Our Mission Partners

Covenant partners with four organizations that address homelessness and hunger. We support each of these with dollars and volunteers. Please take a moment to read about them and join us!

Habitat for Humanity has begun building 10 homes on Globe Ave. in Culver City, CA. The Presbytery of the Pacific raised $250,000 of which Covenant donated $11,000. We are proud to be sponsors of this exciting build which will allow ten families to have affordable housing on the West side of Los Angeles. http://www.habitatla.org/culver-city-10-new-homes/

Mayor Garcetti’s office has called on faith communities to participate in the city and county’s coordinated effort to end homelessness. Covenant provides meeting space to the various service provider agencies and continues to explore ways to serve. We have a mentor team with Imagine LA (see below). Read more about the mayor’s “call to compassion” and LA County’s strategies below.
https://www.lamayor.org/DaysOfCompassion
http://priorities.lacounty.gov/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/HI-Report-Approved2.pdf

Once a homeless person receives housing, the goal is to see that they are successful in managing their household, so they don’t return to the streets. Imagine LA forms mentor teams, to walk alongside a family for 18 mos. to 2 years. Each family member has a one-on-one mentor and a budget mentor. Covenant has a mentor team with Imagine LA. Please visit their web site. http://www.imaginela.org

Food Pantry, LAX is an emergency food resource for low income clients in Inglewood, Westchester, El Segundo, Hawthorne and portions of Los Angeles. Their policy is to provide food for 2 days or six meals to our clients. Clients may come to the Pantry once per week. Their operating hours are 10am-Noon on Tuesdays and Fridays. Clients are required to have some identification or information showing they are in our serving area, but there are no income qualifications. Covenant supports Food Pantry LAX with dollars and volunteers. Learn more here: http://foodpantrylax.org