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Community Service Presentation~Service in LaLaLand

Derrick Keller Mr. Andrews AP World (P-4) Presentation Date: 28 May 2013

Derrick Keller

on 28 May 2013

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Transcript of Community Service Presentation~Service in LaLaLand

How it Helps the Community What I Did Background Information What I Learned appreciation of what I already have
overcoming fear isn't as hard as it looks
you don't have to do big things to make a difference
dream, but keep a conscious mind In Conclusion I really gained a lot of new experience from being exposed to the reality of homelessness, especially in such a romanticized town like Hollywood. Although I can't recommend this trip, since this was once in a lifetime opportunity, I do recommend that everyone has an experience like this to be exposed to homelessness and to talk to victims of it. For More Information DOOR Hollywood July 29, 2012 - August 4, 2012 Service in LaLaLand Project Angel Food Prepared meals (worked on an assembly line)
Bagged fruit cups for people who don't have teeth
Beaded bracelets for them to sell to make profits so that they could keep going strong Ascencia Went into neighboring community and asked for any surplus goods of any kind from stores Project Angel Food more people can receive their meals daily
the head chef in the kitchen has more help to execute mass production Ascencia helps get awareness out about Ascencia so that more prominent franchise stores can notice them
the families that live there reap the rewards that we gather http://www.doornetwork.org/index.cfm?load=page&page=177 Project Angel Food http://www.angelfood.org/site/pp.aspx?c=etIQK6OYG&b=34728 Ascencia http://www.achieveglendale.org/blog/ Statistics: 254,000 people are homeless at any given point in the year in Los Angeles County
4,800-10,000 of the above number are made up of unaccompanied minors who run away from home to chase their dreams of becoming famous (especially true in the Hollywood area) THE END By : ME! [Derrick Keller]
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