Mar
8
DTLA - Hygiene Service at LA City Hall ~ Fridays
With Lava Mae
Event Details
8 - 29 March 2019
200 N. Main Street
Los Angeles, CA, United States
About the Event
Join Lava Mae in taking Radical Hospitality to the streets, as we deliver mobile showers to help our unhoused neighbors rekindle dignity, restore hope and unlock the opportunity that comes with being clean.

When you volunteer with our mobile hygiene service, you’ll play a vital role in helping our shower guests feel welcome, seen and valued. Working alongside our team, you’ll greet guests, chat with them while they await their shower appointment, provide fresh towels, clean socks and personal hygiene items, and clean shower stalls after each use.

We look forward to welcoming you!

What to Expect:

This is an individual volunteer opportunity with a maximum of 2 volunteers per shift. We ask volunteers to please stay for a minimum of two hours. When you arrive, Lava Mae’s Mobile Service Coordinators will provide a short orientation. Volunteering at our mobile hygiene service is a unique opportunity to get to know our grateful guests. We encourage you to be curious, ask questions, and treat every guest with an unexpected level of care we call Radical Hospitality.

About City Hall:

LA City Hall is a beacon of civic prominence, where the City’s most important decisions are made. Surrounding it, however, are many encampments.

The Mayor’s Office brought Lava Mae here to offer hygiene services in conjunction with the opening of their Homeless Help Desk which acts as a referral center for people living on the street.

Quarterly Homeless Connect Days have been organized adjacent to us.

Aside from showers, Lava Mae brings Peace Love Knowledge, an organization that brings board games, resume writing, and job search programs along with Haircuts For Heroes that provides free grooming services.
Share:
About Lava Mae
Lava Mae brings critical services to the streets – delivered with an unexpected level of care we call Radical Hospitality™ – where people experiencing homelessness need them most.
Visit page