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The Red Bag Special – TBA

People come together locally, nationally and globally to fight hunger and raise awareness to various causes that share in the same goal of helping people in need. Teams assemble and package red lunch bags filled with non-perishable items. The thought is not everyone has access to a refrigerator, stove or microwave. Plus they might want to save it for another day.

Hope Floats – Under Development

People who have broken through their own struggles and are a success- serve as Mentors to low-income families or anyone in search of inspiration and motivation on this harbor cruise in San Pedro Harbor.

Healthful Living Kits – TBA

Assemble hygiene kits products drive and assemble those products into Healthful Living Kits for distribution to needy families, children and the un sheltered homeless.

Dream Box – Program in Development

Millions of children grow up without a positive role model. Either the parent or parent(s) are too busy or they were never taught these skills. The role of the dream box is to inspire and encourage the child to strive for greatness, live to their full potential and the best in them.

Bringing Families Together Picnic – Program in Development

This program is aimed to bring together low-income families who experience social and health conditions that place them at risk for later academic,employment, and behavioral problems. The picnic provides education, and the tools to strengthen relationships through activities between parent and child.

A Dinner of Remembrance (Memorial Day) – Program in Development

Bringing families together who lost loved ones in war. The dinner offers support and friendship to those who share a similar loss, honoring those they lost through celebration of their life.

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