LA5 Service Projects

The Rotary Club of Los Angeles participates in at least six community service projects in the City of Los Angeles in partnership with other Rotary clubs within District 5280.  These meaningful projects allow Rotarians to show "Service Above Self" while allowing for fellowship, diversity, integrity, and reinforcing the Four-Way Test.

Activities include:

  • COVID-19 LA5 Face Shield Project
  • The Angel City Giveaway 
  • VOALA/Rotary House Tile Painting and Installation Projects
  • American Red Cross Card Sign for Deployed Military Personnel
  • Ketchum-Downtown YMCA
  • The Salvation Army Thanksgiving Dinner Celebration
  • Rotary District 5280 Wheelchair Distribution

Ongoing Service Projects

Salvation Army - Serve Meals at Bell Shelter

Help is always needed to serve meals to the men and women of the Bell Shelter. Volunteer to prep and serve breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Breakfast 6-7am. Lunch 11am-12:30pm

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Salvation Army - Skid Row Outreach

As the area called Skid Row continues to grow in downtown Los Angeles, The Salvation Army will continue to be there for the individuals who live there. By offering lunch every Tuesday and Thursday this is the first step in reaching out to assist in the individual needs of the homeless. Please join us in "Doing The Most Good" for those in need.

Volunteers arrive at 10:00am to help prepare the food at the LA Central Corps. From there food is packed in the canteen and everyone will go as a group to Skid Row. The outreach is over once all of the meals are gone, typically between 12:45-1pm.

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