The Science of Mind Spiritual Center Los Angeles Foundation has donated to:

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Happy Period
Helps to provide homeless youth with brand new shoes to help them feel confident, and special.

Gotta Have Sole
Works to spread awareness on menstrual health, focusing on low income and homeless women.

March for Our Lives
Youth working to end the gun violence epidemic in America.

Team Rubicon
Veterans helping Veterans helping communities.
Bringing water and sanitation to communities in need.

World Central Kitchen
Providing meals where and when it’s needed most.

Abundant Living Family Church
A multi-cultural and non-denominational church.

Burbank Police Officers’ Association
Assists in providing funding to local non-profit organizations and programs.

Center For Faithwalk Leadership
Leadership is a process of influence.

Los Angeles Fire Department
Department and community information, events, and resources.

Many Paths World Service
Oneness of Life through use of space and commitment to service.

The Salvation Army of Burbank
Helps 400 families with food and toy assistance.

Provides various programs that meet community local needs in education, the environment, public health and safety, and disaster preparedness and responses.

American Red Cross
Helps prepare communities for emergencies and keep people safe.

Gives disaster relief and humanitarian medical aid to people in crisis.

Doctors Without Borders
Provides urgent medical care in countries to war and disaster victims.

International Rescue Committee
Responds to the world’s worst humanitarian crises.

Mercy Corps
Disaster response and relief.

Habitat For Humanity
Builds affordable housing with people in need.

Provides basic needs and guidance toward self sustainability.

People Assisting The Homeless (ePATH)
Transitional housing and services for individuals and families.

Union Rescue Mission
Helping the homeless.

Feeding America
National domestic hunger-relief charity.

Heifer International
Promotes self reliance and sustainability to help end world hunger.

Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
Collects and distributes food to those in neec.

St. Vincent’s Meals on Wheels
Delivers meals to homebound and vulnerable residents.

WHY Foundation
Attacks root causes of hunger and poverty.

The Gift Of Inner Peace
Provides meditation services.

Charitable microfinance organization.

MEND (Meet Each Need with Dignity)
MEND’s mission is to break the bonds of poverty by providing basic human needs and a pathway to self-reliance.

The Borgen Project
A national campaign working to bring U.S. political attention to global poverty.

Fisher House Foundation
Provides free or low cost lodging to veterans and military families receiving medical treatment.

Prisoner Visitation and Support (PVS)
National volunteer visitation program to Federal and Military prisoners.

USO Headquarters
Supports morale of troops.