Act's of Compassion, INC.
2012-Rachel Mitchell experienced a Season with underprivileged kids during the holiday's, and her life changed forever.
2013- Rachel Mitchell a Respiratory Care Supervisor at Harbor UCLA Medical Center (along with Co-Workers from her job) started her first Toy give away in her home. She was able to provide toys and food for (67) children and their families.
2014- Act’s of Compassion, Inc. grows to feeding more than (2400) homeless
people in our first year.
2015- Act’s of Compassion, Inc. has grown to more than (50) volunteers. We were able to provide a very large Christmas Experience for (226) children, and their families. We provided horses for the children to ride, video game bus, face painters, a very funny clown and, lots of good food to eat.
2016- Act’s of Compassion, Inc. is established as a Non-profit.
2016- Act’s of Compassion, Inc. is granted their 501c (3)
2016– Act’s of Compassion,Inc is granted Tax-Exempt Status
Feeding the homeless weekly
Backpack and school supplies give away
Annual children's Christmas Party
A life long journey of working with the homeless, and at risk families was supposed to be a short-term commitment, I'm so fortunate to be able to impact the lives of others, all while partnering with some of the most passionate and driven people I know.
Donald Ray Thomas
Head of Operations
His internet background helps us reach people, one tweet at a time.
Rachel Mitchell, Certified Respiratory Therapist
Director, Pass it on Ministry
Food Outreach Program
More than 50 people volunteer for us each year and make the difference in the lives of hundreds. Find out how to become our partner. Your help is greatly needed.
mission & vision
No need is too small and no voice is too quiet to be heard. We will devote the time and energy necessary to advocate and feed.,to make sure families have a memorable holday season.
Our Chief of Development makes sure we're where people need us.
Let’s put an end to poverty and give families a memorable holiday season