Hope-Net Community OutreachIn 1988, . . .
a collaboration of Los Angeles area congregations founded Hope-Net to address hunger and homeless needs.  First opening in the Wilshire Center area of Los Angeles, and now expanding its outreach to Koreatown, Hollywood, Los Feliz, and Silverlake, Hope-Net completes that work as an independent 501(c)3 charitable agency.

Living among the great wealth of Los Angeles, , many fail to see the mammoth and increasing needs of many in our midst.  For the economically poor in our area, Hope-Net food pantries and meal programs are a primary source of emergency food. Since our inception, we have served over 2 million persons and last year alone we served over 250,000 persons. …More Info

Hope-Net, created in 1988 by First Baptist and other Mid-Wilshire con-gregations, is an interfaith community organization committed to eliminating hunger and homelessness by providing food, shelter and self-help assistance to families and individuals. Last year, Hope-Net provided food for over 300,000 persons locally.


Hope-Net’s Annual Fundraiser, A Taste of Larchmont, will be held on Monday, August 29 from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Larchmont Blvd. featuring over 20 great restaurants. Theme: “Kick Off on Larchmont” celebrating the return of professional football to Los Angeles. Tickets are $40 per person. Raffle tickets are also available for $5 each or 5 for $20 featuring great prizes and gift baskets.

Go to Hope-Net’s website at http://hopenetla.org/tol/ for more details or to purchase your event tickets and raffle tickets.

For more than 20 years, the Taste of Larchmont has featured delicious food tasting from exceptional Larchmont Village-area restaurants, featuring live music and a raffle of great prizes. The event is highly anticipated by the community and is very family-friendly. The Taste of Larchmont is Hope-Net’s primary fund-raising event each year.