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Khalsa Care Foundation

9989 Laurel Canyon Blvd, Pacoima, Ca 91331
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Our missionKeeping with the Sikh tradition, Khalsa Care Foundation is dedicated to helping all people. The concept of seva (selfless service or volunteering or donating without asking for anything in return) can be easily seen at Khalsa Care Foundation.

Khalsa Care Foundation

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Preparing 3,000 Free Meals DAILY for Department Of Disability + L.A Mayor's Office

Starting June 1st, we will be making 3,000 meals daily for the Department of Disability & L.A Mayor’s Office. Each meal will include a water bottle & small snack/dessert. These meals will be delivered to households across all of Los Angeles daily by Access Transportation to those who are most vulnerable & have some disability where they cannot leave… See full description
  • 16-18, Adults (18+)
  • One-time, Ongoing, Recurring
  • Weekdays
  • Individuals, Groups (2-10), Groups (10+), Families, Corporate Teams
  • In-person, Food Packing
About usKhalsa Care Foundation (KCF) is a Gurdwara and is located in Pacoima, California, which is a historically low-income area.To elaborate more, KCF is very aware of the community that surrounds us and knew that many families were struggling to simultaneously maintain a roof over their head and food on the table. We believe that no one should worry about whether they will be able to feed their children and family. To help combat this issue, KCF Food Pantry was established in October 2013. The pantry is open every Friday from 5:30pm-6:30pm and hands out food bags weekly to any family in need in the San Fernando Valley. These bags contain enough food for the week and include perishable and non-perishable items, such as cans, bread, cereal, pasta, fruits, and vegetables. The list goes on and we pride ourselves in having the resources to be able to continue this important seva.As the need for help increases, we try to work within our community and outreach to be able to match the growing need. With the increase in unemployment and health concerns caused by COVID19, we want to remain an institution that our community (Sikhs and non-Sikhs alike) can rely on. We have continued our work with Food Pantry and are serving more than 450 families with groceries & currently making 60,000 hot meals monthly. This helps those who are low income, elderly, or have underlying health concerns that prevent them from leaving their house.