Club of Woodland Hills
Resources and
Ways to Help
Our Club is actively working within the community to assist non-profits, organizations and people especially at this time. 
The Khalsa Care Foundation in Pacoima – They have had a weekly food pantry for many years, serving hot meals to 5,000 people through this drive-thru every Friday from 2pm onwards (until they run out of food). During this COVID-19 pandemic, they have been working hard all week to provide hot meals and food to families, elderly individuals, individuals with disabilities, homeless shelters and hospitals! In the past 3 weeks they have provided over 11,000 hot meals and, in addition through the Food Pantry, over 65,000 lbs. of food. The Khalsa Care Foundation has now partnered with Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez’s office to set up a Hot Meal Drive-Thru and Pickup Service.
  • If you would like to support the efforts, your donation would be greatly appreciated. Please click one of the links below to donate: 
ShelterBox – Right now, around 85 million people around the world have been displaced by natural disaster and conflict. By providing emergency shelter and tools for displaced families, ShelterBox is transforming despair into hope. Shelter is critical to reducing the spread of COVID-19. The vital aid items ShelterBox is providing will help keep people as healthy as possible. ShelterBox is striving for a world where no family is left without shelter.
Covid Assist–  A nation-wide organization that matches neighbors who can’t leave their homes with volunteers who can help with basic non-medical tasks, like running errands, to keep everyone safe and healthy. 
San Fernando Rescue Missions – They’re doing grocery deliveries to vulnerable members of the community. There are young children with their families ordered to shelter-in-place at the shelters who could use supplies. If you are able, and wish to help, there is a wish list below that links Amazon. You can choose to purchase supplies and deliver them, all from the comfort of your home. You can also donate financially and needed pantry items to the San Fernando Rescue Mission by clicking the links below.
West Valley Food Pantry – An interfaith community supported approach to alleviating hunger. More volunteers are always needed and welcome at various positions within the organization. 
ONEgeneration – Committed to providing programs and services to seniors and their caregivers that help keep them safe and protected. ONEgeneration provide services that enable seniors to age with family, in community or independently.. Below are resources and ways to help during this time of the COVID-19 pandemic:
  • Call 818-706-2345 for information about homebound delivered meals and grocery shopping assistance for seniors.
  • Drive Through Food Bank every Tuesday from 11A to 1P. Open to all ages.
  • Transportation services for seniors 65+. Please call 818-76-6614 for info.
  • Make a donation to support ONEgeneration’s homebound meal delivery for seniors and other programs, click:
  • Interested in volunteering, click:
Rotary International along with Red Cross –  Sign up through Rotary International to get training on becoming a volunteer. It’s a great way for us during this time to give back, and you can help from home. To sign up, go to:
Optimist/Pacific Lodge – Even though it says Optimist, it’s our own Pacific Lodge home where we now support the young women who need to have a safe place to live. Please help if you can…it’s vitally important during this critical time, and the need is great. Here are the ways you can help:
Computers and Laptops Needed for LAUSD Children – The Rotary Club of Woodland Hills is actively working within the community to assist the non- profits, organizations and people especially during this time. There are many children who need to continue their education online, but cannot afford the necessary computers and laptops. If you have a computer or laptop to donate, we have professional tech members who can safely erase everything so the child who receives your generous donation has in essence a new device. 
  • To arrange a safe, socially distant pick up of your donated device(s), or for more details and questions, please contact Pami Kaur at 818-919-4859 or
Free YMCA Showers – The West Valley Family YMCA is offering free showers 9am - 2pm, Monday through Friday.
  • A mask is required, and temperatures will be taken during check-in. Bringing your own towel is encouraged since the Y has a limited number of free towels.
  • For details/questions, contact Brent Finlay, Executive Director, at 818-668-2600 or email directly at
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