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Union Rescue Mission

Union Rescue Mission provides life-transforming programs to end homelessness for men, women, children and families throughout Los Angeles County.

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  • CONNECT ·2020 Grants Challenge

    Every Child & Family Off the Streets

    This project will connect families experiencing homelessness to housing and will inspire Angelenos to help get every family off the streets of Los Angeles. Activities will connect families to housing and services. It will aim to encourage Angelenos to volunteer and become active participants in the fight to end homelessness. We believe that together we can transform lives and help make LA the best place to connect, live, and raise a family.

  • CONNECT ·2019 Grants Challenge
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    🎉 Finalist

    Every Family Off the Streets

    We will connect families to housing and services and motivate Angelenos to get every family off the streets of Los Angeles. This project will connect 1,500 families experiencing homelessness to housing and services. It will empower 35,000 Angelenos to volunteer and become active participants in the fight to end homelessness. We believe that together we can transform lives and help make LA the best place to connect.

  • LIVE ·2016 Grants Challenge

    A Way Home for Women & Children

    Help us provide a way home for women and children experiencing homelessness on the streets of Los Angeles.

  • CREATE ·2015 Grants Challenge

    Building a Better LA - Helping to End Skid Row through Jobs

    At Union Rescue Mission, we propose that jobs are the first step to financial stability for those experiencing homelessness on the streets of Los Angeles. The program we are proposing for this Grants Challenge is our Jobs Program, which helps the men and women we serve do just that – find good, living wage jobs. We propose that as recipients of this $100,000 grant we can expand our current program—and double the number of men and women securing employment (currently at 75) to 150 during 2016.

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