By T. A. Hendrickson
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors recently donated a passenger van to SELAH, a grassroots anti-homelessness organization that recently began providing instructional and organizational support to activists in Eagle Rock.
The van is one of two surplus vehicles recently identified by the County. Supervisor Hilda Solis, who represents Eagle Rock and other Northeast L.A. communities, made the motion to donate one of the vans to SELAH and one to the Volunteers of America Los Angeles (VOALA).
“The worthy missions of both SELAH and VOALA require the transportation of individuals to facilitate the delivery of essential services to individuals and family experiencing homelessness,” said Solis in her motion.
For more information on SELAH, including ways to get involved, visit: selahnhc.org. For more information on VOALA, visit: voala.org.
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