Volunteers Sought for the Pacific Palisades Homeless Count 

LAPD Captain Jonathan Tom spoke to those who volunteered to count the Homeless at the annual count in 2019. PPTFH volunteer Kim Cleary helps organize the event.

Kim Clary, the site coordinator for the Homeless Count, has announced that the count in Pacific Palisades will take place on January 25, around 5 to 5:30 a.m., the exact time will be announced closer to the count. Volunteers will meet in Corpus Christi Church gymnasium prior to the count.

Although the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) is the sponsor of the count, Pacific Palisades Task Force on Homelessness (PPTFH) will manage the count here.

LAHSA is sending out notices to all previous volunteers on an ongoing basis.  Since PPTFH is doing its own recruitment, the Palisades deployment site (Corpus Christi) is not listed on the LAHSA web site.

If you are interested in volunteering here, contact Kim Clary at kimjdave@msn.com to sign up.

“If possible, we would like volunteers to pre-form their own counting teams from their pods. Volunteers serving on an individual basis will be paired with others and will be required to drive to count locations separately from the deployment site where they will walk the area,” Clary said. “If you have not volunteered for the count before, we hope you will consider doing so.”

PPTFH hopes residents will consider joining the local nonprofit for its once-a-year important event.

This entry was posted in Homelessness. Bookmark the permalink.

One Response to Volunteers Sought for the Pacific Palisades Homeless Count 

  1. Vicky Miller says:

    Thanks, Kim for organizing! I’ll be there!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *