• THE STREETS ARE NO PLACE TO LIVE

  • The status quo can no longer stand. We, the people of Los Angeles must collectively and continuously demand the City, our representatives, to provide safe, thoughtful, humane, and community suitable temporary shelter for our fellow Angelenos who are currently living on our streets. The streets are no place to live. We can do better, for all Angelenos, beginning with those most vulnerable

  • DEMAND IMMEDIATE ACTION 

    The number of unsheltered homeless men, women and children living in the streets of the City of Los Angeles has reached a humanitarian crisis level.

     

    Between 2016 and 2017, the number of Los Angeles residents who have fallen into homelessness has increased by 20 percent to a reported 34,189 individuals. To continue to look the other way and to ignore the City’s homelessness crisis is neither morally acceptable, nor financially sound, nor sustainable on the road towards ensuring the long-term success of our city.

     

    The City must act now to protect the well-being, health, safety, and accessibility of all Angelenos, both housed and unsheltered alike.   

     

    SIGN THE PETITION

     

    Furthermore, to address this problem, we personally pledge to engage our local community to generate suggestions and buy-in while offering our time, resources, and dedication as volunteers to make these ideas actionable.  As citizens, we ask that city officials explore avenues for greater transparency and communication so that we can work efficiently together, towards this shared goal.  

     

    SHARE this with your friends, family, coworkers, colleagues, students, employees, congregation, and community.   Our Mayor and City Council must know who much we all agree. 

    LOS ANGELES 2018 STATE OF THE CITY

    Watch Mayor Garcetti deliver the Los Angeles State of the City 2018 address and Call to Action

    FACT SHEETS

    Where does your community stand? Find detailed breakdowns by geographic area based on the results of the Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA)

     

    REPORT ON ENCAMPMENTS

    The current proliferation of homeless encampments is causing a number of challenges including increased health and safety risks, accessibility challenges and reduced quality of life for both homeless residents and the general public. Read the report written by City Controller Ron Galperin.

     

    WHO WE ARE?
    A MOVE FOR LIFE  

    We are a non-profit dedicated to inspiring community, service, and the joy of giving.  Our mission has always been about creating meaningful connections and sparking desires to affect change. In the past we have done that strictly through events. 

    In our new chapter, we see the dire need for the addition of innovative programming that directly affects and addresses relevant social needs.

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