Over $267 Million in Donated Products Distributed in Los Angeles County

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Shelter Partnership Update

For over 30 years Shelter Partnership has provided new donated goods to an established network of over 273 non-profit agencies serving the homeless in Los Angeles County. This experience enables Shelter Partnership to accept donations of new products and get them to where they are needed most. Shelter Partnership is responding to the current crisis by providing essential supplies like emergency blankets, diapers, and socks to its network of agencies.

Current immediate needs include: facemasks, disposable gloves, liquid soap, cleaning wipes, facial tissue, and toilet paper. Other needs  include: new dressers, bedding items, toothbrushes, toothpaste, deodorant, baby wipes, shampoo, new underwear, and new men’s and boy’s clothing. Please contact Jennifer Marquez, Senior Director of Product Donations at jmarquez@shelterpartnership.org

Shelter Partnership upcycles products that might end up in landfills and distributes them at no cost to shelters, schools, and agencies serving people experiencing poverty. Repurposing items that are no longer useful to a company gives the product a second life.

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  • Product Donation Distribution

    • The S. Mark Taper Foundation Shelter Resource Bank is one of the largest basic need distribution projects in the Nation. The project distributes large-scale donations to thousands of people in need via our network of community partners throughout Los Angeles County. Since 1989, we have given over $267 million to people in need via our network of community partners and homeless service providers.

       

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  • Planning and Policy

    • LA County has one of the highest rates of homelessness in the nation, and effective policy, multi-agency collaboration, and a systems change approach is needed to reverse his trend. Shelter Partnership addresses homelessness by building the capacity of community-based agencies, developing resources for affordable housing, and providing housing policy expertise to state and local government.

       

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