Homelessness has become an epidemic even in a country as wealthy and successful as the United States of America. We have the ability to reinvigorate our local communities and create a cleaner, safer, more closely knit Santa Monica and greater Westside L.A. by helping feed the poor and under-privileged. Kapa Foundation is about inspiring change through nothing more than action
At the Kapa Foundation we don’t get involved in how or why it happened, we focus on how we can resolve and try to prevent it from further occurring. Our staff is 100% volunteer based, our Funding is 100% internally based. We’ve done all we can to grow to this point, and we’re now seeking more helping hands to continue aiding those who are having trouble aiding themselves.
We focus on getting youth involved in our volunteer work. Helping those in need, while teaching our youth to help create a better future. In a society where youth are constantly engaged by entertainment, individualism, and self-promotion, we strive to provide the invaluable experiences of giving back and engaging with one’s community.
Since June 2013, Kapa Foundation has served more than 12,000 meals in the city of Santa Monica. Our effort continues by serving more than 250 hot and cold meals every single week and growing.
We Serve local communities through our Volunteers & Donors: Please help us move forward and grow our cause by donating now
Feeding the needy weekly meals at Santa Monica Turning Point Transitional Housing and Shelter, please donate to our cause and help us feed more of the under privileged in Santa Monica, Los Angeles, Ca. Turning Point lost their main chef and needed a fill in … read more below …
Feeding the Hungry and needy.
In June of 2013, Kapa Foundation wanted to get involved in our local west LA community service efforts, so we approached the OPCC. OPCC has been around a while and seen their share of volunteer groups, so they were hesitant at first about our commitment. Within our first year, while still learning on the job, we served over 5k cold meals in the form of sandwiches.
We wanted to further improve on the situation with nutrition minded meals, which involved better ingredients and a shift in cuisine style. The collective effort of both our consistency and good product promoted us as an integral partner group for the OPCC. At this point we had discussions to have Kapa Foundation brought on board in a more permanent manner as a result of the positive change that we had on the effort.