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The City's Largest Online Donating Event

Early Giving Started September 14th
Day of: September 21st



Early giving for Long Beach Gives is now open for donations. Why Give to COA?


For over 40 years we have served the local Long Beach Community by offering food, diapers, legal aid, clothing, and more to anyone in need. We are the only agency in Long Beach that provides hot meals every day of the week. Our programs include a food bank distribution featuring fresh produce and non-perishable items, a weekly diaper giveaway, pet food, hygiene kits, clothing, household furniture and goods, public bathrooms, holiday community events, senior programs, a legal clinic, our Men's Program, and other essentials.

Anyone who reaches our doors in need of one of our services is always welcomed, no one is turned away.


Meet Barbara Jean

Barbara Jean has been coming to Christian Outreach in Action for a little while and wanted to share her story of how we helped her through difficult times. She was once living on the streets, and she turned to COA for basic essentials as she journeyed through rough waters. Thanks to donations from friends like you, we were able to give her hope during a time of darkness. She now has her own apartment and is no longer homeless.


Our ability to provide the needed food and commodities depends entirely on donations from friends like you.

We can't do it without your help.

Please donate during Long Beach Gives and help us reach our $18,000 goal to continue serving our community.

  • $25 Provides 4 bags of groceries to a family of four

  • $50 Provides 2 packs of diapers to a struggling mother for her infant

  • $100 Clothes a homeless or low-income individual

  • $250 Furnishes a home for someone with new housing after suffering from homelessness

  • $500 Provides 167 prepared meals for the needy

  • $1,000 or more Provides meals for 30 homeless people living in hotels who are frail or have medical issues

Please be generous. Your donation will go a long way in helping our neighbors in need on their road to sustainable independence.

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