This year the Coalition to Preserve Human Dignity (CPHD) reached new limits, in terms of spirit of volunteers and the respect earned from the Downtown Los Angeles Skid Row homeless community. Bright balloons lined the entrance way to line items of water, new clothes, hygiene kits, hot meals and more.
The CPHD is volunteers, organizations and institutions who collectively share resources to plan Humanitarian Day Projects (HDP). Since 2001, HDP has served over 60,000 people in over 21 states domestically and 4 African countries. Working to serve displaced American citizens of various backgrounds regardless of religion and/ or status, the CPHD mission is to "Convert One Day into a Life's Mission" by putting Faith into Action.
By clicking the title link you can watch a Humanitarian Day report by Los Angeles ABC News.