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Join your King's Alumni Committee in Los Angeles, volunteering at Project Angel Food, preparing and delivering healthy meals to feed people impacted by serious illness, bringing comfort and hope every day.

Your International Alumni Leader in LA, Yasmine, will be volunteering with Project Angel Food on the morning of Wednesday 29 March 2023.

It would be great to see you there!

We are located at 922 Vine Street between Willoughby and Barton. There is free parking behind the building and parking on the street. If the gate is closed, you can buzz us from the call box on the right side of the gate and the gate will be opened. Parking in the lot is very limited. We encourage carpooling. After a brief orientation, everyone will be assigned to our head chef du jour and the real fun will begin.

  • Please arrive promptly at 8:15am for your orientation. We will begin your orientation when all the participants arrive.
  • Ask for someone in Volunteer Services when you arrive. Your kitchen shift will end around 12pm.
  • You will be required to provide proof that you are fully vaccinated including a booster. Please provide a photo of your card (paper or electronic).
  • Booster is required based on eligibility (6-8 months after last vaccination; 3 months after positive test result). A negative PCR test taken within 72 hours can replace proof of the booster.
  • Please wear closed-toe, rubber-soled, flat shoes when working in the kitchen. No sandals.
  • Wear comfortable clothes (No cut-offs/mid-riffs, cap sleeves or tank tops, please)--shorts are okay when working in the kitchen.
  • New Health Department Regulations prohibit all jewelry on hands, fingers and arms. Please leave all valuable jewelry at home. No earrings are permitted.
  • You will need to cover your heads so grab a hairnet that we will be providing. Hats can be worn over the hair net.
  • There will be NO parking in the lot before 8am. For afternoon parking in the lot, please look for the spots that do not have signs reserved for vans.
  • Please check your temperature as you enter the building. See the wall mounted thermometer near the sign in sheet. Indicate that you checked your temperature on the sign in sheet.
  • Please don’t forget to sign in and out for every shift.
  • Minimum age for volunteers is 14 years old. Anyone 14 or 15 must be accompanied by an adult at all times. 16 and 17 year olds must have a liability form signed by a parent or guardian.
  • Masks must be worn over the nose and mouth at all times. N-95, KN-95, surgical or surgical plus cloth mask options are required.
  • Based on current requirements, we do not have 6-ft distancing in all situations.
  • Please remember, only scheduled volunteers will be allowed in the building. No walk-ins and no bringing guests.
  • Stay at home for at least 24 hours after fever/symptoms of fever without fever-reducing medication.
  • Runny nose or cough, even if you think it is allergies – Cannot Volunteer
  • If you tested positive for COVID-19 or were exposed to someone who has COVID-19, you cannot volunteer until testing negative (3-8 days after exposure).

You will be required to complete a Volunteer Liability Form before completing your shift, which will be sent to you by King's Alumni Office upon registration.

Please contact us at if you have any questions.

Make a difference in March and support King's Global Day of Service

Each year in March, students, staff and alumni take part in a range of volunteering activities across the world as part of King’s Global Day of Service. It’s a great way for everyone to collectively give back and live out King’s ‘ethos’ of service, making a difference in local and national communities.

Service is in our DNA at King’s. Founded in March 1829 to serve society; giving back is an important part of what we do. In March 2023, King’s Global Day of Service will return to bring alumni, students and staff together to volunteer and make a difference in their local and national communities. It’s a great way for everyone to give back and live out King’s ‘ethos’ of service. Further details about all the events taking place for this year’s Global Day of Service will be appearing on our webpages soon, but if in the meantime you’d like to organise an activity of your own, please reach out to us at

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