyone can get the rug pulled out from under them and fall victim to homelessness.  We are so proud to announce that through Food on Foot, Latoya has worked tremendously hard and has recently become a Gray Shirt!   Full Story

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John W.

John graduated from our Work for Food program and is working in Venice at GHC Housing Partners. He's completely self-sufficient, off government assistance, and pays his own rent. We are so proud of our Work for Food program that turns tax burdens into tax payers. Full Story

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Max J.

Thanks to Dr. Robert Drosman DDS, Max graduated from our Work for Food program with a brand new smile! Max works at St. Felix in Hollywood and is living in his own apartment, is completely self-supporting, and continues to remain off all government assistance. We are so proud of our Work for Food program that turns tax burdens into tax payers. Full Story

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You helped us reach 1,000 Weeks. Now you can help us do more.

For 1,000 weeks we've been helping people get off the streets and into jobs. Now, we need your help to do more. Could you please give now to help us serve for 1,000 more weeks? Why should you give? Because of Cynthia. Cynthia has a PhD. Cynthia is homeless. She has a Bachelor's Degree in English as well as a PhD in English from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She taught English for four years at the Bachelor's level at Purdue University in Columbus, Indiana. Education doesn't save you. Homelessness could happen to you. How did ...

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