Help Day @ Safe Place for Youth - Kids Welcome!

Notice: this event has been cancelled by S.P.Y. due to safety concerns.  We will reach out with a rescheduled event soon. 

Family-friendly volunteer opportunity!
Join SALA volunteers at this amazing drop-in center, where we'll get to helping on one of the many projects that need doing: repainting walls, re-organizing their clothing supplies, restocking the SPY toiletry closet, etc. Hundreds of youth come through their doors each week looking for basic necessities and support.

We've worked with them on a number of item drives and the youth homelessness count, and are joining the SPY team as regular lunch sponsors. Our last Help Day was a lot of fun and super effective. They're so happy to have us back!
Please RSVP to let us know if you can join us.
On the day of, street parking is available on Garfield Ave, then walk up the driveway off Garfield and ring the bell for entry. There are no clients on site on weekends, so this event is open to adults and supervised kids of all ages.


Safe Place for Youth was founded in 2011 by a group of dedicated volunteers and Founder/Executive Director Alison Hurst, offering hot food, clothing and socks to homeless youth in Venice Beach from their cars. They prioritize low barriers for entry, harm-reduction, a trauma-informed approach, and the provision of a safe, supportive environment, offering a continuum of care that includes street outreach, drop-in services, case management, health and wellness, and education and employment programs. 

July 01, 2018 at 11am - 1pm
Safe Place for Youth
2469 Lincoln Blvd
Venice, CA 90291
United States
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Amy Boyle · · 213-804-8629
Amy C Mollie Knute Ash Gernak Helena Ramirez-Watson

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