Rummage In The Parking Lot
We are starting the year with a bang. Join us for Rummage In The Parking Lot, our first fundraiser of the year. Clothing and small housewares will be priced to sell; nothing will be over $5. We are also accepting donations of clothing and small housewares for this and future Rummage in the Parking Lot fundraisers, Donations can be dropped drop off on Saturday morning, anytime before 12 at the address below. See you this Saturday, January 30th, 8am – 2pm, 1548 N Western Ave, Los Angeles, 90027.
To thank you for your support, we will give away a special gift to someone on our mailing list. Once a month we’ll hold a random drawing. Maybe you will be this month’s lucky winner to receive one of our Everyone Bleeds Red t-shirts …. Stay tuned for details, winners will be announced right here.
End of 2015 Re-Cap
Christmas Gift Art Sale ….
A heart felt thanks to everyone who made our Christmas Gift Art Sale a success. Held at Wilde Wine Bar & Restaurant (thank you Lorna and Nader), original art by homeless youth and works donated by international and local artists became a meaningful holiday gift in many homes.
The sale gained international attention for promoting the art and raising funds for homeless youth.
We were touched by the effort our supporters made to attend the event. A special shout out to Xochitl and Brian who drove in all the way from Murietta with their three children to support our artists. Thank you for buying two pieces!
Also, a big shout out to our visitor Erik Larkin from The Last Bookstore for his tireless work at the Covenant House and for supporting the kids.
…. And Our First Annual Christmas Dinner
Two days after the art sale, A Million Drops had our first annual Christmas dinner. What a joy it was to the board members to break bread and share gifts with some of the homeless and at-risk youth that we have had the opportunity to help this past year.
Rob Greenfield has won our undying admiration for his tireless effort to make the world a better place. Rob Greenfield is an environmental activist who has dedicated his life to bring attention to water and food waste. Check out his book and latest efforts at robgreenfield.tv/.
If you would like to make a monetary contribution, please go here. Or you can visit our wish list of needed items like socks, blankets or sleeping bags. Both links are handled by our non-profit, A Million Drops, an L.A. based 501(c)3. Thank you for your support, we couldn’t do it without your help!
For more stories and pictures from the global events on UTW Day 2015, please visit our home page!
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