Pursuing the mission of providing service to others.

Through participating in weekly service, fellowship, and membership events, all members of Alpha Phi Omega strengthen their commitment to the three cardinal principles. While our organization completes an average of 6,500 service hours per semester, the true measure of success is not just a number. Members develop strong connections with the people and communities they serve. Below are a few of the many organizations we partner with on a weekly basis.

Hollywood Food Coalition

Every night between 6:15 and 7:30, HFC (a broad-based grass-roots organization of 25 years, gathers to serve a hot, fresh, and nutritious meal to the homeless and hungry. While doing so, we get to know them as individuals and help them think better of themselves and not be shy about asking for help.

"We have been serving those in need since 1987. The Hollywood Food Coalition provides a warm, nutritious meal along with access to basic daily needs, such as clothing, backpacks, sleeping bags, and hygiene items, as well as assistance with housing placement and referrals."

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The Compton Initiative

The Compton Initiative aims to bring restoration and hope to the community of Compton. The workday includes painting, cleaning and building great relationships with other volunteers.

"The Compton Initiative is a non-profit organization founded in 2006 with a 40-year commitment to restore the City of Compton by painting homes, schools and churches on quarterly workdays in partnership with individual volunteers and other organizations.Starting with a small group of volunteers eager to show love and inspire hope, we’ve grown to thousands of caring workers of all ages and backgrounds in yellow shirts who serve across the city."

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Los Angeles Regional Food Bank

The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank distributes 60 million pounds of food and product annually through a network of over 670 charitable agencies with more than 1,050 sites. The Food Bank is one of the largest organizations of its kind in the United States and it relies on the support of foundations, individual and corporate donors, agency support, government funding and volunteers. The Food Bank operates out of a 96,000 sq.ft. distribution center located in South Los Angeles.

"Since 1973, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank has worked to mobilize resources in the community to alleviate hunger... Volunteers help us by boxing, sorting and gleaning food that is later distributed through our network of more than 600 agency partners to our neighbors in need."

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