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Venice Family Clinic’s mission is to provide quality primary health care to people in need. F...

Toy Sorting for Children’s Holiday Movie!

November 14th, 2016

Location: 622 Rose Avenue Los Angeles California 90291
Duration: Multiple Days
First Day : Nov 14, 2016
Last Day: Nov 18, 2016

Venice Family Clinic’s mission is to provide quality primary health care to people in need.

Founded in 1970 by two UCLA physicians, Venice Family Clinic (VFC) is proud to serve over 20,000 low-income and homeless men, women, children, and seniors each year.

Each year, the Venice Family Clinic hosts a holiday event for over 1,000 children and family members, providing them with a free movie, bags of toys, and a day-filled with family-friendly fun. In the past, this event has helped raise over $100,000 to directly fund our pediatric program and the 10,000 infants, children and teens it serves each year.

We need your help in the weeks leading up to the event to ensure that we meet our fundraising and toy collection goals! Please review information below and contact us at if you are available!


Toy Sorting Volunteer (HIGH NEED) – Volunteers are needed in the week leading up to the holiday movie event to help organize and package the toys that will be distributed to the children and families. Some medium to heavy lifting is required.

Dates Needed: Mon-Fri, Nov. 14th – 18th

Shift Times: 10am – 1pm and/or 2pm – 5pm 

Group Size: 10 volunteers per shift

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Time Details

Shift Times: 10am - 1pm and/or 2pm - 5pm

Tags: youth, health

Contact Person: Cassie Roque

Contact Email:

Contact Phone Number: (310) 664-7561

Organization: Venice Family Clinic




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