Love INC SB Programs
This program has access to over 100 job boards where a candidate’s job information is submitted and resulting employment leads are provided. We then help our candidates create resumés, prepare for interviews, apply for jobs and followup. Between 3 to 12 people find jobs each month.
Utility & Rental Assistance
We provide one-time financial help with rent and utility bills to ensure our neighbors in need don' t have their heat and power shut off and can stay in their homes.
Partnering with The Pregnancy Center, we offer 8 week classes, year round. Families attend these classes to learn how to be better parents. They are also provided diapers, baby supplies and hygiene products when they attend.
Back-to School Backpack Drive
We help alleviate financial pressure on low-income families by equipping their children with backpacks filled with school supplies every new school year.
Since 2018 our Back-to-School program has provided fully supplied backpacks to 3700 students!
Adopt-A Family and Toy Drive
Our holiday program is designed to assist families who are in crisis as a result of unemployment, medical issues, homelessness, or other difficult circumstances, who otherwise wouldn’t have the resources to celebrate the holidays. Since 2015, 6500 children have received toys from our Toy Drive and 800 struggling families have been adopted.
Dress for Success
We furnish professional apparel for men and women entering or returning to the workplace. This program goes hand and hand with our jobs program. This is much more than simply a new outfit. Besides physically equipping people with apparel and accessories, our programs furnish them with the confidence and knowledge that they can actively define the direction to go in and what success means to them.
Feed My People
Food banks, run by partnering churches and community agencies, provide supplementary food weekly to people in crisis in the South Bay.
We provide diapers, infant supplies and furniture, infant and children's clothing to families in need.
We provide "Care Bags" filled with hygiene items to homeless neighbors and children who are going in and out of the foster system.