Alexandria House

Partners and Supporters

Alexandria House is supported by many individuals and organizations who share a commitment to our mission. We’re proud to call each of the individuals and organizations below members of the Alexandria House Community. Thank you to our partners and supporters! 
The Immaculate Heart Community is made up of dedicated men and women with a mission to create community, to work as advocates for the marginalized, for social and economic justice and peace, and for the integrity of creation. 

Mount Saint Mary’s University offers a dynamic learning experience in the liberal arts and sciences to a diverse student body. As a Catholic university primarily for women, we are dedicated to providing a superior education enhanced by an emphasis on building leadership skills and fostering a spirit to serve others. Our measure of success is graduates who are committed to using their knowledge and skills to better themselves, their environments, and the world.

Rest Cottage Association

About 100 years ago, the term “Rest Cottage” referred to a modest house where the ladies of the Ebell provided solace for women who needed to convalesce before returning to their homes...

As Rest Cottage Chair Shan Sutherland relates, “In the 1970s when Medicare came in, it provided a new insurance benefit to help women. The Ebell sold its last building in 1980 and the proceeds became the seed money for what is now the RCA [Rest Cottage Assn.] endowment.” Once as high as $4 million, the endowment is now about $3 million and this year donated $134,000 to eight organizations serving women in need.
PRESENT NOW is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to supporting babies, children and teens entering and living in transitional and crisis domestic violence shelters. 

Founded nearly 70 years ago on the belief that every individual has unique gifts and infinite potential, Pacific Oaks College has become known for providing a transformative education specifically tailored to adults and non-traditional students.

As the oldest continuously run educational institution in Southern California, Loyola High School remains committed to providing a rigorous college-preparatory education to a diverse group of young men who leave the school prepared for lives of leadership and service to their community.

POKE Acupuncture is a medical clinic located in Hollywood, California, specializing in acupuncture, herbology, and Traditional Chinese Medicine. We are dedicated to helping our community feel better by translating this powerful ancient medicine to be modern and relatable, and thrilled to our offer services here at Alexandria House.

The mission of BE LOVE is to inspire and empower communities through education, art, and fashion. The BE LOVE Apparel Brand is partnered with Alexandria House and is raising $25,000 to help support the child-care and teen after-school programs. BE LOVE donates $5 from every item purchased on their website to Alexandria House.
Having recently moved to a location closer to us, Alexandria House is happy to have OASIS Church be a part of the Alexandria House Community. OASIS makes key events at Alexandria House possible like our Easter celebration and our achievement in education banquet.

NCJW/LA is a grassroots organization of volunteers and advocates who turn progressive ideals into action. NCJW/LA  has been providing social services to the community for over a century and has partnered with Alexandria House for over a decade. From clothing giveaways to counseling, to supporting our after-school and teen programs and so much more, NCJW/LA provides support to those in need.

L.A. Works is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, volunteer action center that creates and implements hands-on community service projects throughout the greater Los Angeles area. They have helped Alexandria House for a number of years and continue to do so every 3rd Sunday of the month.

"Sunshine Saturday Homeless Ministry" “Sunshine Saturday is a charitable organization affiliated with St. Brendan's Church in Los Angeles. Every Saturday we donate food and serve women and children in need  at Alexandria House.  Our dedicated members help create a loving and nutritious meal for those we serve.”


Jeffrey Saad is a rising star ready to ignite the globe with his inspirational cuisine. Host of the hit Cooking Channel series United Tastes of America, Jeffrey is a skilled chef who competed for his favorite charity (Alexandria House!) on The Next Food Network's Star's 5th season. He was the 1st runner-up but the winner in our hearts.
L.A. Food Works offers hands-on cooking classes and team-building events. Their events are fun and exciting, and their Cooking for a Cause program benefits Alexandria House by providing fresh ingredients and recipes which will allow us to create a delicious and wonderful meal.
Cir­cle K Inter­na­tional (CKI) is a col­le­giate and uni­ver­sity com­mu­nity ser­vice, lead­er­ship devel­op­ment and friend­ship orga­ni­za­tion. For the past 3 years, UCLA has hosted Circle K's PillowFight which benefits Alexandria House and are regular volunteers at the house!

I.M.H.O.M.E. (Improving and Maintaining Homeless Opportunities through Mentorship and Education) provides academic tutoring and mentoring services for youth grades K-12 and their mothers at Alexandria House. I.M.H.O.M.E. often organizes dinners, field trips, and informational skill-building workshops for our residents and neighborhood programs.

DOOR host groups and individual volunteers for weekends, weeks, semesters and years in our network of 6 cities of programs dedicated to urban ministry, local leadership and seeking God's presence & love in the city. Alexandria House is one of the lucky places that DOOR serves.
Baby2Baby provides low-income children ages 0-12 years with diapers, clothing and all the basic necessities that every child deserves.

By distributing to non-profit partner organizations including homeless and domestic violence shelters, Head Start programs, and children’s hospitals, Baby2Baby will serve more than 125,000 children this year.
Baby2Baby provides low-income children ages 0-12 years with diapers, clothing and all the basic necessities that every child deserves.

By distributing to non-profit partner organizations including homeless and domestic violence shelters, Head Start programs, and children’s hospitals, Baby2Baby will serve more than 125,000 children this year.
Baby2Baby provides low-income children ages 0-12 years with diapers, clothing, and all the basic necessities that every child deserves.

NGA has helped many needy neighbors.  We have also helped those in need during the Spanish-American War, the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, World War I and II, Hurricane Andrew, Hurricane Floyd, and Hurricane Katrina.

Today our organization is affiliated with over 170 non-profit charities across the United States and distributes over 240,000 items each year!  NGA has 33 Branches in ten different states, as well as National Headquarters located in Warminster, Pennsylvania. In July of 2011, our official name was changed to NGA ~ Needlework Guild of America.
NGA provides clothing for low-income children, supporting many including homeless shelters. 
  • Pathways To Volunteering (PTV) is a non-profit organization that promotes awareness about volunteering and provides opportunities to get involved from local communities to developing countries. 
HopSkipDrive was founded by three experienced professionals who are also working moms. Together, we have eight children ages 5-13.  We understand the stress of getting kids everywhere they need to go. We created HopSkipDrive to fill this very real need and to help take a little bit of the hassle and hectic out of being a parent. 
The Maple Counseling Center's (TMCC) mission is to provide low cost comprehensive mental health services to individuals, couples, families, and groups throughout Los Angeles County, and to provide training for interns and counselors who are working towards licensure in the mental health field.
National Women in Roofing

A volunteer based organization with the goal to provide networking, recruiting, mentoring and education for women and men new and established, to find ongoing success working together in the roofing industry.

The entire program and organization of United Methodist Women focuses on mission. Our mission initiatives include:

  • Providing opportunities to grow spiritually
  • Equipping women & girls to be leaders
  • Providing transformative educational experiences
  • Organizing for growth & flexibility
  • Working for justice through service and advocacy 

From its beginning, United Methodist Women has focused on ministries with women, children, and youth.